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The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is the professional association for Australia's tech sector, and it has congratulated Anthony Albanese and the ALP on its success in winning the 2022 Federal Election.

Published in Government Tech

Originally meant to be held in February but postponed to May 11 and 12 due to COVID, the Tech In Gov conference in Canberra has clearly been a success, with a packed expo area during conference breaks, and tons of top companies in attendance.

Published in Business IT

With Anzac Day a significant part of Australia’s story since the first commemorations in 1916, it is exciting to see Amazon helping Aussies commemorate Anzac Day in a whole new way, in partnership with the State Library of Queensland.

Published in Home Tech

Australia's 2022-23 Federal Budget has certainly garnered a lot of commentary and opinions, with this fourth article showcasing the thoughts of more tech leaders in Australia and beyond - please read on!

Published in Business IT

We've received yet more great commentary from tech leaders regarding Australia's 2022-23 Federal Budget, so click here and read on!

Published in Government Tech

Here's more reaction from a range of top tech companies on Australia's 2022-23 Federal Budget - so please read on!

Published in Government Tech

We've already heard from the AIIA, but what is the reaction from a range of top tech companies in Australia?

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has praised the Federal Government’s commitment to invest in the digital economy and support skills in the Federal Budget, but what are its 24 recommendations?

Published in Government Tech

Thirty-six percent of Australians – equivalent to almost 7 million people – are looking to buy a new mobile in 2022, with the Apple iPhone at the top of Australians’ shopping list, according to a survey by comparison website Finder.

Google's I/O event is on 11 and 12 May in the US, but overnight, Google held its annual The Check Up event - an 80 minute event announcing several health innovations across Search, AI, YouTube, Fitbit and more.

Published in Home Tech

Epson was part of the Sustainable Brands 2022 event in Yokohama, (SB'22 Yokohama) which was a hybrid international conference held both online and at the Pacifico Yokohama North last month, with Epson having showcased its efforts to enhance sustainability in the fashion and apparel industry.

Published in Business IT

Australia's biggest telco, Telstra, and OneWeb, a low earth orbit (LEO) satellite communications company, have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore new solutions for improved digital connectivity across Australia and the Asia Pacific region.

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Apple's next event was long rumoured for 8 March 2022, and so it has come to pass, with Apple making the date public, and an iPhone SE with 5G expected, as well as a new 5G-enabled iPad Air, new Macs, and hopefully, a "one more thing" surprise.

Published in Home Tech

Huawei's share of smartphone sales has fallen since former President Trump banned the company from using Google's services, but that hasn't stopped Huawei from continuing to produce phones, tablets and computers, with a suite of new products arriving at MWC Barcelona 2022.

Published in Home Tech

When you want everyday value that still brings in premium features, when you want screens that have unique features to protect eyesight, when you want modern tech that won't break the bank, you'll want to have a look at TCL's range to see it all for yourself.

Published in Home Tech

Oz Comic-Con is returning to Brisbane for the first time since 2019, and is launching in a new "Homegrown" format that will showcase all the best pop culture has to offer, with all the usual panels, cosplayers, artists, content, gaming and plenty more Oz Comic-Cons are famous for!

Published in Home Tech

In 2022, World Computer Day has honoured the 6502 processor, powering Apple 1 and II, Atari, Commodore 64, Nintendo Entertainment System, the BBC Micro and others, following on from last year's inaugural World Computer Day, of Feb 15, 2021, which to celebrate the ENIAC's 75th birthday as the world's first all-electronic programmable computer, and to honour and continue honouring ENIAC's game changing breakthroughs - and many more milestones to come in computing's past, present and future.

Published in Home Tech

The Feb 10 and Feb 15 Zoom video calls of celebrations of the 6502 processor are embedded below, with both celebrating the 6502 chip's incredible impact and legacy, along with that of 6502 Co-Creator Bill Mensch, with the processor powering the Apple-1 and Apple II, Ataris, Commodore Pet, Vic 20 and the 6510 in the C64, BBC Micro, Nintendo Entertainment System and more, with sales of 6502 successors continuing even today.

Published in Home Tech

How the world worked in 2021 and what's in store for the future is the subject of HubSpot's 2022 Hybrid Work Report, so are we in for a Future Shock as Alvin Toffler predicted, or was the pandemic the biggest unexpected shock of them all?

Published in Business IT

It's your last chance to help decide the People's Choice for Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow, alongside the winners announced last week in this great nationwide competition challenging Australia's next generation of innovators seeking to unleash their creativity using STEM to help solve a social issue they are passionate about.

Published in Home Tech
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