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Here’s why Australia’s tech sector keeps getting rolled in Canberra

“Uniformly horrendous.” “Completely ineffectual”. “They are so bad at this.” These are some of the descriptions current and former high level political staffers give you when you ask them about the influence and standing of tech lobbyists in Canberra. The question was worth asking last week after new laws proposed in the wake of the Christchurch massacre that c… Technology ...

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Gain 3x users with effective social and game content moderation (VB Live)

Social networks today are undergoing a massive paradigm shift as companies realize that content moderation and positive reinforcement can actually increase user retention and encourage growth. Join veteran analyst and author Brian Solis, and Two Hat CEO Chris Priebe, to learn how moderation can make your social platforms safe, more engaging, and ultimately, more profitable. Register here for free. Most ...

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HU netwomen beat Lawrence Tech, 5-0, in IWU Invite

The Huntington University women’s tennis team beat Lawrence Tech, 5-0, on Friday, April 5, as part of the IWU Tennis Invitational that took place at six sites with 16 teams throughout the weekend. Marla Odendahl at fifth singles blanked Maria Nicholls, 6-0, 6-0, to pace the win, which only included three matches played as Lawrence Tech forfeited at sixth singles ...

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How Equinix enables multiplayer gaming across the internet

Jim Poole sees a lot of games coming through his network, only they’re not so readily identifiable as games. Poole is an executive at Equinix, one of the companies that supports the backbone of the internet. Equinix has data centers full of rows of server racks, each of them with processors and graphics processing units (GPUs) that can process games ...

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Over 21,000 students appear for CAT 2019 of CUSAT for B.Tech admission

KOCHI: As many as 21,412 students appeared for the Common Admission Test (CAT 2019) of Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) for admission to B.Tech courses at various centres on Saturday. However, 810 students could not appear for CAT here on Saturday, as the test scheduled at two test centres including Carmel College of Engineering and Technology at Punnapra ...

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Heath + Tech | Complementary technology in health

Technology improves overall management of healthcare. This is why we have seen an increase in digitisation efforts with respect to healthcare management. The University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) is already deep into its process of digitisation. Several other private hospitals are trying to follow suit and government facilities are moving step by step to digitise aspects of their ...

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Google and other tech giants are quietly buying up the most important part of the internet

Google makes billions from its cloud platform. Now it’s using those billions to buy up the internet itself — or at least the submarine cables that make up the internet backbone. In February, the company announced its intention to move forward with the development of the <a href="https://t.sidekickopen10.com/s2t/c/5/f18dQhb0S7lC8dDMPbW2n0x6l2B9nMJN7t5XZsQsW6YW2m2NbT3QZmLFN3J30yY19JW9f7zJflM03?t=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.prnewswire.com%2Fnews-releases%2Fgoogle-selects-equinix-for-curie-subsea-cable-landing-station-300791414.html&si=58074074… VentureBeat

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