PC Mag Australia – Submit your objections and #StopDataRetention

Despite failing to gain the initial 38 votes from Members of Parliament needed to block the National Security Legislation passing, the #StopDataRetention community is not ready to give up yet. Electronic Frontiers Australia has a detailed guide to the metadata retention legislation and shows you how to submit your objection to the inquiry being carried […]

PC Mag Australia – Tesla Motors Announces Australian Charging Stations for 2016

It has been a big month for Elon Musk in the news and we are only into the second week of January. This week Musk had some news for Australians from his Tesla Motors company on the heels of its Model S release last year. The company has released its plan for 16 supercharger stations […]

PC Mag Australia – Perfect Aussie Indie Games to Play These Holidays

There were a lot of quality indie games at PAX this year. But these are the games that I went home and could not stop thinking about. I downloaded them, I played the still-unfinished demos, I talked about them with others online. The thing about Australian indie games is that everyone is focused on quality. […]

PC Mag Australia – Science Is Back on Australia’s Agenda (Maybe)

2015 may be the year for science after a week of quiet achievements for the struggling Australian science agenda. With the Cabinet reshuffle one Minister retained his portfolio and had another one added: Ian MacFarlane is now the Minister for Industry and Science. The science portfolio, which had previously had its own minister for over […]

PC Mag Australia – Telstra Foundation Launches Code Club in Australian Primary Schools

Annie Parker has a day job at the Telstra Foundation’s start-up incubator program muru-D where she was coming across an ongoing problem: there were not enough people coming out of school with coding skills. The only people who had such skills were those who had actively chosen formal technology training. And even then, Australians were […]