Two mashups of open access government data, <i>Suburban Trends</i> and <i>Know where you live</i>, have taken out top honours in the MashupAustralia contest.
Stories by Kathryn Edwards
Cricketing legend Max Walker’s company Maxximiser, has joined the throng of Australian developers aiming to hit it big on the popular iPhone releasing an app for the the race that stops a nation.
Monash University will be migrating its 58,000 students over to Gmail next month.
Apple’s iPhone has spurred Australian smartphone shipments up 29 per cent year on year in the first half of 2009, according to research firm IDC.
Virgin Mobile has launched a new Wi-Fi modem, which lets users create mobile broadband networks.
Interview: PayPal's developer network senior director, Naveed Anwar, and VP, platform and emerging technologies, Osama Bedier
PayPal’s developer network senior director, Naveed Anwar, and VP, platform and emerging technologies, Osama Bedier, who were in Sydney for this week's Web Directions conference, chat to Computerworld about PayPal's plans to open its payment platform to third-party developers.
PayPal has announced a developer competition at Web Directions South in Sydney, and up for grabs is a trip to the PayPal conference in San Francisco next month.
The PIPE Networks undersea cable system, PIPE Pacific Cable (PPC-1), stretching from Sydney to Guam, was officially launched today at an event at Sydney’s Australian Technology Park.
The average entry-level salary for IT graduates has jumped $2,000 to $38,000 according to an annual survey by IT professional training company, Excom Education.
The Australian job market has risen again in September, but the IT sector is still playing catch-up, according to the latest results from the Olivier Job Index.
Speaking from Microsoft's Tech Ed event on the Gold Coast, Windows 7 commercial group lead and the woman responsible for the launch of Windows 7 in Australia, Sarah Vaughan, outlines the top five features of Windows 7 to make the lives of IT managers a little easier.
Out and about in the Tech Ed exhibition hall
Out of the 2500-odd IT professionals and developers at this year's Microsoft Tech Ed on the Gold Coast, only about 200 are women. The attendance of women is up 50 per cent from last year, but it's still a far cry from the number of men pouring through the doors.
Photos from Microsoft's annual IT professional meet
Microsoft has called upon IT managers to be more innovative and drive up operational efficiencies during the economic downturn at this year’s Tech.Ed user conference on the Gold Coast.