The NSW Government will fund the development of a second Startup Hub in Parramatta, to prioritise technology in the state's COVID-19 economic recovery.
The Technology Park has more than 2200 employees and 62 enterprises, generating $6 million in turnover and accounting for nearly 9% of jobs in Ballarat.
Sydney is on track to become a hub for quantum technology, with the Sydney Quantum Academy's partnership with four leading universities.
New research from the Energy Efficiency Council has identified where office-based businesses can reduce their energy consumption and operational costs.
Updates to the Commonwealth Procurement Rules (PCRs) will enable agencies to engage with Australian SMEs on tendering contracts valued up to $200,000.
Most Australian workers are alarmed about the financial health and long-term prospects of their employer following the impact of COVID-19.
The 40,700-square-metre National Distribution Centre is planned to feature wall-to-wall automation, providing the flexibility to cater for seasonal and other peaks in demand.
Western Australia will expand its technology workforce, with 15,000 technology roles to be created by 2025, according to ACS Australia's Digital Pulse Report.
Salesforce has arranged a multibillion-dollar deal to acquire collaboration service Slack in a bid to better take on Microsoft.
The AIIA has called out the 2020 Queensland Budget for failing to do more to support the state's ICT sector in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A study has revealed that facial recognition algorithms have gotten better at recognising masked faces since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cyber-psychologist Dr Vasileios Stavropolous will study the link between the online personas of gamers and mental health conditions they may be experiencing.
The Victorian Government will spend $626m for projects aimed at enhancing the state's broadband, mobile and other digital infrastructure.
British technology and engineering consultancy BJSS will establish its APAC headquarters in Melbourne, thereby creating 150 new jobs for IT professionals.
TOP500 has released its latest list of the world's fastest supercomputers, with the Fugaku supercomputer in Japan taking first place for the second time.