Gaming Dev News, Features, and Interviews

  • Fear, uncertainty and delays: The NBN in Tasmania

    Tasmanian business is desperate for certainty over the future of the National Broadband Network rollout in the state, according to witnesses that appeared before a Hobart hearing of the Senate’s Select Committee on the National Broadband Network.

    04 Feb. 14 13:41 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • ANZ Innovyz expands to startup graduates

    ANZ Bank and Innovyz announced they will expand their accelerator program to include companies that have graduated from the startup phase.

    15 Aug. 13 10:08 Written by Adam Bender
  • Deakin crowdsources funding to discover what makes gamers tick

    Why is it that Australians see playing footy on the weekend to be nothing sneer-worthy, but admitting to spending the odd afternoon playing World of Warcraft marks you as a bit of a weirdo? And why is it that so many Australians who wouldn't consider themselves gamers pass the time in the sardine-can-like confines of public transport propelling birds at green pigs?

    16 May 13 11:44 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Windows 8 apps feature at App Fest 2012

    Volunteering for natural disasters, finding cheaper petrol and helping children with diabetes might become easier in the future for Windows 8 device users if the inaugural App Fest 2012 winners have their apps published.

    17 Sept. 12 13:37 Written by Hamish Barwick
  • In pictures: Tech Ed 2012 Hyped party

    Tech Ed 2012 culminated with the annual Hyped party on Thursday night. Delegates had a choice of sports, comedy, gaming or laser tag to keep them entertained. Photos supplied by Microsoft.

    14 Sept. 12 11:11 Written by Hamish Barwick
  • R18+ games legislation hits parliament

    Minister for home affairs, Jason Clare, has introduced legislation into parliament that will pave the way for an R18+ classification for video games. The state and territory governments will also have to introduce legislation to allow adults only games.

    15 Feb. 12 13:42 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • iGEA cautiously backs R18 games classification guidelines

    While the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (iGEA) has welcomed the proposed Guidelines for the Classification of Computer Games, it is concerned about references in the document to the high impact of games on players.

    07 Nov. 11 09:42 Written by Hamish Barwick
  • Datasquirt halves FY11 loss

    Enterprise communications solutions provider Datasquirt (ASX:DSQ) narrowed its net loss 51% to NZ$599,000 ($519,000).

    29 Aug. 11 19:00 Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling
  • Fed Govt distances R18+ games from Norway violence

    Federal Minister for Home Affairs, Brendan O'Connor, has sought to distance the government’s push for an R18+ classification for video games from the mass violence in Norwayat the weekend.

    25 July 11 09:18 Written by Tim Lohman
  • Attorneys-general back R18+ games classification

    The two day meeting of the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General has endorsed the idea of an R18+ classification for video games. The in principle decision was backed by all states and territories, with the exception of NSW Attorney-General, Greg Smith, who abstained.

    22 July 11 15:15 Written by TechWorld staff
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia Play review

    The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is a gaming focused Android smartphone launching next week in Australia on Optus and Telstra.

    03 June 11 10:07 Written by TechWorld staff
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