Changes to the App Store and the way consumers and developers can purchase apps and subscriptions has been announced by Apple that will hopefully keep developers and consumers happy, and end US court action against the tech giant - along with setting up a fund to help small US developers.
Instaclustr and the University of Canberra have entered into a partnership to help boost Australia’s job ready skills in the IT sector, with a new professional course launched to create Instaclustr-certified developers for Apache Kafka, along with free entry pathway available for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student.
GitLab released its fifth annual DevSecOps survey today showing the COVID-19 pandemic enforced the broad adoption of remote work, which in turn energised teams to focus on embracing cutting edge DevOps technologies such as Kubernetes, machine learning/artificial intelligence (ML/AI) and cloud computing.
Ransomware operators are catholic in their approach to breaking into businesses, and the size of a business really appears to be of no import. A good example of this is the compromise last week of a small businessman from Ohio whose annual turnover is barely US$150,000 (A$194,687).
With the iOS App Store well known to outsell the Google Play store, and with iOS regularly getting apps first, with a big recent example being Clubhouse that is still iOS only, Apple has noted that "despite the economic impact of COVID-19, the Australian app economy is driving consistent growth with 156,000 jobs as of January 2021, an increase of 15% since 2019 and up from 113,000 in 2017."
Cloud services and hosting provider Hostopia Australia has appointed IT industry expert Gerald Bachlmayr to a newly created role of Chief Architect - AWS Cloud.
The fact that even a company valued at US$2 trillion (A$2.7 trillion) has to sometimes heed public sentiment has been aptly illustrated by Apple announcing overnight that it would be lowering its take on apps sold from its App Store to 15% for small businesses that pull in less than a million.
Australian-listed blockchain and AI focused mobile games developer Animoca Brands has secured an exclusive global licensing agreement with Dorna Sports - owners and managers of the MotoGP - to develop a 'manager' style blockchain game which will use digital collectibles to drive fan engagement and uptake.
Many start-ups need to develop a website or mobile app for their business, but if you don’t have a background in app development and you are short on funds, how can you do it and where would you even start?
Darwin-based business systems developer Radical Systems has won the 2017 Motorola Solutions public safety hackathon.
The Genetec Australian Application Development Centre will focus on expansion into application solutions for the retail, banking, public safety, government and transport sectors.
Promised for “late June”, the highly anticipated first public beta of iOS 11 should arrive this week, and I’ll be installing it – but should you?
iOS 10 arrives in the Australian spring, when new iDevices arrive, and while the iPhone 4S is no longer supported, there are tonnes of great new features to look forward to.
In just a few hours, Apple’s highly anticipated 2016 WWDC keynote will kick off, and should announce iOS 10, a new macOS, Siri on the Mac and maybe even new Macs and more.
Apple has set the dates for WWDC 2016, which from 13 to 17 June will see Apple’s developer community come together from around the world to learn Apple’s latest and greatest.
Apple’s OS programmers are moving quickly to new versions, with the first betas for all of Apple’s major operating system updates having arrived.
Accounting software provider MYOB says it has reached a milestone with 2,000 developers attracted to its API partner program in just two years.
Apple would surely be concerned if App Store sales started going backwards, but the company is still entitled to crow when new sales records are set.
The team behind BioShock 2 and recent flop The Bureau: XCOM declassified has reportedly been forced to lay off a high number of staff, and may have closed down altogether.
Export success could ironically result in a Victorian software company moving its global support operations offshore in the absence of appropriate industry development measures.
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