All in Internet of Things (IOT)
In what's believed will be a world first in agriculture, researchers from Australia's national science agency, CSIRO, will use popular gaming platforms, sensor technologies and next-generation data interaction techniques to help prawn farmers make decisions in a bid to boost productivity.
‘The race to 5G is a race America must win’, US President Donald Trump said on 12 April. Just over a month later, on 15 May, he issued an executive order banning Huawei equipment in US networks. That decision has since been rippling well beyond Sino-US relations and will have an impact on the digital future of many other countries.
Anatomy students at La Trobe University are ditching heavy text books and using digital technologies to learn about the human body, and early indications suggest the results are paying off.
SpaceX plans to put more than 1000 small satellites in orbit in 2020 for its Starlink network, and Australia has an eye on the market. create caught up with space engineer Julia Mitchell about the potential for Australian-made hardware to claim a market share.
Just a month after a report surfaced alarming security risks associated with the Wi-Fi offered at WeWork locations, an investigation from CNET has illustrated just how serious those security holes can be.
AMES, Iowa — What lessons have we learned from digital technology? What does the future hold?
These questions will be discussed during a lecture Sept. 26 at Iowa State University.
The 2019 Gartner Hype Cycle for Blockchain Business shows that the business impact of blockchain will be transformational across most industries within five to 10 years.
While most of our beloved smart products have been designed to streamline our responsibilities and make life easier, they’re still vulnerable to the odd security breach from time to time. From old passwords to unsecured Wi-Fi connections,
New research from security firm Trend Micro suggests that some devices found in the average home are more of a risk than others when it comes to cyber attacks, there are still plenty of ways for attackers to create havoc.
Huawei launched its Global Industry Vision (GIV) report today, continuing its predictions for technology and industry development up to 2025.
The great technological acceleration of recent times has transformed nearly every aspect of our lives – how we communicate, how we work, how we do business and how we get our news. But technology itself is not inherently good or bad – it can be put to good or bad uses by good or bad people.
The fifth generation of cellular network technology promises much higher performance in terms of data throughput, speed, and lower latency. This will unlock a regime of new digital technologies that have been developing on the sidelines for some time.
Nation states are covertly working against each other on the very same digital platforms they use to collaborate in areas such as trade and manufacturing.
Sounds impressive but what does 5G really mean? Speed is what it is all about, from downloading audio and video, but there are further advantages for your phone. Rod Quinn with technology analyst from Access Informatics, Peter Marks discuss realistically what we all need to know.
Australia’s retail sector has encountered challenges in recent years, courtesy of low wage growth, lacklustre consumer spending, digital disruption and online shopping.
Gartner has released results from its latest survey related to government IT, revealing the meteoric changes that are underway.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia will “trial and explore” 5G edge computing technologies over the coming months, in collaboration with Telstra and Ericsson.
You log into your phone to quickly check something online.
But that ‘quickly’ soon turns into a minute…five minutes…10.
The page isn’t loading.
Want to know how noisy it is in Helsinki, the air quality in Santander (Spain), or how many people are walking down Portland Street in Manchester?
Researchers have found a vulnerability with the 5G network months before the high-speed protocol is set to roll out.