Written by: David Swan | Published in: Business ITSlowing international student numbers are still a problem for Australia's universities, but one app developer may have an answer.
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Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: Government Tech PolicyLegislation passed in the Senate yesterday will allow Australia to be part of a growing international posse of nations saddling up to take on cyber criminals.
NASA has signed an agreement with Space Adventures to conduct an international competition for students. From around the world, students will get the chance to design experiments. The two best will be performed on the International Space Station.
Written by: David Swan | Published in: MobilitySocial networking behemoth Facebook has fired a salvo to mobile messaging servers, with the company now allowing users to send messages from their mobile without even having a Facebook account.
Written by: David Swan | Published in: MobilityThe Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) today announced the release of an iPhone application that makes information about agricultural and veterinary chemicals registered in Australia instantly accessible to people on the move.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: MobilityUK-based Globalgig has launched an international data roaming service - available initially only in the UK, US and Australia - for which users pay rates comparable to domestic data.
Written by: David Swan | Published in: MobilityeBay Australia’s second annual Mobile Shopping Study has declared fashion and electronics as the two leading categories for mobile shopping, with each a billion dollar sector in Australia.