ACMA has commenced a probe into whether any Australian broadcasters breached current content rules by broadcasting footage of Friday's Christchurch attack.
The ACCC has secured $250,000 in penalties against ISP Activ8me over false and misleading advertising of its retail OptiComm FTTP services.
Stone & Chalk has announced it is partnering with Irish trade and innovation agency Enterprise Ireland.
A government initiative aimed at reducing scam phone calls has been welcomed by the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.
Kogan takes the fight to Amazon with a new online marketplace on Kogan.com that lists more than 100,000 products from a range of major retailers.
The ACMA, ACCC and Australian Cyber Security Centre are engaged in a project aiming to disrupt scam activity over telecommunications networks.
A new initiative launched by the federal government is aiming to increasing female participation in the ICT sector.
A new Sydney Quantum Academy is being established as part of an initiative between four leading NSW universities.
A non-traditional educational background has not been an impediment in Kata Kovari-Krecsmari's rise through the ranks in the tech industry.
A new Global Centre for Intent-based Networking has been launched by Cisco and Curtin University.
ACS is celebrating International Women's Day on 8 May with a breakfast event in Barangaroo, Sydney.
Nearly all the companies investigated for compliance with ACMA's new telecoms complaint handling standard were found to be in breach of the rules.
Less than one-third of Australian retailers are offering buy online, pick up in store (BOPIS) options, according to new research.