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​NTT Australia posts AU$12.5m loss
The local arm of the Japanese conglomerate has reported a loss for the 12 months to March 31, 2018, paying no income tax in Australia as a result.

My Health Record opt-outs will not sink system: Turnbull
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says the government's My Health Record won't be sunk by large numbers of people opting out of the system.

​J.D. Power declares Verizon to be the top carrier
Who's really the best mobile carrier? J.D. Power's survey shows Verizon on top.

Hawaiki subsea cable goes live
The privately owned subsea cable connecting Australia, New Zealand, and the United States has gone live.

Soccer player Ronaldinho launches e-sports strategy
The plan to develop soccer in digital environments includes the creation of the player's own cryptocurrency.

Windows 10 is still not yet on 700 million 'active' devices
Microsoft's Windows 10 officially still has not yet crossed the 700 million 'active device' line. It's still almost there, as it has been for months now.

Microsoft Q4 strong as commercial cloud revenue hits $6.9 billion
Microsoft is faring well across most of its business units as annual revenue topped $110 billion.

Augmented and virtual reality mean business: Everything you need to know
An executive guide to the technology and market drivers behind the hype in AR, VR, and MR.

Google and Project Fuchsia: Chasing that single OS dream
Will Google's Fuchsia reinvent and replace Android or be more like Microsoft's Midori project?

Microsoft's plan to try to win back consumers with 'Modern Life Services'
Microsoft is hoping to repair its tarnished image with consumers by trying to position its cross-platform apps and services as making them more productive.

The ethical challenges of artificial intelligence
As AI advances, systems will need to be trained and 'raised' in much the same way as humans

The best programming language for data science and machine learning
Hint: There is no easy answer, and no consensus either.

iOS 12 public beta 3: Should you install it?
Apple has just released the third version of the iOS 12 beta. But should you install it? Is it slow and buggy? What's battery life like? Will it kill your iPhone?

HP EliteBook 840 G5, First Take: A solid business-class laptop
This is a well made 14-inch laptop with some high-end components, including above-average speakers

Banking malware finds new life spreading data-stealing trojan
Mealybug hacking group is selling Emotet as a means for other gangs to deliver their attacks - for a profit.

How I learned to stop worrying and love USB Type-C
While the rest of the world is enthusiastically adopting the all-in-one USB Type-C standard, Microsoft and Apple are stubbornly sticking with their proprietary connectors. That's why I no longer carry a Surface or an iPhone when I travel.

More enterprises are going 'all-in' with select cloud providers (Cloud TV)
Don't look now but more enterprises are going "all-in" with select cloud providers. Will enterprises repeat the same lock-in mistakes made in the big enterprise software era

Microsoft says Teams is now at 'feature parity' with Skype for Business Online
Microsoft's plan to ultimately replace its Skype for Business Online communications service with Microsoft Teams has achieved a key milestone, company officials say. Not all users agree, though.

Does Amazon need a smartphone to win the smart home battle?
Another run at building a smartphone could help Amazon cement its position.

Facebook and Holocaust denial: How it's become worse over time
This isn't the first time Facebook's apparent acceptance of Holocaust denial has caused problems. The company's attitude has, if anything, become more muddled.

 

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