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Aussie tech industry 'fuming mad' after encryption bill passes

The Assistance and Access Bill leaves Aussie technology companies angry and struggling to understand the potential impact on their business.

Lifehacker /
Ebay Is Offering Great Tech And Party Deals

If you're looking for some great tech deals to put under the tree or some supplies for the bar fridge, Ebay is putting up some awesome offers. Here are a few of the best ones. More »     

SMH /
US tech execs warned on China travel after Huawei executive arrest

Senior US politicians welcomed the news that Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou had been arrested in Canada and was facing extradition to ...

Business Insider /
I spent a couple of weeks with a $2300 underwater drone and suddenly I believe in Santa Claus again

Sometimes, as a tech journalist, you receive an email about a piece of tech which sounds too good to be true. Well, ...

Lifehacker /
The New Encrpytion Bill Means Australia Is No Longer A Good Place To Work In Tech

Despite a raft of 173 amendments being proposed, acknowledgement that the legislation is flawed and the opposition ...

Crikey /
‘Made In Australia’ now a warning to avoid our tech products

Politicians love to fawn over the IT sector, but a bipartisan bill passed yesterday ensures it is never taken seriously. The post ‘Made In ...

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The Altium share price fell 5% today, leading the ASX tech sector down

The Altium Limited (ASX:ALU) share price has fallen 5% today, making it the worst of the WAAAX tech shares.

Crikey /
Why does Australia keep making such patently dumb decisions about tech laws?

Australia is yet again the idiot of the global village, handing hackers and criminals a big win with its encryption backdoor legislation. Why are we so dumb? The post Why does Australia keep making such patently dumb decisions about tech laws? appeared first on Crikey.

iTnews /
NSW councils to trial smart beach tech to reduce drownings

Thanks to federal smart cities grant.

Gizmodo /
A Christmas Gift Guide For Car Lovers

Do you have a mate who is a massive petrol head? Or perhapsa loved one who happens to spend a lot of time behind ...

Business Insider /
Singapore Airlines has bought into Australian tech startup Data Republic as part of a $22 million raise

Sydney-based tech startup Data Republic has raised $22 million in Series B funding, predominantly from ...

The Motley Fool /
Is this the best small cap tech share on the ASX to buy today?

The Citadel Group Ltd (ASX:CGL) share price rocketed higher on Monday. Is it the best small cap tech share on the ASX?

Business Insider /
A Virginia Tech team has found a way to unlock Jedi 'Force Push' powers in VR

These are the Jedi powers you've been looking for: Unfortunately, they're not real, so you'll just have to be happy with Force Pushing things around in VR for a while yet. More »     

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'It beggars belief': Tech leaders say encryption law will devastate Australian businesses

The Australian tech industry comes out swinging, with leaders warning a parliamentary committee that the Government's proposed encryption bill could have dire consequences including job losses and a reduction in exports.

iTnews /
Tech executives tell Germany to scrap 'hate-filled' migrant campaign

Scores of tech entrepreneurs in Berlin sign letter.

iTnews /
Tech executives tell Germany to scrap 'hate-filled' migrant campaign

Scores of tech entrepreneurs in Berlin sign letter.

Gizmodo /
8 Christmas Gift Ideas For Car Lovers

Do you have a mate who is a massive petrol head? Or perhapsa loved one who happens to spend a lot of time behind ...

The Motley Fool /
5 exciting small cap shares to watch in December

Could one of these five small cap tech shares be the next Altium Limited (ASX:ALU)?

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What next for these 3 ASX tech growth stocks?

Big name tech growth stocks Afterpay Touch Group Ltd (ASX: APT), Altium Limited (ASX: ALU) and WiseTech Global Ltd (ASX: WTC) were the top three performing companies on the ASX200 on Thursday. Is this a sign that they are finally heading back up towards their August highs?

Gizmodo /
The Best Gadgets And Technology Gifts This Christmas

If lightning-quick products appeal to you, RedBalloon can provide the coolest Christmas gift ideas with the best technological gadgets and devices. The tech savvy will be thrilled with the newest range of noise-cancelling headphones, sports and everyday earbuds, smart watches, Fitbits, docking stations, ...

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What is the best ASX Asian ETF?

There are several ASX Asian ETFs, which is the best one?

Lifehacker /
Intel's Days Of CPU Dominance Are Fading

While the likes of Microsoft, Apple and other well known brands get most of the attention in the tech press, ...

ABC /
'Security risk': Huawei banned from New Zealand's 5G mobile network

New Zealand follows Australia and the US by blocking a mobile phone company from using Chinese tech giant Huawei's ...

Lifehacker /
Hump Day Deals: 90% Off Catch, $2 Macca's Burgers, Free Android Apps

Welcome to Wednesday! Get over the hump with some retail therapy. This week's best deals include score over 50% off ...

Gizmodo /
5 Tech Innovations That Revolutionised The Music Industry

Music. Where would we be without it? It forms such an intrinsic part of our everyday life that it's easy to take for granted, especially the incredible science and technology that makes it happen. Beyond the artistry we connect with on an emotional level, there is a whole industry filled with gadgets, instruments ...

Lifehacker /
Rapid Review: 2018 Apple Mac mini

Apple's Mac mini is a strange beast. For four years, it was seemingly abandoned by Apple who left it there running on older processor, storage and memory tech. But, for those using one, it proved a reliable, compact and quiet workhorse. But it was in dire need of some love and Apple finally updated it. The new ...

iTnews /
Tech slips create illegal bugging headaches for Australia’s spy agencies

ASIS, ASD pinged over Australian citizen surveillance.

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