Drivers in NSW can now legally use their mobile phone as a digital wallet or to access their digital licence while behind the wheel, under strict conditions...
Salary growth will be largely driven by skill shortages, especially in areas such as data and software development, cybersecurity and AI.
Optus has been ordered by the Federal Court to pay $6.4 million in penalties for making misleading claims about home internet disconnections, after action by the ACCC.
Two-thirds of organisations are piloting, scaling or deploying transformation programs, but disconnects in IT culture and delivery speed stand in the way.
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is calling for tenders for a new supercomputing system to replace its existing machine, as part of a $70m capital refresh.
Australia's AI specialisation opportunities lie in health, infrastructure and natural resources, according to CSIRO's Data61 AI roadmap.
A survey of marketing professionals indicates that brands are still struggling to effectively use customer data platforms to create a unified customer profile.
The ATO has been established as the Australian authority for the PEPPOL domestic and international e-invoicing framework.
Email and SMS are still the preferred methods of business communication for most consumers, according to a new study.
Illegal offshore gambling websites could soon be blocked by Australian ISPs under new instructions from the ACMA.
Multiexperience and facial recognition payments are among the top digital experience trends organisations should explore in 2020, according to Gartner.
Eight new AI ethics principles will be put to the test in a trial led by some of the biggest businesses in Australia.
MobileMuster celebrated its 21st birthday last week, having collected almost 1500 tonnes of mobile phones and accessories since it began in 1998.