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Bureau of Meteorology computers breached, ABC reports
Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has reportedly had its computer systems breached.
ATO boosts service access via app and voice authentication
The ATO has announced it will extend its voice authentication system to its mobile app
Phoenix rises from the ashes to battle Aussie bushfires
Firefighters and planners are using an Australian-made bushfire simulator to help them do their job.
Marie's mission to highlight fatal flaws in medical devices
Marie Moe's heart could be affected by a software flaw or attacked remotely by a hacker, but regulations and restrictions make it difficult to prevent.
Code Club gets million birthday present
On the eve of its first birthday, an Australian non-for-profit facilitating digital literacy in school-aged children just received a million present from the federal government and the Telstra Foundation.
Big brands brave Periscope stumbles to reach millennials
Despite the risks, big brands are going ahead with plans to use live-streaming video to attract some of the most finicky consumers.
Retailers hunt for attacks after warning on stealthy malware
Retailers hunt for new credut card breaches after warning about malware that evades almost all security software.
FBI probes 'mr.grey' and 1.2b stolen web credentials
Hacker linked through a Russian email address to the theft of a record 1.2b credentials, the FBI court documents show.
Hilton payment systems hit by malware
Hilton advises customers to check their bank statements after malware incident.
Algorithms and the death of the recruiter
There are 11.8 million employees in Australia – and the internet is coming to get them.
Food disruptors aim for big bite of startup pie
Liz Kaelin was tired of eating sad sandwiches at corporate events. A trained dietician, Kaelin knew it was a waste of her day's calories, especially in a city flooded with food options.
Facebook's Zuckerberg to take two months paternity leave
A strong statement from one of the busiest and most powerful US executives on the importance of family time.
Kim Dotcom's MegaNet a 'preposterous pipe dream'
Eccentric entrepreneur's 'new private internet' is 'brittle, unforgiving and only applicable to very unusual people', security expert says.
Ten Australian companies receive grants from federal fund to commercialise innovative ideas.
The globe-trotting journey of an Aussie hackathon troupe
Team Australia took away much more than a prize: friendships and stories to last a lifetime.
Online payment providers duel for supremacy
The proliferation of smartphones is presenting a once-in-a-generation opportunity to introduce a new paradigm.
'It will get worse before it gets better'
Australian government agencies and organisations are increasingly vulnerable to a major cyber attack yet security has not evolved in more than 20 years, according to an international cybercrime expert.
Officials picked up 'chatter' on possible France assault, then were blocked by encryption
Intelligence officials in Europe and the US were picking up 'chatter' as early as September about a potential Islamic State-related attack on France but lost the ability to track the exchanges when the militants switched to encrypted communications.
Inside NSA's secret school
Leonard Reinsfelder's wife found a note on her car as she was leaving a shopping centre one day: 'Have your husband give us a call. We think we could use him.'
Atlassian finally goes public, filing for IPO in the US
Atlassian, the Australian maker of development and collaboration software for companies, has filed to go public in the US.
From AFL star to Big Apple start-up, Swift's Joel MacDonald is kicking goals
Two years ago Joel MacDonald was in Melbourne playing in the AFL; now he's kicking goals in New York.
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