Security's next level
An innovative algorithm is set to further enhance the protections afforded by biometric technology.
Chip, chip, hooray
A new "optical micro-comb" chip can squeeze three times the traffic of the entire NBN through a single optical fibre.
Protecting your privacy
The COVIDSafe contact tracing app raises serious concerns for privacy, even if installing it is voluntary.
Joining the dots
The 'key player' concept is a window into how social networks influence behaviour.
Containing the digital tsunami
As high-speed internet spreads throughout the Pacific, steps are being taken to ensure the islands' cybersecurity.
Evolution of a scam
The recent targeting of Australian-based Chinese and Taiwanese students is a new take on a concept that's been around since the 1990s.
Why Australia shouldn't fear a wave of trade protectionism
Services are unlikely to be drastically affected by repealing free trade agreements
China's grip still tight on state-owned enterprises
China’s next Five-Year Plan is due to be formally approved by the National People’s Congress in March 2016. One of the areas of focus is the role of China’s State-Owned Enterprises, generally viewed with suspicion by the West and also seen...
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