Apple acquired the classical music streaming service and will release a stand-alone classical music app next year.
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Researchers at the University of the Sunshine Coast will develop an artificial intelligence app to help limit the devastating effects of Australian bushfires.
Porsche drivers in Australia get an app that lets them find, monitor and pay for parking without having to leave their cars.
Apple Music is about to get several new audio formats, but you may not have the hardware necessary to enjoy them.
In case you are looking for another good reason to order pizza, Pizza Hut Australia is creating App Clips of its Pizza Hut Australia app, making it even faster to get pizza from its ovens to your mouth.
Australia’s consumer watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), has released a report saying Apple and Google’s dominance in the Australian app market represents an unfair gateway between developers and consumers.
New Adobe research shows that Australians want a more diverse and inclusive list of emojis, including emojis that better represent racial identity.
Apple has told artists and labels that it pays out a penny per Apple Music stream, which is more than double what Spotify pays.
The Spotify iOS app now supports Voice Interactions that provide hands-free control of the app. Here's how it works.
Optus has launched the Optus Pause app allowing its customers to manage their time online by pausing connectivity.
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