Counting of votes cast by Amazon employees has begun to decide whether Alabama would become the first union shop at the e-commerce colossus.
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Apple has announced it again will hold a virtual form of its Worldwide Developers Conference in June.
Google says it will add more than 100 AI-powered improvements to its Maps app this year.
The new Oppo Find X3 Pro is priced to take on the iPhone 12 and Samsung Galaxy S21 5G but is it better?
A robotic fruit packing machine that uses artificial intelligence could be adapted to harvesting in rural and regional Australia.
Data scientists will use artificial intelligence to identify which COVID patients will likely experience longer-term conditions such as kidney damage.
IT and emails at Parliament House had to be cut off due to an incoming cyber attack.
We preview Dyson’s V15 Detect cordless vacuum and share local prices, availability and a video demonstration by Sir James Dyson himself.
Elon Musk is going all-in on the controversial cryptocurrency.
The famous Parkes radio telescope will provide ground station support for one of the first commercial lunar landings probably later this year.
Bank Australia has become the latest organisation to use voiceprints or voice biometrics for secure access to accounts.
Apple unveils new iPad Pros, iMacs, even purple phones - all the details from today's launch https://bit.ly/3tzTjqY #AppleEvent #ipadpro2021 #iMac
Looks like I’ll be doing a road trip to Melbourne for this :) It will be great. Tickets are on sale @VanessaAmorosi
I’m so excited to announce I’ll be returning to Australia for a few shows in June! I can’t wait to see you all 💙
@memomusichall JUNE 12
@astortheatre JUNE 17
Off for a couple of days of r & r. Taking all the comforts. Now which case is my phone in? #Traveller #holidays
Parents say Facebook’s long track record of exploiting young people and putting them at risk makes the company unsuitable as the custodian of a photo sharing and social messaging site for children https://bit.ly/3acRwQT #Facebook #Instagram
MY COMMENT PIECE ON TODAY'S FEDERAL COURT RULING AGAINST GOOGLE: Google privacy settings are a mess & today's judgment is the tip of the iceberg https://bit.ly/32gxAbL #Google #privacy @acccgovau