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US announces deal to put ZTE back in business The United States has agreed to a deal which will put Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corporation back in business in the country, with the company…
ZTE signs 'agreement in principle' to get back in business Chinese telecommunications vendor ZTE Corporation may be back in business soon, after signing an agreement in principle that would result in the seven-year US export…
Research grants offer up to $50,000 for Aussie innovators Australian researchers and businesses can now apply for government grants of up to $50,000 to help expand their work overseas, under the latest round of…
Google not to renew drone work, but no assurance on future deals Google has told its staff that it will not renew its deal with the Pentagon to work on Project Maven, a project which provides the…
ZTE may pay fine of US$1.7b to start trading again The US Government could soon ask Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corporation to pay a fine of US$1.7 billion as part of a deal to allow…
Google will earn up to US$250 million from Project Maven. Leaked emails from Google show that Project Maven, an artificial intelligence-driven program devised by the Pentagon to improve drone targeting, would have earned the company…
Facial recognition regime far too broad, says rights body Australia's proposed national facial recognition regime is too broad in its scope and will curtail the freedom of people who are merely going about their…
House of Reps to have digital voting by 2019 Electronic voting will come to the lower house of the Australian Federal Parliament by 2019, the leader of the House of Representatives, Christopher Pyne, has…
Open source, open standards to underpin Govpass When the Federal Government begins its trial of the identity solution Govpass in October, it will be both a proud and a nervous time for…

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