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Women in STEM booming
But still much work to be done.
Calling ICT professionals to mentor students
Do you enjoy working with bright minds of the future?
LaunchVic regroups after 500 Startups fiasco
The Australian partnership is no more.
Canberra students take out RoboCup
Champions for the second year running.
SA stages mock cyber attack
A job interview of a different kind.
Self-driving cars on Aussie roads in 3 years
Insurance for traditional cars will skyrocket.
To the Moon(hack) and back
A global coding event aims to set a world record.
Cyberbullying takes a hit
A new app teaches parents to combat online risks.
Update Chrome, Windows, urges Government
Vulnerabilities are leaving users exposed.
SMEs hungry for innovation
But failing to invest in one key area.
Supercomputer eyes bionic vision
CSIRO has switched on its new $4m deep learning machine.
How to sell in Asia
Aussie start-up helps retailers and manufacturers forge supply chains.
Indigenous entrepreneurs for start-up hub
Four scholarships are available for an accelerator program.
Government warns of new ransomware
Threatens to send your browsing history to everyone.
Victoria moves to cap Uber surge pricing
Passengers were hit with quadruple-priced rides.
Regional start-ups boosted
A new hub will grow the NSW start-up ecosystem.
Update everything Apple ASAP
Don't postpone installation of latest updates.
Cost of total cyber destruction
We're talking billions.
Halfway mark for NBN
High-speed broadband to be nationwide by 2020.
Time for professional digital ethics standard?
43% of companies developing new ethics roles.
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