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April 15, 2013 by

Build it, but can they afford it?

There’s a long-held belief that price is the only thing stopping more broadband uptake in Australia. That’s still the case, but it’s also a lot to do with availability.

December 2, 2012 by

Is Android the new Windows?

Google's operating system is installed on almost three quarters of all mobile devices sold, and these devices are now outselling PCs. But is market dominance where the similarities end?

July 1, 2012 by

Dude, why must you put that MacBook Pro laptop on your lap?

Almost all reviews of the new new MacBook Pro have a section on heat and noise. The new model with a Retina Display may run "too hot," depending upon what program it's crunching. Still, here's a tip: even though a certain class of computers are called "laptops" it's not advisable to actually work with them on your lap.

May 16, 2012 by

BlackBerry 7.1 update lands

Optus and Vodafone BlackBerry customers can now update their phones to OS version 7.1, an update that offers a number of new features, including near-field communication (NFC) tags.

May 16, 2012 by

Samsung on top as Asia leads mobile slowdown

South Korean handset maker officially dethrones Nokia, but worldwide mobile phone sales for industry suffer first dip in nearly three years, mainly due to slowdown in Asia-Pacific demand with lack of new product launches.

May 12, 2012 by

Facebook is killing text messaging

Facebook is slowly but surely killing the text message. As a result, the social networking giant is eating into the traffic carriers receive from text messaging, and thus a huge chunk of their revenues.


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