IN-DEPTH REVIEW: Borders' Kobo e-book readerview story

http://apcmag.com – Borders' Kobo is one of the best ebook readers launched in the Australian market, and at $199, it's perfect for people who don't want to splash out on a Kindle or iPad. (IT news)

Linux to dominate Australia through T-Box and Androidview story

http://apcmag.com – commentary In just a few years, almost every Australian will be using the open source Linux OS in their everyday personal or professional lives. (IT news)

Heart attack survival not good in some neighborhoodsview story

http://www.itwire.com – According to a June 2010 paper, people in poorer, lower educational neighborhoods have a much higher chance of having a heart attack. And, when they do have heart attacks, they are less likely to have someone perform CPR on them.   (IT news)

Australia develops more solar energy through NANOPLASview story

http://www.itwire.com – The Victoria-Suntech Advanced Solar Facility made its first formal public appearance on Tuesday, June 1, 2010. The operations of the facility will help commercialize NANOPLAS, a nanoplasmonic solar cell technology being researched and developed by Swinburne University of Technology and Suntech Power Holdings. (IT news)

REMIX redux - chatting with Microsofties at REMIX 10view story

http://www.itwire.com – It's the end of day one at Microsoft's REMIX conference in Melbourne, and I had a chance to chat with some of Microsoft's executives on the direction they're taking in bringing Windows Phone 7 to market and the rest of the topics being showcased and discussed, from questions about Windows 8 to the level of adoption we're seeing for touch technologies and more! (IT news)

Australia's fasted Linux computerview story

http://www.itwire.com – Hot on the heels of yesterday's Top500 supercomputer announcement comes a reminder that Australia is a significant player in the field with the only NVidia CUDA research centre in the southern hemisphere. (IT news)

Schools CIO lacks anti-Abbott planview story

http://www.itwire.com – Stephen Wilson, chief information officer of the NSW Department of Education and Training does not have a Plan B for making computers available to state school students if the Federal Opposition makes good its threat to pull the plug on the Digital Education Revolution if elected to Government. (IT news)

Lack of data colours green debateview story

http://www.itwire.com – A third of Australia’s IT managers never see their power bill, leaving them with no incentive to reduce it through green IT initiatives. (IT news)

Windows Phone 7 - Microsoft's Brave New Worldview story

http://www.itwire.com – Windows Phone 7, due to hit stores by Christmas according to Microsoft, signals a substantial shift in Microsoft’s focus, the user experience and how OEMs will be limited in what they can do to customise Microsoft’s mobile OS. (IT news)

LogMeIn Ignition unlocks the power of iPadview story

http://www.itwire.com – While enthusiasts and gadget junkies scratch their heads wondering what they are going to do with their newly purchased iPad, remote access provider LogMeIn already claims to have the killer app for business users. (IT news)

Nintendo hit the road to find best Mario impersonatorview story

http://www.itwire.com – Nintendo Australia will tour the country in June and July, showing off Super Mario Galaxy 2 and looking for the lands greatest Mario voice impersonator. (IT news)

OptiComm's Tasmanian NBN network ops centre opens - UPDATEDview story

http://www.itwire.com – OptiComm has opened its network operations centre for the Tasmanian NBN, in the Hobart suburb of Derwent Park. (Based on information from Hills Industries, we reported initially that the NOC was in the Hobart suburb of Cambridge. NBN Co has since said it is in Derwent.) (IT news)