Stan Beer has been involved with the IT industry for 39 years and has worked as a senior journalist and editor at most of the major media publications, including The Australian, Australian Financial Review, The Age, SMH, BRW, and a number of IT trade journals. He co-founded iTWire in 2004, where he was editor in chief until 2016. Today, Stan consults with iTWire News Site /Website administration, advertising scheduling, news editorial posts. In 2016 Stan was presented with a Kester Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to Australian IT journalism.
War torn Ukraine and its citizens at home and abroad are to get a digital health service as the result of a collaboration between the country's largest telco, a Netherlands based communications technology provider, and a nation-wide medical services and data system.
After 27 years, Microsoft has finally killed its once dominant web browser, Explorer, an announcement that is not likely to cause much concern among the majority of internet users, who have long since abandoned the product.
Consumer advocate CHOICE has revealed that three of Australia's largest retailers are using facial recognition technology in their stores, often without shoppers realising that they are being surveilled and their biometric information stored.
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