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Professor Tech brings virtual reality to students

He swims with sharks and walks with dinosaurs all from the comfort of a room, and soon Professor Tech will bring those experiences and more to students of the Bundaberg Region.

Tech talk: 3D printing explained

For the past decade the growth of 3D printing has been strong and persistent. Tech guru Geoff Augutis explains how it works.

State's Chief Entrepreneur inspires young innovators

Some of the region’s youngest innovators had the opportunity to pitch their ideas to Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur Leanne Kemp as part of the Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards.

Ditch the shoe box for digital receipts

Tech guru Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers suggests ditching the shoe box and using digital receipts instead.

Students and seniors team up for technology talks

Students and seniors are set to team up at the Bundaberg Regional Library for a program all about exploring technology in a digital world.

Bundaberg entrepreneur sells Manage Endo startup

The Endometriosis Association of Queensland (QENDO) has entered an agreement with Bundaberg entrepreneur Morgahna Godwin to purchase her startup Manage Endo.

Changing of the guard at Best Practice Software

Co-founder of Bundaberg technology firm Best Practice Software, Lorraine Pyefinch, has taken over the reins as acting Chief Operating Officer.

Tech Talk: Is your smart phone ruining your sleep?

Science tells us that light is something that points our body clock toward and away from sleep, this is nothing new.

Dud gadgets: cool but useless technology

Bundaberg Now technology guru Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers looks at dud gadgets and why they failed, like 3D television.

Children need positive online role models

Dr Marika Guggisberg says parents have an opportunity to influence their children's online behaviour by being a positive role model.

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