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The Solo2 wireless on-ear headphones by Beats are now available in Australia via the Apple Online Store now and from Apple retail stores early April.

Published in Entertainment

Veeam’s new regional conference brought together top partners from A/NZ to demonstrate how to best address customer needs and to announce top partner awards.

Published in Data Centres

Data centre solutions experts Veeam surpassed $1 billion in revenue last year, have released free new Endpoint Backup software for IT Pros and talked to iTWire about it all on video.

Published in Data Centres
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 08:58

Veeam achieves dream Q3 2014 results up 65% YoY

Veeam Software’s solutions for maximising always-on availability for modern data centres has not only released its v8 Availability Suite, but has achieved record results in Q3 that continues a dream run of 27 consecutive of double digit growth.

Published in Data Centres

With only 2000 4G modems coming in Telstra's first allocation before a wider launch later this year, those who feel the need for absolute wireless speed - and work or live in the initial 5km coverage radius from the CBDs of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - might have to move at LTE speeds to get one.

Published in Mobility

With entry-level $99 Android phones now on the market, is the 'world's first' dual-core phone, the Optimus 2X, too exxy or priced juuuust right?

Published in Virtualisation

With reports suggesting an official white iPhone 4 due to launch sometime this month, and Apple previously saying it would launch in the US 'spring', some wonder whether the supposed white iPhone 4 will really be an iPhone 5 instead.

Published in Mobility

The iPad 2's 1am online ordering launch window must have seen massive traffic, for between 1 and 2am, it was impossible to place an order, with online ordering seemingly now working at 2.05am again.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 24 March 2011 16:16

Cheaper iPad 2 pricing a home run ton?

The iPad 2's lower international pricing than the iPad 1 last year is clearly always welcome, but it's impossible to factor in the cost of the iPad 2 alone, with so many accessories and apps you'll definitely want to buy!

Published in Home Tech

Now that the iPad 2 is nearly here, word has come that Apple's Stores might start selling the iPad 2 at 5pm and then close shop at 5.30pm. Really?!

Published in Home Tech

The iPad 2 is nearly ready to rumble, with not much more than 24 hours left to go before the iPad 2 local launch mania officially starts with actual iPad 2 sales!

Published in Home Tech

Apple Australia has announced its iPad 2 pricing at last, at 11.43pm on Tuesday the 22nd of March, at prices of between $50 and $100 cheaper than the iPad 1. Read on!

Published in Home Tech

Evolven support for COM+ allows for detection of granular configuration changes and classifies them by criticality and impact facilitating less downtime and increasing stability

Tuesday, 22 March 2011 02:10

March 25 after all for Czech Republic iPad 2

Future iPad 2 owners of the Czech Republic rejoice - you're back on the list of countries getting the iPad 2 on March 25 after all, despite reports correct at the time!

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 22 March 2011 00:14

UK getting iPad 2 as scheduled

With long lines still at Apple stores in the US, 24 more countries are about to go through the same lengthy experience as Apple moves heaven and earth to get as many iPad 2s out to the public as possible, with the UK's launch date confirmed.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 21 March 2011 12:02

The iPad 2 far queue

Reports of continuing queues in the US for Apple's iconic new iPad 2 show that the tablet is, duh, winning!

Published in Home Tech

Evolven support for Microsoft .NET Framework allows for detection of granular configuration changes and classifies them by criticality and impact facilitating less downtime and increased stability

Evolven support for Microsoft Active Directory empowers users to detect granular configuration changes and classify them by criticality and impact to facilitate less downtime and increased stability

Evolven support for Sybase Adaptive Server allows for detection of granular configuration changes and classifies them by criticality and impact facilitating less downtime while contributing to increased stability.

Evolven support for IBM WebSphere Application Server allows for detection of granular configuration changes and classifies them by criticality and impact facilitating less downtime and increasing stability

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