The Konica Minolta 3D Systems ProJet MultiJet Printer 2500 is an in-office 3D printer that improves and accelerates workflow.
Power chargers based on the new USB Type-C cable standard will be certified for interoperability under a new USB Implementers Forum program.
The DCS-960L wide-eye panoramic camera from D-Link features a true 180° field of view and is suitable for large rooms and areas with multiple entry points.
Juniper Research expects there to be significant growth in the total value of transactions made over contactless POS equipment over the next few years.
To close the innovation gap, there's a need to blend old and new in a hybrid model with clearly-defined workflows and open interfaces.
The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) has secured a $7m government grant, matched by funding from partners, to upgrade its supercomputer capacity by 150 million compute hours per year.
The Australian Smart Communities Association will work with major companies including Telstra, Intel and Cisco to assist local councils in planning and executing smart city projects.
Medibank will be unable to issue tax statements to a "majority of customers" due to an unspecified technical problem encountered during a technology upgrade.
You must choose the right technology to suit your business needs to truly get value out of the end-of-financial-year sales and tax incentives.
New technologies and digital disruption will vastly improve customer experience for Australian energy and water suppliers.
A 29-hectare technology park may soon be coming to Toowoomba, Queensland — one of the largest outside the capital cities.
Randstad Australia is rolling out LG Chromebase devices throughout Australia and New Zealand, leading the global company's worldwide IT initiative.
nbn has announced it has started piloting hybrid fibre-coaxial technology with 300 premises in Queensland.
In a new report, 90% of respondents predict the mainframe's long-term viability, citing security, availability, data and transactional throughput as key drivers in powering the digital economy.
Australian financial services provider Link Group has signed an $80 million deal to expand its managed IT infrastructure services arrangement with Fujitsu to cover the entire business.