The Moovit local transport app is now officially serving selected Australian cities following a beta period that attracted more than 200,000 users.
New Zealand’s ‘first’ mobile wallet has been launched by local company Semble in a collaboration with mobile phone network operators 2 degrees, Spark and Vodafone.
New Zealand-based accounting software provider Xero is claiming 200,000 customers in Australia have now signed on to use their cloud software just five years after launching in the market.
iTWire has the full launch video from today’s LG 4K UHD TV event in Sydney: new 4K UHD TV, better colours, better upscaling and plenty more.
Microsoft is readying an assault on low cost ‘browser based’ computing – currently the domain of Google’s Chrome OS – with some low cost notebooks starting at US$149.
It would not be an exaggeration to say that no leader of the Debian GNU/Linux Project has had to cope with more troubling times than Lucas Nussbaum.
The new buzzword in flash memory is 3D. It stacks layers of storage cells vertically to create up to three times the capacity of planar (2D) NAND.
NBN Co is launching its Fibre to the Building service today.
Payment solutions provider PayStand has released the next-generation of its mobile app which it says is the first all-in-one mobile point of sale (mPOS) solution in the US to enable credit card, cheque and Bitcoin payments.
Rounding out the main carriers' offers, Telstra has announced its pricing for the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge.
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