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Do you have a creative concept for a mobile, web or cloud app? Then how does this sound? An award from one of Australia’s...
The rollout will continue, since the government has paid Telstra $11 billion to get access to its network. So we will get an NBN in one form or another. The only question is the technology and the time frame.
What have I been doing wrong? Coiling cables. Last week, I was coiling up my laptop cable after a meeting and an engineering type grimaced...
There has been a lot of announcements in the world of real-world interaction with computers. We've had LeapMotion, MYO, plants and invisible forces. But now,...
Harry Potter had one. But, it can be argued that Wonder Woman invented the concept. And now, well, it seems we might be able to...
If you're not sure where you're going, chances are, you pull out your smart phone. Within a few simple taps, you know where you are,...
After watching Back to the Future, I was wondering how far away are we from having flying cars. It seems like the future is almost here. Finally.
This billboard has two messages. One is hidden from adults, only children can see it. It's advertising at its most powerful and best.
With nanotechnology, both these things are possible. And, that's just the start. Nanotechnology startups are developing things that really will change the world.
Beer bottles fitted with LED lights, sound and motion detectors! Heineken takes beverage packaging to a whole new level.
It seems that every company now has boffins designing the improbable. I mean, how likely is it that someone would invent a way to interact with plants that creates music?
Without them, all digital startups are nothing. That's right, I'm talking about the techs. Ruby on Rails or PHP? Oh, it's the big questions that are not answered in this video.
For anyone who has ever coded anything, you will know that smug sense of self satisfaction that you get when it actually works. That sense of achievement. The sense that you created something.
I'm still having fun with my Pebble. It's great for letting me know who has just texted me while I'm in a meeting. It's...
Gone are the days when we have to borrow someone’s expertise to decipher Mother’s telegram, asking us not to forget to pick up some milk on the way home. We simply talk more today than ever before. World leaders are voted in only if they are deemed to have utilised these communication platforms often and eloquently enough.
With the prevalence of digital media and online sharing, an Australian company, Veridocx, has launched a cost effective way for people to protect their intellectual property and digital files.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Stoner today announced the latest round of funding from Screen NSW’s $3 million Interactive Media Fund (IMF) established to support the creation of new digital content in NSW.
They have developed an online bookings system. The paper-free system replaces the traditional pen and paper fill-out-these-forms procedure. What’s more, they also have an appointments app, how cool is that?
The Australian Government has developed a suite of free iPad apps which will enable business owners to create new business, marketing and emergency plans right on their iPads.
The upcoming Email Marketing Summit Australia, slated for October, has snagged Jeanniey Mullen as its keynote speaker. Mullen is a guru in the world of email marketing campaigns, serving as head of Zinio, a world leader in digital publishing services and products. Mullen also heads up VIVmag, the world’s first fully digital luxury magazine for women. She has also founded The Email Experience Council, which is the world’s first and largest email marketing organization.