More funding for electric vehicles has been provided by the New Zealand Government.
Two key automated vehicles reforms have been approved by transport ministers.
Acer will provide the first batch of 15,000 Chromebooks for the ACT Government initiative to provide free Chromebooks for all high school and college students by 2019.
Public places will be more accessible to people with impaired vision, with the launch of a program that uses beacon and GPS technology.
Poor mobile and slow internet coverage are two of the biggest issues faced by people living in regional and remote NSW.
Transperth's cashless ticketing system, Smartrider, will be upgraded to improve security and make it more user-friendly.
Faster emergency response times have been enabled in Cairns, due to the implementation of an emergency vehicle priority (EVP) system at multiple intersections.
ACCC Chairman Rod Sims has welcomed the introduction of new competition into the fixed and mobile sectors, stating that the developments can only benefit consumers.
The South Australia government has called for expressions of interest to operate a free Wi-Fi network on hundreds of buses, trains and trams.
More than 4200 specialist digital health devices will help Sunshine Coast University Hospital staff be more mobile.
Victoria will spend $45m on regional broadband and mobile connectivity and $84.3m on improving ICT in the state's schools.
A new QLite capability has been rolled out for Queensland police officers, meaning they will not need to spend as much time behind their desks.
A consortium consisting of Motorola Solutions Australia, Optus and CompNow will supply over 10,000 iPhones and iPads, as well as managed mobility services, to Victoria Police.
Guidance on public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (EV) has been released in New Zealand, as increased funding enables more of these vehicles to take to the roads.