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The regional airport operator is using BlinkMobile technology to introduce electronic forms and improve the efficiency of capturing data.
This week's apps are: Gmail, Fantastical, ACCC Shopper, Snapseed, NHSD, Carsales, Flight Specials, and Nexus 4 Stock Alert.
"Distressed motorists" lost in an Australian national park have blamed Apple's troubled Maps application for misdirecting them.
They demand the government to arrest Pakistan hacker Shadow008 for his alleged cybercrimes, which include defacing Bangladeshi sites.
Mac Pro users have long complained about a proper refresh of the Mac Pro line. Some have given up hope. However, the news that Apple might have a small manufacturing operation in the U.S. sounds perfect for the small batch, professional market machine.
Country's cybersecurity center will prevent and detect computer crime by monitoring network traffic, and assist critical infrastructure operators in the event of a cyberattack.
The Tasmanian government has put out a tender to find companies to assist with its Infrastructure as a Service plans.
Optus has confirmed that it will end its retail distribution agreements with reseller Allphones in June 2013.
Last year, we decided that 2011 had been IT's year of consolidation. Now, it seems like 2012 has been about vendors setting up their strategies for 2013, beyond cloud and BYOD and into big data.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority is looking to facilitate regional rollouts of 4G in Australia by opening up more 1800MHz spectrum to the mobile telcos.
Months after iOS 6's release, some users, especially iPhone 4s owners, are still reporting Wi-Fi problems. Will iOS 6.1 finally solve their connectivity woes?
Richard M. Stallman, founder of the Free Software Foundation, has proclaimed that Ubuntu Linux includes spyware. Ubuntu supporters disagree with this take.
Kevin and I are back with another podcast talking about the latest in mobile technology. This week's show includes a discussion of our most expensive mobile device, the Chevy Volt.
Financial services firms and their sensitive data provide tempting targets for hackers. Here's a look at the threat landscape and what the industry can do to protect itself from cyberattacks.
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The iPad may be a content consumption device but a lot of folks want to create content on the tablet. There is no Microsoft Office suite on the iPad (yet), but any one of these apps fill a lot of that void.
Available in Europe now for 150 euros, the 7-inch Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet is slated for release in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2013.