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  • Australian First: RMIT offering Apple’s Swift coding curriculum

    In an Australian first, Melbourne’s RMIT University has announced they are offering a new Apple App Development course using Swift curriculum which has been developed by Apple to teach app development techniques to all ages. Since creating the Swift programming language three years ago, Apple has poured huge resources...
  • DreamLab expands to iPhone: Help cure Cancer with your smartphone

    The DreamLab concept is simple, yet amazing. Launched just under two years ago on Android Phones it is finally available on iPhone allowing all smartphone users to play a role in helping to find a cure for cancer. Created by the Vodafone Foundation in partnership with the Garvan Institute,...
  • Pizza at the beach? Easy – Domino’s now delivery “Anywhere”

    For those who love a pizza there’s been one issue restricting your options when it comes to ordering Pizza with your mates – location. Today, Domino’s announce a new “Anywhere” feature, allowing you to order at the park, beach or anywhere. Normal fast-food ordering apps require a specific street...
  • Fox Vision app gets an update ahead of Bathurst this weekend

    After launching an innovative lap ahead of the 2016 Bathurst 1000, the team at Fox Sports are back with a new version of the “Fox Vision” app, designed to be a companion app for those watching the big race this weekend. The app this year features a 180 degree...
  • Honey, where are my keys?

    If you’ve ever asked the common question about your missing car/house keys then this product applies to you. If you have a bag which you travel with often then this bag is also for you. In fact, if there is an item that is important to you and needs...
  • Oops, did Maccas just reveal the next iPhone in an email about their app?

    Where there’s smoke there’s fire – or, there’s an App developer and graphic designer toying with the folks who are most keen on any slice of Apple device info (ie: me). McDonalds sent an email to users of their MyMacca’s ordering app today, and it gave them a great...
  • Rydo – the Taxi booking app that actually works

    This is the story of the little app that could – it could just win people back to the traditional Aussie Cab – because it just bloody works.  Rydo is an Aussie taxi app that does some innovative things to make the experience a good one for passenger and...
  • New features for Ingogo taxi app: add drivers as a favourite

    Despite the taxi industry not realising it, one of the reasons for the success of taxi booking apps like Uber is the ability to rate both drivers and passengers to ensure a quality experience. Aussie taxi app Ingogo has taken that feature and expanded it to make it very...
  • Optus adds NatGeo to it’s streaming offering for customers

    It was’t long ago you had to invest in a long term contract with Foxtel to get access to the kind of content on offer at National Geographic, and – for that matter – sport like the English Premier League.  But all that is changing with the telco battle...
  • Foxtel won’t give their highest paying customers Chromecast support

    Just when they were doing well, two steps forward, three steps back, Foxtel have dudded their most loyal, highest paying and largest customer base. A few weeks ago I tried the new Foxtel Now streaming service, it’s a huge leap forward for them given it’s HD streaming and Chromecast...
  • Know who’s calling: Whitepages introduces new smartphone feature

    When the Australian Tax Office calls, do you know it’s them?  When the local council is on the phone are you ready to take their call about your rates?  An update to the White Pages app will tell you who’s calling when the number isn’t in your phone. You know...
  • Exclusive: Digital Drivers Licence trials begin in NSW

    Late last year, the NSW Government announced that certain licences such as Recreational Fishing and RSA licences would become digital licences within the Service NSW smart phone app. This is addition to being able to manage your fines within the same app. This was a promising sign that our...
  • 10-year-old Aussie app developer meets Tim Cook at WWDC San Jose

    What were you doing when you were 10 years old?  Meet Yuma Soerianto, this little fella from Melbourne won a Scholarship from Apple to attend the annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose. His application was a bit difficult, because it requires the applicant to use Apple’s “Swift Playground”...
  • Coffee States of Origin

    Australians love their coffees, it’s part of the morning ritual, it’s what switches them on again at 3pm and a walk to the cafe is the new “water-cooler chat”. We’ve moved into a space where we can order our coffee on that walk to the nearby cafe and have...
  • CASA Drone app launches: Can I fly here? Simple yes or no answers finally.

    After touting the imminent launch of their own “can I fly there” app – CASA created a bit of interest in just how they would translate regulations in place into an easy to use one stop app for drone owners.  Turns out, they’ve nailed it. Working with Drone Compiler,...
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