The Australian Government is giving the Royal Flying Doctor Service $2.7 million to help fund its eHealth program.
The Federal Government yesterday announced a further seven broadband providers have been approved under the $163 million Australian Broadband Guarantee.
Microsoft has unveiled three new models of its Zune portable digital media players featuring touch-sensitive buttons for navigating the device, the ability to sync with wireless networks, and flash memory in two of them.
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While it may not pack the sales bang of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the latest edition of Sony Electronics' Reader Digital Book could turn some heads among gadget lovers when it is released this month.
Toshiba has unveiled a prototype version of its Gigabeat media player that's powered by a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) instead of a battery.
Digium, whose open source Asterisk IP PBX spawned a host of start-ups that commercialise the software, has bought up one of them because it has a better user interface than Digium's.
UK band Radiohead will let fans choose how much they want to pay for downloads of its next album.
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