FB (Facebook) has totes embraced new lingo by being granted a patent to develop software that can detect Internet slang, commonly used on social media sites by youngins.
Stories by Rebecca Merrett
Virtual and augmented reality headsets like Facebook's Oculus Rift and Microsoft HoloLens will start to shift onto smartphones and mobile devices beyond 2017, according to Telsyte.
A newly leaked document on the National Broadband Network has revealed that nbn (the company) has trialled a low cost fibre-to-the-premise (FTTP) solution.
The CSIRO has signed a deal with Stile, an education technology startup, to develop digital resources in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
The level of protection most cybersecurity professionals can bring to an organisation is basic, according to a new global survey.
Transport for NSW will launch a 12-month 'Future Transport' program in April, where technologists can pitch their ideas to government around improving the state’s transport system.
Data and decision analysts, chief experience officers, online/cyber security chaperones – these are some of the roles that will dominate the workforce in the next few years, according to a new report.
For Rob James, running the technology for online sports betting business, William Hill, means everything he does has a direct impact on revenue.
Queensland government departments are not paying enough attention to security when implementing and adopting cloud computing, according to a recent report by the Queensland Audit Office.
People travelling in regional New South Wales will be able to plan their journeys through real time travel apps.
Software company Readify has put together a two-year graduate program for university leavers to train in a real working environment in the areas of development and programming, design and data analysis.
If there is one industry that knows what it means to be digitally disrupted, it's the media. With massive ongoing changes in the way people consume content – online, mobile and through social media channels – the media industry has had to quickly transition to digital, while also figure out new business models.
The University of Western Australia (UWA) has launched a high performance computing cluster, dubbed Pople, to support researchers studying gravitational waves following the recent breakthrough in this field of physics.
An Oracle consultant made contact with the Victorian education department's former deputy secretary, Darrell Fraser during the Ultranet tender process, breaking the rules of no communication, an investigation by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) has alleged.
The University of Adelaide has switched on Phoenix, a high performance computing (HPC) system that provides more than 4,300 of its researchers with the computing power they need to crunch large data sets.