A global bootcamp will be held in Brisbane for start-up companies as part of the state government's Advance Queensland initiative.
Australia's first quantum computing company, Silicon Quantum Computing, has been launched at the University of NSW.
The results of the IT Service Management Future Readiness survey have been released.
A supercomputer powering astrophysics research at Swinburne University of technology will be built by Dell EMC.
The University of Sydney has entered a research partnership with Thales Australia focused on digital technologies for Thales's target industry verticals, as well as an alliance with Microsoft based on quantum computing research.
CSIRO's Data61 has teamed up with the Queensland government to establish Australia's first functional programming open lab in Brisbane.
A new FinTech hub will be established in Docklands, Melbourne, to connect innovative FinTech start-ups with investors and help them bring new products to market.
The University of Sydney and Chinese robotics pioneer UBTECH Robotics have launched a new research centre focused on developing AI for humanoid robots.
There has been a digital boom taking place in Australia, with a new report by ACS revealing that strong growth in the ICT workforce is expected to continue.
The winner of CeBIT Australia's PitchFest competition was Look Who's Charging.
The world's thinnest hologram has been created by an Australian and Chinese research team.
UTS and the China Electronics Group Corporation have co-founded a joint research innovation centre focused on advanced information, communications and electronics technologies.
A quantum simulator has been developed by Commonwealth Bank, providing theoretical technology for futureproof computing.
Consumers experience fear regarding artificial intelligence (AI) due to their confusion about what the technology actually does, according to a new study by Pegasystems.
The iMove CRC will be granted $55 million in federal funding over 10 years to explore evolving vehicle technologies.