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Aussie wireless system could replace Bluetooth, HDMI

Australian researchers have developed a low-cost wireless system that they say could replace Bluetooth and wireless HDMI.

By February 23, 2011


Scientists beat pain with spinal chip

Australian researchers are readying to conduct human trials of a smart chip, which, when implanted in the spinal cord, measures and stops pain signals from traveling to the brain.

By December 13, 2010


Researchers prove kernel is secure

An Australian research organization says it has absolute mathematical proof of the security of an operating system core.

By August 15, 2009


BOL 1041: What does the brown Zune do for you?

The Zune HD is coming in colors. But none of them are brown. And do you really care? We also talk about the ePub format. Will it change the landscape of eBook publications? And also, while we're at it, how the heck should we express fuel efficiency in

By August 13, 2009


Open Kernel Labs raises $7.6 million

The embedded-virtualization spinout of Australia's NICTA gets $7.6 million in venture funding from Chrysalis Ventures, Neo Technology Ventures, and Citrix Systems without many noticing.

By January 20, 2009


Census finds that open source IT professionals make more money

Open source pays more money. It's obvious why this should be the case.

By February 5, 2008