If the lack of Optus mobile coverage in specific locations in NSW, QLD and Tasmania is leaving you feeling black, Optus and the federal government's Mobile Black Spot programme will shine bright white with fresh new coverage.
Promising its new QLED TV "features direct full array, Bixby and ambient mode for even better picture quality, connectedness and convenience," Samsung's televisual onslaught will be televised.
The first communities to benefits from ‘improved mobile coverage’ under the ‘Mobile Black Spot Programme’ are Cheepie and Marlborough in QLD and Deniliquin in NSW.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has some suggestions for QLD Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to turn Queensland into Australia’s ‘leading digital economy’.
Microsoft Australia has teamed up with the Queensland state government to deliver its IT Academy certification program into 275 schools across the state.
An online survey shows 75 percent of Australian commuters would be likely to use public transport more often if free Wi-Fi was provided.
Queensland's Department of Education and Training has followed the lead of numerous other Queensland Government departments by selecting Melbourne-based software developer Resolve to implement a case management solution within its Legal and Administrative Law Branch (LALB).
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