Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is investing in a next-generation telescope which will generate more information than has been collected in the history of radio astronomy.
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Two Australian IT recruitment firms have joined forces which will bring together expertise to provide service support across all IT&T recruitment areas.
Australian Federal Police officers have seized "among the worst" images of child abuse they have seen following a global sting of an online network sharing images and videos of sexually abused children.
The innate intelligence of ants is helping Australian-based scientists develop prosthetic limbs that respond to brain signals in groundbreaking research that could change the lives of amputees.
New software has been released that turns GPS enabled GSM mobile phones into sophisticated personal tracking devices.
Google Australia has released the nation’s hottest search topics for 2008, with Olympic gold medalist and Facebook scandal queen Stephanie Rice, and US President-elect Barack Obama among our favourites.
The World Internet Project has released the results of its first ever global survey of Internet use.
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With an abundance of projects on the cards for 2009, the outlook for IT recruitment remains positive, according to Melbourne-based IT recruiter Peter Acheson.
The Australian Football League (AFL) has partnered with Melbourne-based voice recognition company, Inference Communications, to keep on the top of the deluge of calls it receives from supporters during the season.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has joined the social networking site Twitter, following the trend set by Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull last month and US President-elect Barack Obama.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) this week issued a final decision to reject Telstra's request to be exempted from providing certain regulated fixed line services to Optus.
Charles Sturt University in Western NSW has launched a new Bachelor of Information Technology (Business Services) degree, jointly developed by IBM.
Independent contracting is the occupation of choice for 20 per cent of Australia’s workforce, and is most prevalent in the Communications Services industry, according to preliminary research conducted by Monash University.
Package and mail forwarding provider Bongo International has launched a service in Australia that allows consumers to shop at US-only retail sites and have their goods shipped to a US address to be then forwarded onto Australia.