The widespread adoption of digital technologies by agricultural businesses is potentially one of the most important ways to stimulate improved rates of productivity growth in the farming sector, according to Australia’s competition regulator, the ACCC.
The US ban on Huawei is preventing rural wireless operators in the country from upgrading their gear, with many companies that provide service in such areas having used the cheaper equipment that the Chinese company sells.
Companies in the agritech sector are moving towards the introduction of Internet of Things systems to run their business, but a new report says there’s an urgent need for upskilling employees to cope with IoT.
Many consumers have a lack of trust in the providers of telecommunications services for their transparency and ethical behaviour, according to a new global index which found that consumers rated telecommunications the second least trustworthy industry.
Telstra-backed startup accelerator muru-D is building a software platform aimed at transforming livestock production through an easy-to-use data collection app that collects on-farm data to make a farm more efficient, profitable and compliant.
All around the world governments are turning their attention to OH&S – Occupational health and safety – and in many cases making serious breaches a criminal, rather than a civil liability.
There’s been a call for farmers and regional communities to get a better deal by delivering them more reliable telecommunications services.
Vodafone says it has ‘strengthened its commitment to regional Australia through an agreement which has seen it become the exclusive retail telecommunications partner of the NFF.’
A claimed world-first app called ‘AisleOne’ gives an endless aisle of Australian food and groceries to shop from online, launching on iPads.
Tech giant Google isn't letting Amazon have all the fun with drones, announcing its research laboratory has been testing drones in Queensland designed to bypass traffic and other earthly trappings and speed up parcel deliveries.
The Australian consumer watchdog has ordered supermarket giant Coles to make corrections regarding the ‘Our Coles Brand Milk Story’ video, which was published on YouTube.
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