Just in time for the start of the AFL season, Internode announced Friday it will provide free, round-the-clock Wi-Fi throughout the MCG stadium, under a three-year deal with the Melbourne Cricket Club.
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MySpace.com unveils the top 10 apps that Aussie's go to for their entertainment fix.
Vodafone Australia has announced its rural high speed 3G network will go live during the first week in May 2009.
Vodafone Australia customers can now stay on-top of their mobile phone spending habits with the launch today of a new desktop application.
Corporate crime scenes could be cleaned up in minutes, not hours, thanks to locally developed technology that uses extreme heat to reveal fingerprints.
The latest update to Google Earth contains some new terrain imagery around eight different parts of Australia.
Social networking Web sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and other technologies like IM and VoIP, are better connecting the young with the old, and strengthening family relationships, according to a new survey.
A bankruptcy protection filling in the US will lift the debt burden imposed on Primus Telecom Australia from its parent company.
The Australian communications watchdog has modified its complaints handling process following the forced removal of a link to a prohibited Web site.
Westpac has received a slap on the wrist by the communications watchdog for making prohibited telemarketing calls to its customers.
Telcos have been told to lift their standards and fix proliferating problems or face action by the industry regulator.
The Victorian Sheriff’s Office has splurged $1.6 million on a communications platform to track and monitor its 167 vehicles.
The NSW government has spent more than $5 million issuing police with portable digital fingerprint scanners to stop criminals weaseling out of fines, arrest warrants, court appearances and breaches of bail.
The world’s young tech and Web 2.0 guru’s have featured prominently in the World Economic Forum’s annual list of Young Global Leaders, announced Wednesday.
Microsoft researcher Don Syme talks about the development of F#, its simplicity when solving complex tasks, the thriving F# community and the future ahead for this fuctional programming language.