Sony will offer software development kit for Android developers in November. The PlayStation Suite SDK will allow developers to create games for 'PlayStation Certified' devices.
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Nokia has revealed that its N9 smartphone will be available on Optus, Telstra and Vodafone, as well as from a range of retailers including Dick Smith, JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman.
Blog Macpost has published pictures it has received from a Chinese part supplier that appear to be of casing for the iPhone 5.
Telstra has joined the likes of Amazon EC2, Fujitsu and IBM, receiving Red Hat certification for its public Cloud offering.
Drupal services and hosting behemoth Acquia has used DrupalCon London to announce the 'Acquia Apps Market' for customers of its Acquia Network service.
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) has partnered with Zend Technologies to offer two PHP training short courses.
Internet service provider Internode today announced that it had rolled out optional IPv6 networking for its customers. The announcement came after a 20-month trial.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) has finally made it to the big city, with the NBN this morning being switched on for the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick. The First Release area includes around 2700 households, but only 52 per cent have signed on for a lead-in to the fibre network, NBN Co has revealed. Fourteen customers have so far been hooked up.
Communications minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, has revealed that a memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) and his department.
Communications minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, today revealed the first regions that will receive the National Broadband Network's 12 megabits per second (12Mbps) fixed wireless service.
A report by Deloitte Access Economics pegs the direct contribution of the internet to Australia's economy at $50 billion in 2010 -- 3.5 per cent of Australia's GDP and just $3 billion short of retail and education/training.
NBN Co has announced the dates for the start of construction of the National Broadband Network's Second Release sites in NSW, Queensland and the ACT.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's SCAMWatch has warned of a new remote access scam, with perpetrators impersonating Telstra or BigPond employees and requesting remote access to a mark's computer.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 won't launch in Australia until a patent stoush with Apple is resolved. According to a Bloomberg report, a lawyer for Apple yesterday told Federal Court Justice Annabelle Bennett that Samsung's tablet infringes 10 patents held by Apple.
The Defence Signals Directorate has certified the BlackBerry PlayBook for use by the government. The DSD stamp of approval now means government agencies can use the device for accessing data classified as 'protected' or 'restricted'.