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$30 million deal will see tiny med tech made in Australia

The ANU is one of four partners in a new $30 million deal that will see WearOptimo’s potentially life-saving Microwearable sensor technology be made in Australia.

MoodOff Day 2021: could you cope for five hours without your phone?

If you’ve ever been phubbed – that is, phone snubbed – and felt second best to a smartphone, challenge yourself and your nearest and dearest to go five hours without smartphones this Sunday, 28 February.

New cameras will target mobile phone use in cars

Mobile device detection cameras will be introduced in the second half of 2021 to target driver distraction and improve road safety.

Meet Vpply: ‘TikTok for jobs’

Australian-owned job board, Vpply, is connecting companies and job seekers through quick and engaging video, allowing candidates to showcase their personality without the need of traditional resumes. Founded in Sydney, Vpply was launched...

‘Who owns the data?’: Fitbits and private health data give pause for thought

Australians who unwrapped a Fitbit at Christmas likely plan to use the data it collects to improve their health; however, researchers warn there are data privacy concerns to consider.

New tech to help older Canberrans age at home

InteliCare CEO Jason Waller says families often make decisions about whether to enter aged care based on emotions and fear, not facts and data, and often the data points to being able to stay home.”

Technology could help with social distancing

Technology to assist with social distancing has been trialled at a recent event at the National Convention Centre Canberra.

Canberra home to new world ranked supercomputer

Australia’s newest supercomputer Gadi, stationed in Canberra, has ranked number 25 in the global TOP500 overnight.

Canberra Theatre launch free streaming service

The Canberra Theatre's new free streaming service utilises their facilities, supports local artists, and allows Canberrans to engage with the arts.

Webinar: A closer look at COVIDSafe

Since its launch one month ago, the COVIDSafe app has become one of the fastest-downloaded apps in Australian history; now a panel of experts will examine technology’s role in the fight against COVID-19.

What to expect from kids’ behaviour during isolation

Children’s routines have changed dramatically within a matter of weeks due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Along with the likelihood that they’re no longer going to school or daycare, they’re unable to socialise with their friends...

ACT legal support services move to audio-visual communications

Legal support services in the ACT have moved to audio-visual communications to ensure the safety of the community and their staff.
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