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AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.4.1 for AMD Radeon graphics delivers new and improved features, including AMD Link for Windows which allows a gaming PC to be connected to another Windows PC, a phone, a tablet or a TV for 'anywhere' gaming.

Published in Home Tech

Over 65,000 vehicles with deadly Takata airbags still remain on Australian roads with just four weeks until the compulsory recall deadline.

Published in Automotive

Ola, which bills itself as "one of the world’s largest ride-hailing companies, and India's most popular transportation platform", has announced its plans to enter the UK, bringing "a dynamic, responsible new service to the market".

Published in Development

A study prepared by Smith's Lawyers of 980 Australian drivers between January and June 2018 shows concern over autonomous self-driving cars, with only 22% of drivers stating they'd trust such cars.

Published in Mobility

Computer vision tech company Seeing Machines has launched "phase one" of the first automated vehicle trial in the world, CAN Drive, to focus on driver behaviour, testing how quickly a driver can be ready to resume control of an automated vehicle.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 11 February 2015 23:42

Uber plans creation of 20,000 OZ driver jobs in 2015

No, Uber isn’t increasing its own internal staff levels by 20,000 in Australia, but instead plans to create 20,000 new drivers down under this year.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 03 July 2014 11:41

WA drivers slugged with big new fines

WA drivers are being warned to stay off their mobile phones, with fines set to skyrocket under new changes from the state government.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has provided regular driver and firmware updates online for its HP ProLiant range of servers. As of February 2014 these are now limited to in-warranty or CarePack users only.

Published in The Wired CIO
Monday, 25 November 2013 11:14

Vic drivers face tough new texting laws

Victorian drivers who text while driving will face big fine increases, which come into effect today.

Published in Government Tech Policy

One of the shortcomings of Mac OS X is that it provides just read-only access to NTFS volumes.

Wednesday, 20 January 2010 05:09

Boot Camp support for Windows 7 finally arrives

Better late than never, Apple has updated its Boot Camp utility to support Windows 7. But the update is more complex than we're used to.

Published in Core Dump
In preparation for the launch of Windows 7, RadarSync has reactivated its public driver download directory. Upgraders can search by device manufacturer or let the site's Updater software tell them what they need.

Published in Development
Using the navigation and music functions of a mobile phone will not - after all - be made illegal in the Australian state of Victoria. Is this a victory for common sense?

Published in Mobility
Microsoft has been making steps to educate U.S. retailers that Linux is a limited operating system that works with only few peripherals or online services, and that what most customers want is Windows.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Monday, 14 September 2009 03:46

Snow Leopard printing gap filled

The manufacturers of some of the most popular printers and multifunction devices have caught up with last month's release of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.

Published in Core Dump
Seattle software giant, Microsoft, has asserted despite press saying otherwise last week's 22,000 line submission to the Linux kernel was not motivated by any perceived GPL violation. Yet, do the facts bare out? Does the argument really stand to scrutiny?

Published in The Linux Distillery
Just a few days before Easter, the long weekend and many families hitting the road for a holiday, a new Telstra survey has uncovered the shocking statistic that far too many people are still using their phones while driving – and while the kids are in the car.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 18 August 2008 15:05

Windows 7: Vista-like hell or an OS heaven?

Sick to death of the bad publicity Windows Vista has received due to Microsoft’s own premature announcements, hastily deleted features, incredibly poor initial driver support and bad OEM manufacturer relations, Microsoft is promising its new Windows 7 blog will be regularly updated, full of reliable disclosure and a solid commitment to “promise and deliver” with “high quality and on time”. Is Microsoft on the right track, or will pigs fly first?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The Windows Vista Team Blog has announced that automatic updates of Vista SP1 have started for qualifying Vista owners – but tough luck for you if you don’t qualify. You can just keep on waiting!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Before Vista came along, sound card manufacturer Creative had an iron grip on the market, now they find themselves defending their EAX sound technology against dubious claims by rival ASUS.

Published in Entertainment
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