AWS has secured an renewal of its whole-of-government cloud deal with the Australian government, extending the contract by three years.
Australia, the UK and US have formed a new security partnership in an effort to better counter China.
After suffering devastating losses as a result of US sanctions, Huawei may be preparing to pivot to electric vehicles.
Amid ongoing negotiations with the Australian government over proposed legislation, Google has signaled cooperation by signing a multimillion-dollar news deal.
Google is launching News Showcase in Australia, in an effort to preempt a new law that would force the company to pay for news.
Microsoft has come out in full support of a law that could prompt Google to pull out of Australia.
As Google threatens to pull its search engine from the Australian market, Microsoft sees an opportunity, even meeting with the Australian PM.
Huawei has signaled it is willing to meet any demand the Swedish government may impose to avoid being banned from the country’s 5G networks.
The Tasmanian government has announced it has made the transition to 100% renewable electricity.
The UK and Australia have announced a joint investigation into Clearview AI—to cheers of privacy advocates the world over.
The ongoing showdown over the UK’s decision to revisit Huawei’s role in the country’s 5G network is heating up.
Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, Navdeep Bains, has said the country will not be pressured into make a decision on Huawei.
ZDNet is reporting that Australia’s two largest telcos, Optus and Telstra, are downplaying the danger of 5G, indicating it is generally safer than common household items. Australia has an electromagnetic energy (EME) safety limit that devices must fall under in…