Technology
Elon Musk's SpaceX now leaving junk in our own backyard

After a SpaceX capsule crashed onto an Australian farm, we're left wondering if Elon Musk will ...  
Telecommunications in the South Pacific is a security issue for Australia

Australia has intervened to improve telecommunication systems in the South Pacific against rising ...  
Minister asks NBN Co to withdraw its proposal for price increases

Labor has intervened in the affairs of NBN Co, requesting the company to withdraw its Special ...  
Bunnings and Kmart to face up to 'personal information' investigation

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner is investigating how Kmart and Bunnings ...  
Data in the dark: A look at COVID corruption

The global pandemic has proven to be a breeding ground for corruption, with "urgency of resp ...  
Users in control as streaming giants dominate TV market

As traditional broadcast TV fades into obscurity, digital services offer plenty of reasons for ...  
Cryptocurrency adding to problems of the modern internet

From increased cybercrime to excess power consumption, cryptocurrency is adding to issues already ...  
Transitioning to electric vehicles — Australia is in for a shock

Transitioning to electric vehicles will not just affect the cars we drive — it will be the ...  
Failure to warm to green energy is burning our future

Fossil fuels are inefficient and the repercussions of extracting such energy are destroying the ...  
NBN Co asks ACCC for increased protection against mobile operators

NBN Co wants the regulator to limit competition between NBN and mobile operators.  
New technology promises to improve access and quality of education

As we embark on the technological revolution journey, it's clear that technology plays a signif ...  
Commonwealth Bank partners with More to offer free or discounted NBN

The Commonwealth Bank is maintaining its position as a leader in the digital economy by offering ...  
Mother Nature: Economic growth is sending her bankrupt

For life as we know it to persist, we must acknowledge there are natural limits to growth. Econ ...  
Littleproud's 'cancerous' comments over Telstra too toxic

Nationals' new leader David Littleproud has called Telstra "a cancer on the bush" and while reg ...  
Affordable NBN pie in the sky without Labor's intervention

Because Australians affected by an increased cost of living are having to shop around for the best ...  
Labor Government needs to step up and fix our NBN

It's now up to the new Labor Government to deliver a better and more affordable service.  
World economies embrace benefits of digital currency

With more countries exploring digital currencies, traditional cash could soon become a thing of ...  
Telstra partners with Fetch in bid to improve streaming potential

Telstra is hoping to improve its presence in the video streaming market with a stake in Fetch ...  

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