More than 1,500 state school teachers in Queensland have this week commenced training in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics as part of the state government's AU$3 million STEM professional development program.
With enterprise users of services from cloud vendors still needing to do integration work, Australian Treasury CIO Peter Alexander has said turnkey offerings are a misnomer.
Vodafone is adding a total of 26 new sites in the New England region, of which 18 will fall under the government's mobile blackspot program and the other eight will be of the company's own funding.
The release of a 12-month report card by the department tasked to deal with underage content posted on social media sites in the country has shown it conducted over 7,400 investigations into online child sexual abuse content.
Google updated Maps for the desktop, Android, and iOS today with visual improvements that should aid in your navigation this summer.
The South Korean memory chip maker saw its operating profit fall a steep 67.1 percent year-on-year due to falling prices of DRAM and will hope for a rebound in the second half when its new flagship smartphone launches.
Nervous IT pros might be tempted to deploy a little-known Windows 10 edition to simplify administration tasks. Ed Bott offers four questions to ask first.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is requesting telcos be more clear in the information they deliver to consumers about fixed broadband speed and performance.
The federal government has established an Australian Digital Health Agency, which will work with the public and private sectors in a bid to foster digital health innovation.
The relatively minor fine imposed by the state of Tennessee is the first time the firm has been dinged for unlicensed insurance sales, a problem it's worked to resolve.
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