Global tablet and smartphone shipments fell in the year to quarter two 2019 (2Q19), according to the International Data Corporation's latest reports.
Over 74 million consumer robots will be shipped in 2024, with domestic aide robots sweeping the market, according to new research.
KPMG believes multibillion-dollar deals are set to close and if the deal value pace is held, 2019 will be the second-most investment-rich year of the decade.
Global experts met in Canberra last week to discuss ethics around military use of AI-based weapons systems, business management and decision support tools.
The Treasury and the Department of Communications have launched a consultation to inform the government's response to the ACCC's Digital Platforms Review.
The CSIRO's data science arm Data61 is on the hunt for a new CEO after current chief Adrian Turner revealed plans to leave the agency next month.
It's critical enterprises understand their regulatory obligations and what they can do to simplify blockchain before implementing it.
The TIO has released a report into the high-pressure and misleading sales tactics some telemarketers are using to sell nbn services.
Marketers now have to figure out how to pander to voice assistants' algorithms as well as consumers, according to KPMG Senior Advisor Andrew Baxter.
A new report from telecoms research firm Ovum contradicts the government's justification for banning Huawei equipment from Australian 5G rollouts.
Amazon, Microsoft, Alibaba, Google and IBM dominate the market, earning 77% of the total revenue and experiencing 39% aggregate growth in 2018.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has endorsed the recommendations for privacy reforms included in the ACCC's Digital Platforms Inquiry.
The company's newest managing director, Katrina Troughton, won the role following her 28-year career at IBM in local, regional and global positions.
Widespread, holistic regulatory reforms are needed to tackle the market dominance of major digital platforms such as Google and Facebook, the ACCC has warned.
Eleven top female tech founders are set to pitch their ideas to global industry leaders, partners and investors at the Australian Women in Tech Pitch event.