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Fly the Flappy Blue Bird

FLY THE FLAPPY BLUE BIRD is a heart-pounding arcade action game with classic 8-bit style graphics. 4 DIFFERENT BIRDS to choose from...

April 20, 2014 By Monioko

Bouncy Blue Bird

BOUNCY BLUE BIRD is a heart-pounding arcade action game with classic 8-bit style graphics. Help the two Zookeepers and teach the Blue...

March 11, 2014 By Monioko

Follow us on BYO devices: Curtin CIO

Curtin University's chief information officer (CIO) Peter Nikoletatos believes that the private sector should look at higher education institutions to see how to implement a bring-your-own model for staff laptops and tablet devices.

April 12, 2011 by

Trinity College trial gives iPad a tick

A detailed report into one of Australia's first iPad roll-outs in an educational setting has recommended the popular Apple tablets be utilised by all staff and students, following positive results from a trial involving limited numbers of staff and students.

March 6, 2011 by

Playing with the big boys pays: Curtin CIO

Curtin University's chief information officer (CIO), Peter Nikoletatos told the 2010 Gartner Symposium yesterday that the Perth-based institution was an early adopter of new technologies thanks to its strong relationships with tier one 'supervendors' instead of smaller, easily acquired IT providers.

November 17, 2010 by

Macquarie Uni becomes iPad hub

Macquarie University this week revealed that it had already embraced "hundreds" of iPads to meet staff demand for the hyped Apple tablet, only months after the device launched in Australia.

October 27, 2010 by

Adelaide Uni gives students free iPads

The University of Adelaide will hand out free iPads to students enrolling in a science degree in 2011, claiming the new Apple tablets will revolutionise the way science is taught at the institution.

September 12, 2010 by

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