Running Adobe Photoshop on the Linux operating system is becoming real thanks to development work funded by Google.
Stories by Howard Dahdah
Nanotechnology researchers have developed a shirt that brings new meaning to the slogan power to the people. They claim that what you wear may soon be enough to power your MP3 player.
Telstra's NextG service is about to get even speedier. Its 3G customers will soon be offered downloads speeds that near and then surpass what is currently available to users on the ultra fast wired ADSL2+ service.
A mysterious anti Church of Scientology group is using YouTube and other social networking sites to gather people for a day of action against the church on Sunday, February 10.
iiNet customers will now get free access to the most popular football competition in the world, the English Premier League.
A new system that cobbles together technology and software smarts is putting golfers' swings under the microscope - well in this case two digital video cameras - in order to lift their handicaps.
A forum set up to assist users of MYOB accounting software has been so heavily crippled by spam that users have now been forced to join other help forums, and its owner to offload the site to somebody who can better manage it.
UPS provide Eaton has recalled some of its products due to safety concerns.
TAFE NSW will offer Nortel certifications as part of an expanding curriculum aimed at meeting unified communications demand.
The CDMA cut-off date has been pushed back several months after the Federal Communications Minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, said on Friday that he was not convinced as yet of the "equivalence" between Telstra's Next G and older CDMA network.
Linux and High Performance Computing go hand in hand. So to see what Australian users have been doing with Linux and HPC, this year's linux.conf.au is holding a Birds of a Feather session on the topic. Before the session kicks off we take time to speak to the BoF coordinator Anthony David. During the working day David works for SGI as the onsite engineer for the Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing (APAC). Here, we ask him about the state of HPC in Australia and where it is heading. The following responses are his own personal beliefs and not that of his employer.
Simon Horman works as a software engineer for VA Linux Systems Japan. In his downtime he also busies himself working on open source projects such as kexec-tools, kexec for Xen IA64, the Linux Virtual Server Project, and the Linux High-Availability Project, which seeks to provide high availability clustering solutions for Linux. At this year's linux.conf.au in Melbourne, Horman will leave his Tokyo base to participate in the conference and to help organise the informal Linux HA Birds of a Feather session. He speaks to Howard Dahdah ahead of his arrival.
It is proving to be the email that wont go away. The Australian Tax Office is again warning people about a fraudulent email that claims to offer recipients a tax refund.
Nearly half of Australian households have broadband connections, the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed on Thursday.
It is not every day that an IT company asks its customers to fork over $700,000 for an empty shipping container, but that is exactly what Sun is hoping some of its local customers will do as it showcases its data centre-in-a-box this week, called Project Blackbox.