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The 6502 chip was used in many seminal computers - the Atari 2600, Atari 8-bit family, Apple II family, Nintendo Entertainment System, Commodore 64, Atari Lynx, BBC Micro, Kim-1, AIM-65 and others, and it is still sold today to enthusiasts. It's the chip that is being celebrated this World Computer Day, 2022, and there's a special free virtual event + networking on 10 Feb in the US (7am to 9am 11 Feb AEDT) - full details below!

Published in Home Tech

The ACMS is the Australian Computer Museum Society and it is having a ticketed event for the public this weekend, to officially open the National Computer Heritage Centre.

Published in Home Tech

INTERVIEW: Bitrix24 is an impressive all-in-one business workspace that delivers 35+ intergrated tools, challenging just about every major online player with an offering that does just about everything, and keeps on growing.

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INTERVIEW: Bitrix24 is an impressive all-in-one business workspace that delivers 35+ intergrated tools, challenging just about every major online player with an offering that does just about everything, and keeps on growing.

Published in Business IT

In just a few days time on February 15, it will be 75 years since the deployment of the first all-electronic, programmable computer at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, called ENIAC, which stands for an "Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer".

Published in IT Industry

As Peter Coroneos releases the next in a series of video interviews leading up the the big event, with Peter interviewing Macquarie Telecom co-founder Aidan Tudehope below, the numbers have now reached the venue limit of almost 400 guests.

Published in Development

The event of the decade approaches as tickets are nearly sold out for this landmark event which will see many of the luminaries of Australia’s internet community gather for a night of celebration and reflection.

Published in Development

Yesterday, Peter Coroneos sat down with Michael Malone in Centennial Park Sydney, to reminisce over some of the highs and lows of the last 30 years, as we wind down the final weeks until the 30th Anniversary of the Internet in Australia Celebrations.

Published in Development

In what could have been a scene from a political thriller, a fascinating 20-minute conversation took place on a park bench in Canberra yesterday between Alastair MacGibbon and Peter Coroneos, where the past, present and future of the Internet was discussed.

Published in Development

11 years ago, High Court Judge Michael Kirby gave a deeply insightful and occasionally hilarious keynote address "Four Parables of Regulating the Net" at the Internet Industry Association Gala dinner.

Published in Development

In a role reversal, the organiser of the 30th Anniversary of the Internet Gala Dinner on October 31, Peter Coroneos, interviews Alex Zaharov-Reutt about some of his memories of the Net over the past 30+ years, with both also looking at the Internet's future.

Published in Development

In this video, I interview former Internet Industry Association chief Peter Coroneos, the original architect of icode, who met up with former IIA board member and Crime Stoppers CEO, Peter Price to talk about the work, the trip to the White House and how the whole thing nearly fell apart during the infamous iiNet case.

Published in Development

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.

Published in Development

No longer facing only data theft or pillaging of servers with ransomware, APAC financial institutions are huge targets for monetary gain as attack sophistication reaches new levels, all while Kaspersky defends its honour, ethics and business from the US Government.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 21:32

History comes alive on new app

Bathurst based developers Appiwork has created an app that allows users to take themselves on a historic tour of New South Wales.

Published in Apps

Foxtel’s naked ambition has matched the reported nudity seen on the first episode of GoT season 5, with record breaking ratings for a subscription TV program.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 07 July 2014 13:07

Kids don't know what a Game Boy is

If you woke up this fine Monday morning not feeling old enough already, get a load of this - the latest video in the 'kids react to' series has targeted the Game Boy, released 25 years ago.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 25 June 2014 13:25

It's the Internet's birthday in Australia

It feels like a lifetime ago - 25 years ago this week Australia first connected to what became known as the Internet.

Published in Development
Thursday, 14 November 2013 16:29

Game Masters exhibition coming to Sydney

Sydney is set to turn into videogame central with the Game Masters exhibition arriving at the Powerhouse Museum next month for a six-month stint.

Published in Entertainment
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