The My Local Services app has proved popular around South Australia, with Whyalla recording the highest increase in downloads last month.
The language and heritage of Indigenous Australians is being highlighted through the use of smart city technology in Newcastle.
Brisbane's start-up hub, The Precinct, will receive a multimillion-dollar upgrade as part of the Queensland Government's spending on innovation.
Advanced machine learning technology that will assist in streamlining trademark applications is being implemented at IP Australia.
ASC is working to identify and roll out new technology across its cutting-edge defence programs to secure a more productive future.
Westwick-Farrow Media has partnered with leading research and events company Public Sector Network to provide enhanced services to the government tech sector.
The 17th Intelligent Transport Systems Asia Pacific Forum 2020 (ITSAP2020) will be held in Brisbane.
The Municipal Association of Victoria has welcomed the state government's announcement of a 12-month delay in the new e-waste landfill ban.
In an Australian first, 100 e-bikes for hire and 19 charging stations have been rolled out across Newcastle.
Moreton Bay Regional Council and TechnologyOne have extended their 20-year partnership for another eight years.
Australia's first guide for electric vehicles has now been released, with instructions for installing EV chargers in Queensland.
The Local Government Communications Conference will be themed around reflection, learning and innovation.
The Ten Gigabit Adelaide network, which is being deployed by TPG on behalf of the city council, has connected another major customer.
The New Zealand Government has opened a new round of recruitment to try to attract someone to the role of the country's first chief technology officer.
$22 million in co-funding grants is up for grabs under the second round of the federal government's Smart Cities and Suburbs program.