An iconic computer has been added to the Scienceworks Think Ahead exhibition in Melbourne.
A mere 6.6% of all payments were made with cash last year in the wake of growing adoption of online, contactless and mobile payment technologies.
Simply Energy and Ladis+Gyr have entered an agreement to provide smart metering services to more than 550,000 households across Australia.
Melbourne narrowly beat Sydney to take the title of the world's tenth-smartest city as part of an index compiled by smart parking app developer EasyPark.
The HypaConnect ICS combines the latest in optical fibre and copper connectivity infrastructure into a single ubiquitous platform, capable of supporting many ICT and business critical applications, and is a key piece of building infrastructure.
CityIGNITE will support entrepreneurs and start-ups in developing smart cities solutions.
Australians are selectively embracing the Internet of Things (IoT), as long as they have control over how their data is used.
To cope with different types of data, IT must embrace a more granular storage approach to handle disparate workloads.
A new tech tsunami — 'serverless architectures' — has the potential to rewrite business models and shake up markets.
The winners of the Schneider Electric Smart Cities Hackathon have been announced.
Start-up businesses are being encouraged to move to Queensland under the government's Advance Queensland Hot DesQ initiative.
There were more than 240 power outages affecting three million people in 2016, according to a report by Eaton.
Eight Australian financial technology companies are in China over the next three days to pitch their technologies to potential business partners.
Start-ups and small businesses in Queensland are being encouraged to collaborate with the government on information and communications technology (ICT) solutions.
While 82% of consumers make contactless payments weekly, only 26% are aware of having the option on their mobile phone.