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  • Malcom Turnbull talks to Elon Musk, knew batteries were the solution in 2015

    Today Australia’s Prime Minister had a conversation with Tesla founder Elon Musk. The talks involved a possible battery storage option for to assist Australia’s energy issues, particularly in South Australia. Today’s discussion came on the back of an offer from Musk to build 100mWh PowerPack system in less than 100 days,...
  • Turnbull and Pyne try out Microsoft HoloLens

    Malcolm Turnbull and Christopher Pyne have tried out Microsoft HoloLens. The Prime Minister and Minister for Industry, Innovation & Science, visited SAAB Australia in Adelaide to check out the mixed reality headset (previously augmented). Saab Australia have been working with Microsoft to build simulation and education solutions in civil and military applications. During...
  • Australian can launch cyber attacks, are our hackers world class?

    Today the Australian Government has confirmed what we suspected for a long time, that we have the capability to launch a cyber attack. Why would Australia want to do that? Well in defending a countries assets, you can no longer rely on physical military forces as the threats are often...
  • Pointing fingers is easy, solving the NBN mess is not, finally we’re talking about it

    The 2013 election should have been fought on the back of the significantly different approaches to building the NBN. Almost no other election issue will effect the entire Australian population at some point in their life and as Australia’s largest infrastructure project with significant taxpayer costs, everyone should have been...
  • Can Australia innovate its way out of debt ?

    Yesterday Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, with Industry, Innovation and Science Minister, Christopher Pyne, announced his innovation agenda for Australia’s future. This package of strategies are designed to stimulate the #IdeasBoom, unlocking the creativity and innovative thinking that lives inside many Australians and turn that into jobs. Startups are risky ventures...
  • Turnbull pitches NBN policy at NBN Forum in Wodonga

    This afternoon Malcolm Turnbull was in Wodonga at an NBN Forum to sell the opposition’s policy. He begun by explaining that they are not opposed to the National Broadband Network and that faster broadband for Australia is a good thing. As we know the coalition’s policy has come a...