Just before the massive Black Friday and pre-Christmas sales season, Canon has unveiled its market-leading five-year warranty, showing it really stands behind its products, confirming as always that price alone has never been the ultimate determinant of value.
There’s been a global explosion in the number of consumers purchasing tickets online for public transport or events using their mobile phones, tablets and PCs, with online ticket sales predicted to double over the next four years.
Apple has reportedly acquired the technology startup SnappyLabs, maker of SnappyCam, which was founded and run by an electrical engineering PHD from the University of Melbourne, Dr John Papandriopoulos.
Sony's Portable Wireless Server was revealed at CES at the beginning of the year, and is finally coming to Australia, though you'll have to wait until October for the first units to arrive.
Sony's souped-up version of its Cyber-shot RX100 camera delivers a bunch of new features and improvements, including NFC for simplified transfers to Android phones and tablets.
Ashampoo's new Media Sync utility for Windows is designed to simplify the synchronisation of files between a PC and removable storage, including devices such as smartphones and cameras.
Samsung has introduced a pair of interchangeable-lens cameras with built-in Wi-Fi capability.
Within a decade digital cameras in cellphones have gone from a couple of megapixels to, in the case of Nokia's PureView, almost 40 megapixels. Now researchers at Duke University in the US have developed a 50 gigapixel camera that they say could lead to gigapixel cameras becoming a consumer product within five years.
Nokia Australia has decided to focus on its Lumia range of Windows Phone 7.5 devices and not sell the Nokia PureView 808 in the ANZ region, leaving those interested to wait for future models – or seek the revolutionary 41 megapixel smartphone via grey or direct import channels instead.
Australia's love affair with digital technology isn't fading, despite our reportedly reduced appetite for spending.
One of Australia's newer online retailers is diversifying into branded goods.
Mobile speed cameras are coming back to New South Wales roads from the 19th of July, and with the NSW Transport Minister David Campbell saying he'd be 'thrilled if these cameras didn't collect one cent'.
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