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The giant pink trucks at the Roy Hill iron ore mine in WA will operate without human drivers from next year, the company's chief executive said today.
Qantas is fast evolving to become a digital business, in response to how customers interact with the brand, the airline’s chief technology officer Rob James.
Augmented reality technology looks set to disrupt architecture and design.
Chief information officers working in Asia Pacific are steaming ahead of their global peers in the adoption of disruptive tech
As they strive to innovate and digitally transform their organisations, utilities are hitting a major barrier: their cultures.
Apple's COO, Jeff Williams, talks up the company's mobile AI prowess.
Self-service business intelligence offers many benefits, but bringing analytics and reporting closer to business units by bypassing IT can have unintended — and costly — consequences.
IBM’s shift to newer businesses such as cloud and security services helped it beat analysts’ quarterly revenue estimates.
The Australian government has said there will be consequences for states breaking international norms in cyberspace, and is prepared to take "military measures" in response to malicious cyber attacks.
A privacy group has strongly condemned suggestions that Brisbane public transport users could be biometrically scanned to pay their fare.
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