Smart city traffic technology solutions deployed to ease chronic congestion in cities around the world are forecast to generate US$4.4 billion in revenue in 2023, up from $2 billion in 2019.

Australian-listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne has signed a two-year Software as a Service (SaaS) deal to implement its fully integrated OneCouncil solution for Chelmsford City Council in the UK.

New Zealand businesses have less than two years to adopt digital before disruption hits, according to newly released research undertaken by global IT services company DXC Technology and technology analyst firm Telsyte.

A new Cyber Security office has been established in NSW by the State Government within the Department of Customer Service which the government says will “cement the leadership and coordination role” needed to enhance cyber security and decision-making across the government.

Google has shocked the world by banning Huawei from future OS versions and security updates, but existing Huawei handsets will continue getting Google Play app updates, while Huawei promises it will issue security updates instead.

The head of the Australian Information Industry Association, Ron Gauci, has sought an assurance from the re-elected Coalition Government that amendments to the encryption law, which was passed in December, will be adopted within its first 100 days of operation.

Melbourne firm Genix Ventures is utilising NEC’s NeoFace facial recognition solution to counter what it says is an increasing incidence of examination fraud, or people sitting exams for others.

Australia's second biggest telco Singtel Optus will give select customers in five suburbs the opportunity to sample its 5G Home Broadband product by the end of the month.

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