Every Tuesday at 4.50pm, you can use your favourite radio app (such as the official RadioApp) to listen to Canberra's Radio 2CC 1206AM to hear Alex talking with Canberra Live host Leon Delaney on interesting tech topics of the week thus far!
Acer's new brand consists of high-performance devices that specifically meet the needs of creators, here is the full Australian launch video along with the details in this article!
Alvy Ray Smith is one of the living legends of our modern age, and his talk at the University of Sydney was a fascinating look at the history of the pixel, graphics, Pixar and plenty more.
Graphics processing hardware vendor Nvidia has announced the world’s first real-time ray tracing GPU. Words don’t do it justice; here you can see it for yourself.
Open source software developers in the motion picture and broader media industry now have a natural forum in the Academy Software Foundation, a joint creation of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and The Linux Foundation.
Prezi’s new app, Nutshell, combines the simplicity of photos, the compelling nature of video and the fun of animation for sharable cinematic narrative awesomeness!
Fans of collectible card games and of Pendleton Ward's zany Adventure Time cartoon can now rejoice; Card Wars, as featured in the show, is available to play on iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad.
The Angry Birds craze, which arguably should have died years ago, now has its own animated series.
Cutting Edge, which provides a variety of digital services to well-known TV and movie productions, has set up shop in Melbourne.
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Linux is becoming worse than Windows. :-(