The Victorian Department of Health will release a Web app for its Better Health Channel (BHC) app, which will allow users to access it via Android devices, in mid-2012.
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The BlackBerry 7.1 operating system (OS) is now available for download in Australia from Optus and Vodafone.
A new report by accounting firm KPMG takes a look at the Cloud in Australia and estimates more than $3 billion could be added to the nation’s annual gross domestic product (GDP) in 10 years, as well as drive growth of start-ups and small businesses.
Bionic vision researchers intend to test a functional bionic eye on patients next year.
Southern Cross Cable Networks (SCCN) has extended its partnership with Australian Academic and Research Network (AARNet) to sponsor the Southern Cross Trans-Pacific Optical Research Test (SXTransPORT) project, which provides a high bandwidth connection for research and education purposes between Australia and other countries.
Apple was granted leave to file further evidence in its defence against Samsung, which brought the case against the iPhone maker for alleged patent infringement in the iPhone 3GS, 4, and 4S.
Internode has begun to sell national broadband network (NBN) fixed wireless services to the residents of Armidale in northern NSW.
The draft terms of reference for an inquiry into the use of copyright in a digital setting have been released for public comment.
The Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform (ANZRP) has become the second service provider to join the national e-waste recycling scheme, following DHL Supply Chain earlier this month.
iiNet and Internode customers will now be able to share access to the content libraries of each internet service provider without being charged from their monthly quotas.
Telstra has today unveiled the second 4G smartphone on the Australian market, with the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G available online today and at Telstra stores from tomorrow.
Social awkwardness between bus passengers may be a thing of the past, thanks to a new iPhone application designed to facilitate commuter interaction.
Three technology start-ups have gained entry to the Venture Incubator Space (VIS) workspace at the University of New South Wales. The VIS is located in the School of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), will provide students with the space and support needed to kick off their own IT startup.
The R18+ games classification legislation has passed without amendment in the House of Representatives, bringing Australia closer to an R18+ category for computer games.
Computerworld Australia attended the university's expo this week, held at its School of Computer Science and Engineering. The event began with tech start-ups pitching their business to find potential staff, customers and partnerships, as well as networking with other start-ups.