innovation

The best devices of CES 2021

The best devices of CES 2021

The online showcases include many innovative new devices.
Kyle Alspach Jan 18 2021, 6:59AM Hardware
Apple targets car production by 2024

Apple targets car production by 2024

As company eyes 'next level' battery technology, sources say.
Stephen Nellis, Norihiko Shirouzu and Paul Lienert Dec 23 2020, 10:37AM Hardware
CES 2021: 10 rumours and trends you can expect

CES 2021: 10 rumours and trends you can expect

Expect a focus on remote workforce, 5G and use cases for IoT.
Kyle Alspach Dec 23 2020, 9:57AM Hardware
Intel pushes Optane as it readies to sell NAND business

Intel pushes Optane as it readies to sell NAND business

Calls it a “disruptive, once-in-a-decade invention”.
Dylan Martin Dec 23 2020, 9:30AM Servers & Storage
How to offer innovation and predictable costs to customers

How to offer innovation and predictable costs to customers

Lizzie Cohen discusses the importance of offering a one-stop shop for customers
Aussie channel slow to innovate says security exec

Aussie channel slow to innovate says security exec

Deep Instinct's APAC boss says channel should "move out of comfort zone".
Nico Arboleda Mar 11 2019, 11:49AM Security
Is innovation just a buzzword to help you sell stuff?

Is innovation just a buzzword to help you sell stuff?

[Comment] Small businesses often don’t innovate because they don’t know how to.
Sholto Macpherson Jun 19 2017, 6:00AM Comment
Poll results: Turnbull's 'ideas boom'

Poll results: Turnbull's 'ideas boom'

We asked, you answered.
Staff Writers Dec 15 2015, 6:14AM Strategy
R&D tax break for big business under Coalition

R&D tax break for big business under Coalition

Would review Labor decision.
Allie Coyne Aug 26 2013, 8:33AM Strategy
CSIRO's windfall WiFi patent nears expiry

CSIRO's windfall WiFi patent nears expiry

What's next for Australian inventors?
Charis Palmer Aug 2 2013, 8:10AM Collaboration
Govt cuts big biz R&D incentive

Govt cuts big biz R&D incentive

To help fund startups.
Charis Palmer Feb 19 2013, 11:33AM Services
Analysis: Do patents create software innovation?

Analysis: Do patents create software innovation?

Comment: Patenting was a fringe activity for the first 20 years of the software industry.
Anton Hughes Nov 3 2011, 8:35AM Software
Microsoft pays street walkers to fill Bing

Microsoft pays street walkers to fill Bing

Taps army of tech-savvy iPhone users.
Liam Tung Jul 20 2011, 7:34AM Mobility
Study finds CFOs don't believe in IT

Study finds CFOs don't believe in IT

Just put in my BI dashboard, little fella.
Liam Tung Jul 7 2011, 4:27PM Finance
SAP InnoJam comes to Australia

SAP InnoJam comes to Australia

Sleepless night a fluffer for user group meeting.
Staff Writers Jul 7 2011, 4:00PM Services
Organisations still failing on IT innovation

Organisations still failing on IT innovation

New study finds projects missing target levels.
Phil Muncaster Dec 4 2009, 4:25PM News
Recession could be good for innovation

Recession could be good for innovation

Companies with the money are spending big on R&D.
Iain Thomson Jul 16 2009, 8:58AM Business
Ricoh Australia opens Innovation Centre

Ricoh Australia opens Innovation Centre

Ricoh Asia-Pacific managing director Nobuaki Majima has today opened the doors of the company’s new Printing Innovation Centre (PIC) in the centre of Sydney.
Daniel Fitzgerald Apr 21 2009, 12:06PM Hardware
Intel consolidates European research

Intel consolidates European research

Intel has announced it is reorganising its research division in Europe with the Intel Labs Europe (ILE) project.
Iain Thomson Jan 31 2009, 10:16AM Hardware
Local companies in 2009 Innovation Shoot Out Program

Local companies in 2009 Innovation Shoot Out Program

Six State finalists from across Australia will travel to California to take part in a competition to demonstrate innovative new products and services.
Jenny Eagle Dec 18 2008, 10:00AM Security

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