Since the iPhone first arrived in Australia in 2008, more than 11.7 million have been sold down under, with nearly $13 billion spent on iPhones in the last five years alone – how many will buy this year?
Multiple reports at a Google forum for its Nexus 7 2012 model are complaining that the Android Lollipop 5.0 update is ‘shockingly bad’ and is like ‘Vista on a tablet’.
Microsoft has stopped pushing Office 2011 SP2 via the AutoUpdate mechanism due to problems affecting a minority of users.
For the second consecutive year Australia will host live qualifying events for the FIFA Interactive World Cup. But this time the action isn't limited to Sydney.
Telstra's Business arm has released new research that shows nearly 70% of SMBs 'say they are not concerned about the impact of the Internet', with many saying they're 'planning to increase their online presence in 2012'.
Blue skies greeted the opening days of the Australian Open tennis tournament, but the IT behind the event is cloudier than ever.
Unless Apple pops a Thunderbolt port into the iPad 3 or the iPhone 4G/5, which seems unlikely, it looks like we'll have to wait until at least the end of 2012 or sometime in early 2013 before tablets and smartphones are at least able to offer a mobile version of USB 3.0 connectivity.
With just hours to go before 2012 arrives on Australian shores, it's time for a little look into the tech we know is soon coming, while we wonder what unexpected new tech hits will surely come!
Coming Year Will See Data-Based Media Buying, More Contextual Ads and Better Use of Mobile Advertising
In 2011 it was all about mobility and the skyrocketing penetration of tablet PCs in the workplace as a crucial element of enterprise reporting and IT strategies at large.
Yet another security company dusts off the crystal ball. Here's what Kaspersky Labs sees in the year ahead.
Quest Software Inc. shares ten predictions for technology trends and practices in 2012 based on its latest The Experts Conference (TEC) Survey.
Microsoft officials took advantage of a plenary session at the company's Tech.Ed conference to preview some features of Windows Server 8 and System Center 2012.
A beta version of Norton Internet Security 2012 has been available ahead of the product's official release, but Symantec is still adding features. One of the latest is Safe Web for Chrome.
Although Symantec has only recently launched its Norton 360 v5 software, which uses Norton's Internet Security and AV engine while being even easier to use and including features like backup, times does not stand still with Symantec's 2012 Internet Security and AV betas bouncing into view and beta testing from today.
The news is out that a blog post on Microsoft's Dutch subsidiary says it will take another two years to get Windows 8 on the market, but that's for the boxed, retail version, as betas have to come out first, and we should see those from 2011!
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