Australian-listed business technology solutrions provider Data#3 says its expected unaudited consolidated net profit before tax for the 2021 financial year is approximately $36.8 million - an increase of 8% on $34.1 million for the full year 2020.
It's only set up to work with US airlines American, Delta and United, but Google's Flights app can now predict flight delays in advance, all in the quest to make travel better and cheaper.
Apple's much-hyped car connection system CarPlay is reportedly experiencing some heavy delays, with several prominent car manufacturers moving their release dates from 2014 to 2015.
The much talked about deal between Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia and Microsoft has been delayed, and will now close in April if all goes according to plan.
Android users will have to wait a bit longer to message their BlackBerry friends, with release of BBM for Google's OS now delayed.
Saints Row 4 has faced delays and censorship in Australia, and its distributor AIE is now offering up some free DLC as a 'we're sorry' present.
Saints Row 4 is facing even more release issues, now seemingly delayed until September in Australia.
Nvidia has delayed the release of its upcoming Android handheld Shield, after discovering a "mechanical issue" with the device.
Open-world zombie-survival simulator State of Decay has not made it to Australia, delayed by the Australian Classification Board.
Major delays in the rollout of Labor's NBN are being blamed on contractors charging the federal government two and a half times the amount being passed onto sub-contractors working on the network, according to reports today.
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Linux is becoming worse than Windows. :-(