Two university research projects are exploring promising ways to overcome the limitations of conventional silicon chips with electronic circuits.
Crowdsourcing's key strength - its openness of entry - also leaves it vulnerable to malicious behaviour including internal sabotage, research from NICTA and a UK university shows.
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US government body NIST has kicked off a year-long challenge aimed at helping global communities develop smart city technologies and processes.
Digital creative agency Loud&Clear has made a formal partnership with the Swinburne University of Technology R&D department, following the launch of the university's new software innovation lab.
The newly launched NICTA Swinburne Software Innovation Lab will focus on developing software with the potential to benefit a diverse range of industries.
ITU conference sees new push for consumer empowerment to put social development and human needs at forefront of ICT policy.
Thirteen Victorian companies have been awarded grants worth a combined $550k under the state government's Technology Voucher Program.
Organisations are facing a tough time in meeting the needs of their ever-demanding customers,evolving technologies and processes whilst faced with reducing budgets and pricing pressure. This report looks at the demands and opportunities for the service industry operating in a fiercely competitive landscape.
Electronic contract manufacturer SRXGlobal has opened a prototyping facility in Dandenong, Victoria, to accompany its manufacturing facilities in the Melbourne suburb.
Huawei and Griffith University have signed an agreement to collaborate on R&D projects and to allow the university's students to participate in Huawei's work experience programs.
You can't just throw a bunch of smart people into a room full of sticky notes, whiteboards and Nerf guns and expect that three hours later, your next big product will emerge. MYOB CTO Simon Raik-Allen explains how to get the most out of the development process.
Under a state government program, Victorian companies can apply for vouchers worth up to $250K to support projects aimed at implementing cutting-edge technologies.
Fujitsu has announced that it has been selected to supply one of the largest and fastest supercomputers in the world to the Australian National University (ANU), to be installed within the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), provider of high-end capability computational services to the Australian research community.
Face recognition technology that improves the speed and accuracy of identifying faces in CCTV footage has won NICTA an international ICT award.