Chip designer Arm has released details of its new Armv9 architecture, which it says "will form the leading edge of the next 300 billion Arm-based chips".
Another security vendor has added its voice to warnings about the security risks posed by smart devices.
Optus Business has teamed up with James Cook University in North Queenaland to co-create enterprise solutions using Internet of Things to advance digital technology across a range of industries.
The decade old AUSKey and Manage ABN Connections services are set to be retired by the Australia Tax Office (ATO).
The coronavirus outbreak will severely affect China’s smart devices market including smartphone and PC shipments, according to analyst firm Canalys which says it has dramatically revised previous forecasts of a 7% decline in smartphone shipments to a 40% to-50% drop for smartphones and 20% for PCs - with the proviso that the situation recovers to pre-outbreak levels by the end of February.
Australians are concerned about their privacy with smart devices listening in on their conversations, and allowing organisations to extract personal information from their digital footprints.
Global smartphone tracking and streaming service TracknWatch has launched a free Live Streaming – Live Tracking app, designed to allow users to live stream directly from their smart devices and subsequently share the video with anyone across the globe.
The average "smart home" is vulnerable to security breaches, according to a new report which says serious questions are emerging about security, with smart homes now having at least 20 smart devices.
Privacy and security worries still abound with smart speakers, but even so, the Australian IoT home market grew 55% in 2017, reaching $583 million, with the market set to accelerate beyond 2020.
Lenovo has moved Brendan Lau to a newly created position as PC and smart devices consumer and SMB director for the Australian and New Zealand markets.
CommunicAsia2016 has opened with EnterpriseIT2016, SatComm 2016 and BroadcastAsia2016 showing a "view of a digital future", with leading innovators showcasing and discussing the latest in "smart technology".
Shipments of smart-connected devices are forecast to reach 1.7 billion units next year, with one billion going to developing markets, according to research released today.
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