Fine app trial

Fine app trial

Police in NSW are trialling an iPad app that allows officers to look up registration records and email fines to drivers on the spot. Mobile Notices was proposed by front-line officers and built by Australian-based app developer Gridstone. It is being trialled on 4G-enabled iPad Minis.

Data published

The Victorian government has released more than 1000 datasets to the public at It includes geospatial datasets, such as flood plains, water catchment and local government areas, addresses, coastal areas, airports and state boundaries, and electoral and urban growth.

Human touch

Genevieve Bell, Intel's Australian resident anthropologist, said humans are the ultimate mobile platform because mobile technology development has been, and will continue to be, built "to extend our bodies and physical reach, augment our deficiencies and increase our capacity to get things done".

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