Optus hopes to capitalise on the popularity of Snapchat among Australian university students by releasing 10 custom Snapchat filters in universities across Australia during orientation week.
Dominant PC chip manufacturer Intel today announced a US$7 billion investment in a new semiconductor plant. The announcement was made from the White House Oval Office with chief executive Brian Krzanich standing next to President Donald Trump.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden’s Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena has recently expressed his and his client’s desire for clemency to be granted by President Donald Trump.
Monash University has won an A$18 million research contract to enhance the performance of the US intelligence community.
Having your floors swept and washing sorted by robots may no longer be the product of science fiction, as new research reveals that more than 1 in 10 American homes will have a housekeeping robot by the year 2020.
Activist group SumOfUs.org has included tech companies such as IBM, SpaceX, Tesla, and Uber among 19 corporations “named and shamed” as supporters of US President Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim immigration policy.
A new policy amendment by Youtube has cut advertising on videos that contain controversial news content, including videos that promote alternative political views. As a result, at least one popular alternative news media site with hundreds of thousands of subscribers has lost a major source of income. (Note this story has been updated with an official YouTube statement in the final paragraph)
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