Sydney based quantum technology startup Q-CTRL has formed a technical advisory board of experts from several leading US universities.
The founder of the free software movement, Richard Stallman, has resigned both from his position at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and as president of the Free Software Foundation after his remarks about the late Jeffrey Epstein's victims evoked outrage.
A surprisingly high proportion of MIT's Center for Information Systems Research sponsors are Australian organisations.
We are in the early stages of an important technological revolution, so there are lessons to be learned from previous revolutions, MIT Sloan School of Management professor Erik Brynjolfsson suggested during last week's Dell Technologies World conference in the US.
The new leader of the Debian GNU/Linux project says one thing that is holding back the project is the length of time it takes to take decisions, with developers often getting frustrated with the tools and processes that are used.
A day after Internet Australia called on the Department of Home Affairs to publish more of the submissions to the Federal Government's encryption bill, an additional 232 submissions have been placed on the department's website, bringing the total to 343 at the time of writing (7.50am AEST Wednesday).
Internet Australia, a not-for-profit that claims to represent Internet users in the country, has urged Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to intervene in what it characterises as "the inadequate consultation process" over the encryption bill that was presented to Parliament last month.
A British teenager has been given a 16-month suspended sentence for his "substantial" role in launching a number of distrubuted denial of service attacks on a number of well-known UK and US websites in 2015 and 2016.
Cyber defence company CyberArk has appointed Vincent Goh as vice president of sales for Asia Pacific and Japan.
Curtin University has become just the fourth Australian university to join the edX global consortium of many of the world’s top ranked universities, with plans to build a global community of online learners who will be actively engaged with the Western Australian educator.
Amar Bose, founder and chairman of audio research and technology company Bose, has died at age 83.
Acronis has appointed Scott Crenshaw as its senior vice president of strategy and chief marketing officer.
Beating a record held since 1989, DARPA's Cheetah takes the land speed record for legged robots.
Dr June Andronick flies to MIT to collect an international technology award on Tuesday, and then it's back to Sydney for her 4th Kyu Aikido grading, a catch up with her two children and husband, and in between she'll probably get a little closer to saving the world by ensuring mission critical software works the way it's supposed to.
Michael Harte earns a little over $8,000 a day in return for running the systems and operations of the Commonwealth Bank. His mother thinks it's a disgraceful amount of money.
An agreement between Buzzient and Interactive Intelligence has led to the integration of social media analysis tools with the latter's telephony and contact centre software.
Apple board member Jerry York has died.
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