Android is the world's most popular mobile OS, and knowing how to code for it can open the door to a myriad of jobs in the tech sector. While going back to school is one way to get started, the Android Development eBook Bundle can net you a complete coding education without the crippling student loans — — and you can learn at your own pace.
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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has made its final decision regarding the regulation of high-speed internet services supplied by non-NBN fixed line networks - and if they can pass the "NBN tax" charge to customers.
In a change from the draft decision, the ACCC is letting non-NBN networks to pass on the Government's proposed Regional Broadband Scheme charge on their customer lines to help fund NBN's supply of non-commercial regional fixed wireless and satellite services.
According to a recent Microsoft survey of Australian business leaders, 40% of companies are using or planning to use hybrid cloud solutions — set to rise a further 49% within the next 12 to 18 months. The most common roadblocks to cloud adoption: security concerns and staffing resources. That's where it pays to find the right independent tech partner. Here's what you need to know.
Today we got our first good look at Game of Thrones' seventh season, and boy howdy does it look like we're in for some dark times ahead. But while the trailer is suitably cryptic, if you've been paying close attention to the rumours surrounding this penultimate season, it paints an intriguing picture of the battles coming to Westeros.
I'm not joking when I say the Microsoft Surface Studio makes this sentence — pulled from the incredible video that Microsoft wrote to promote its new super-luxury, all-in-one PC, in the words of Willy Wonka's fantasies — come true. When you get face to face with the Surface Studio, and when you see what it can do, you can't help but think of all the possibilities of what you can do with it. It's incredible.
Our smartphones are pretty handy navigation tools, but fiddling with them while you're driving is not ideal. That's why every responsible driver should invest in a mount to keep their mitts on the wheel and far, far away from their phone. Thankfully, the ExoMount Universal Smartphone Car Mounts do just that with some no-nonsense engineering.
In sunny Australia, household rooftop solar can be a great way to generate some of your own power, and potentially save money off your electrical bill. Thanks to recent technology improvements and price reductions, home battery storage makes it possible to store the sun’s energy and use it again at night. But as more and more players enter the market, which option is right for you?
Sugar in the gas tank is one of those staples of miserable things you always heard that awful people do to other, often similarly awful people's cars. While nobody thinks sweeting your car's gas is a good idea, the actual results of putting sugar in a gas tank isn't all that well known. That's why it's nice to see someone actually give it a try, and evaluate exactly what happens.
This thing sucks. In a good way. The Samsung VR9300 is the most powerful robot vacuum cleaner that you can buy in Australia, and it's redesigned to be slimmer in profile than its predecessors to better slip underneath your couch and furniture to keep your house clean. Integrated Wi-Fi and a ceiling-mapping camera and onboard sensor suite means it'll guide itself around your property while you're away, and you can remotely control it to give your house a bit of a tszuj while you're out.
President Donald Trump is celebrating a ten-year, $US350 billion ($460 billion) arms deal with Saudi Arabia he announced over the weekend during his visit in Riyadh; $US110 billion of that figure will take effect immediately. Here's what $US110 billion dollars in nothing but the finest American weapons gets you these says.
A team of archaeologists have uncovered evidence from a remote cave on Thalanyji country in Australia's North West that pushes back physical proof of human occupation in Australia to around 50,000 years ago.
Once again, science is proving what Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have always known.
The southern stretches of the Monaro Highway make for a wholesome pastoral drive, passing fields full of cows and golden grass swaying in soft breezes. The road winds around hills and dams, at one point tipping up and over a crest to reveal an unexpected sight: thousands of solar panels shining in the hard Australian sun.
This is the Royalla Solar Farm — a paddock full of solar photovoltaic modules that together are capable of powering 4500 Canberra homes. And despite living in Australia's smallest territory, Royalla is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the ACT's solar accomplishments.