military

Google bans use of its AI in weapons

Google bans use of its AI in weapons

Following employee uproar over military contracts.
Paresh Dave Jun 8 2018, 10:49AM Software
On Anzac centenary, channel's military vets share lessons in leadership

On Anzac centenary, channel's military vets share lessons in leadership

Saluting tech leaders who defended our country.
Tony Yoo Apr 24 2015, 12:31AM Training & Development
Dell Android variant approved for US ground troops

Dell Android variant approved for US ground troops

Androids to invade US Army.
Liam Tung Oct 20 2011, 8:37AM Hardware
Twitter terror

Twitter terror

Location service caution not a gag order.
Liam Tung Jun 15 2011, 4:23PM Security
US hunts Wikileaks founder following soldier's arrest

US hunts Wikileaks founder following soldier's arrest

Mole passed on 260,000 military and diplomatic cables.
Iain Thomson Jun 14 2010, 6:03PM Software
Australian Defence spends $13M on tech ideas

Australian Defence spends $13M on tech ideas

Greg Combet, Minister for Defence Personnel, Material and Science, said seven technology proposals have been allocated funding by Defence, with more ideas and technology wanted.

Lilia Guan Jun 29 2009, 11:53AM Services
AusCERT09: US Military inspects student laptops for security threats

AusCERT09: US Military inspects student laptops for security threats

If you have a problem with your staff or students installing unauthorised applications, or your network is groaning under malware, Colonel Joe Adams from the United States Military Academy at West Point has a solution - but it's one your users probably won't enjoy.
Nate Cochrane May 18 2009, 2:59PM Security
Simms to distribute solar powered chargers used by the military

Simms to distribute solar powered chargers used by the military

Simms International will exclusively distribute the Powertraveller range of charging devices across Australia.
Jenny Eagle May 12 2009, 3:19PM Hardware
Military strength

Military strength

Training with the Australian Army as a young man proved to be a strong beginning for the electronics career of ShoreTel’s South East Asia managing director, Tony Warhurst.
By Louise Durack
Staff Writers Oct 29 2007, 12:02PM Strategy
May protests innocence in Global SDR troubles

May protests innocence in Global SDR troubles

Former Global SDR director Roger May -- alleged by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission as associated with a plan to move the intellectual property of the insolvent developer offshore -- has protested his innocence.
Fleur Doidge Jul 4 2005, 11:30AM Collaboration

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