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This week: Killer kittens vs robots, a salad-proof microwave oven, leap second decision put on hold, NASA's new robot, and US IT system runs US$140m over budget.
The CBA has announced it will invest $10 million to support researchers to build the world's first silicon-based quantum computer in Sydney.
The government has announced a new National Innovation and Science Agenda involving investing $1.1bn over four years to improve Australia's ability to commercialise innovative ideas.
Dr Lachlan Blackhall, the Australian founder of a company developing the first advanced energy storage control systems capable of trading distributed solar energy, has won ATSE's first Batterham Medal.
This week: Solving Rubik's cube in 5 seconds, billion-dollar banking blunder, ACT drivers hit with old fines, and IT blooper forces Irish drivers to re-sit tests.
This week: Lost (power) in space, going off the email grid (but not by choice), Grinch stops the Christmas lights, teaching robots to say no, and how to be more productive at your desk.
Optus the most complained about telco, former S Central boss Peter Mavridis to be jailed over 'deception', and Qantas jet scraped its tail during take-off.
This week: Win 3.1 glitch grounds flights, IBM's mainframe man dies, China tops supercomputer rankings, Aussie IT education going backwards, and would you like worms with your coffee?
Aussie star Atlassian files for IPO in US, dangerous new CryptoWall ransomware emerges, and NSW Minister falls in love with driverless cars.
This week: Don't trust your GPS, laptops in orbit, world-leading Aussie quantum research, and are leap seconds for the chop?
This week: Are you the next Luke Skywalker?, face recognition denies twin a driver's licence, flying cranes, remote control firefighting and yet another bank IT failure.
Google wants to attract businesses by offering Apps for Work for free, SanDisk reportedly wants to sell itself to Western Digital, and Amazon sues overs "false, misleading and inauthentic" reviews.
This week: Cars of the future… 1976 style, robotic warehouses, the depressing failure of medical apps, and reasons why IT projects fail.
This week: Mushrooms to power batteries, computer glitches cause more airport headaches, and a smartphone that's also a robot.