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Finnish telecommunications equipment vendor Nokia has appointed ‘former Telia Company executive Gabriela Styf Sjöman as chief strategy officer and a member of its group leadership team.

On 31 October, over 400 industry leaders, pioneers, technologists, entrepreneurs, decision makers, executives and policy makers will gather to remember the history – and re-imagine the future – of the Internet in Australia.

Starting in Q4 2019, Nokia smartphone fans can get their hands on the Android 10 software upgrade and start enjoying the very latest Android experiences.

Perth-based home automation company, Quantify Technology has sealed a distribution agreement with 8Digital for the distribution of its products in Queensland.

As more applications become web-enabled and require effective load-balancing, load balancers are becoming more pervasive. Their requirements and the Australian and world markets have changed dramatically over the past few years.

Space technology operator Kleos Space has secured $3 million in funding for its second cluster of satellites.

Data specialist Hitachi Vantara has appointed Adrian Johnson as vice president and managing director for Australia and New Zealand.

In an address to the National Press Club in Australia, Deaf Australia CEO Kyle Miers hailed the success of the Huawei-developed StorySign Artificial Intelligence technology and has called for additional funding to help increase the usage of similar new technologies to support greater numbers of deaf Australians.

Accounting software provider MYOB has announced a deal with Bunnings that will simplify bill processing for their mutual customers, plus a rewards program for the MYOB PayBy payments service.

HMD Global is the home of Android-powered Nokias, and I spoke to A/NZ Country Manager James Robinson about consumers investing in upgradeable rather than disposable tech as Nokia launches its 2.2 model with removable battery.