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Qld’s bill for PsiQuantum advice revealed

Qld’s bill for PsiQuantum advice revealed

The Queensland government spent close to $2 million across just two contracts for external advice on its controversial investment in Californian startup PsiQuantum, Budget estimates has heard. The legal and consulting costs add to the almost $7 million in fees racked up by the federal government for advice and economic

Defence data centre support deal hits $2.6bn

Defence’s long-running data centre support deal with Leidos has surpassed $2.5 billion after the American defence and IT service giant picked up a $156 million top-up for its main contract earlier this year. In the space of three months, the contract, part of the department’s long-running centralised processing arrangement, has
$18m space manufacturing facility launches

$18m space manufacturing facility launches

Space research Trailblazer iLAuNCH has opened its $18 million advanced manufacturing facility at the University of South Australia. The 3D metal printing facility is located in Adelaide’s Camden Park, at the site of manufacturing group Stärke-AMG subsidiary VPG Innovation. The facility will support two UniSA-led additive manufacturing projects announced under
Google’s cookie phase out crumbles

Google’s cookie phase out crumbles

Google has abandoned plans to kill off pervasive user tracking technologies known as cookies after four years of effort on alternatives that sparked clashes with regulators and the advertising industry. In a major reversal announced on Tuesday morning, Google said it will continue to allow third-party cookies which track users

Qld’s bill for PsiQuantum advice revealed

Qld’s bill for PsiQuantum advice revealed
The Queensland government spent close to $2 million across just two contracts for external advice on its controversial investment in Californian startup PsiQuantum, Budget estimates has heard. The legal and consulting costs add to the almost $7 million in fees racked up by the federal government for advice and economic

Defence data centre support deal hits $2.6bn

Defence’s long-running data centre support deal with Leidos has surpassed $2.5 billion after the American defence and IT service giant picked up a $156 million top-up for its main contract earlier this year. In the space of three months, the contract, part of the department’s long-running centralised processing arrangement, has

$18m space manufacturing facility launches

$18m space manufacturing facility launches
Space research Trailblazer iLAuNCH has opened its $18 million advanced manufacturing facility at the University of South Australia. The 3D metal printing facility is located in Adelaide’s Camden Park, at the site of manufacturing group Stärke-AMG subsidiary VPG Innovation. The facility will support two UniSA-led additive manufacturing projects announced under

Google’s cookie phase out crumbles

Google’s cookie phase out crumbles
Google has abandoned plans to kill off pervasive user tracking technologies known as cookies after four years of effort on alternatives that sparked clashes with regulators and the advertising industry. In a major reversal announced on Tuesday morning, Google said it will continue to allow third-party cookies which track users