Microsoft’s Australian Tech.Ed event kicked off on the Gold Coast yesterday, with many of Australia’s leading technology professionals in town for the conference.
Monthly Archives: August 2011
Five years ago, Envato’s co-founders started the company from a lounge room. Today, it’s celebrating much success, taking the world by storm with an array of different websites now being viewed by millions of online users each month.
Victorian Minister for Technology Gordon Rich-Phillips today revealed a new $2 million program which the Victorian government hopes will boost ICT skills in the state.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia has revealed a number of initiatives that will be undertaken over the coming months that will at long last move the company a step closer to unifying the Three and Vodafone brands.
Australian retailer Harvey Norman says it expects Hewlett-Packard (HP) to offer a solution this week for local customers, after those snapping up the company’s discounted TouchPad tablets discovered an apparent lack of accessories in stock.
Google Australia has recently begun promoting its Chrome OS platform to Australian business representatives attending the company’s Apps seminars.
Internode has today released its public response to the NBN Co’s draft Multicast plan released earlier this month.
The first of a new trilogy of Halo games, Halo 4 finally has some concrete details revealed at this weeks PAX conference.
The amazingly entertaining Video Games Live will be arriving on Australian shores some time next year, visiting many of the country’s major cities.
Samsung and Apple returned to the Australian Federal court today in the patent battle surrounding Samsung’s Galaxy Tab device.