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Bitcoin is now becoming a “safe haven asset” and predicted to hit $15,000 in the wake of the devaluation of China’s currency, with the cryptocurrency jumping 10 percent as global stocks reacted to the devaluation of the yuan and the China-US trade war intensified, according to the chief of one financial analyst firm.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 07 June 2017 11:43

Gold and Silver PS4, but no pro

Sony is releasing a gold and silver version of their PlayStation 4 console, but there is no coloured love for the PS4 Pro.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 10 August 2016 15:01

WD Gold 10TB HDD for data centres

Data centres have a very different set of requirements to compute or network attached storage use. WD’s Gold series now have a 10TB Helium filled drive that offers 2.5 million hours mean-time-between-failure.

Three new colours are coming to the Samsung Galaxy S6 range in Australia depending on the model: Green Emerald, Gold Platinum or Blue Topaz.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 14 March 2015 23:42

Want to know how Apple Watch is made?

Apple’s three videos show the incredible care it takes in creating the aluminium, steel and gold watch cases, but what of the bits it doesn’t show?

Tuesday, 10 March 2015 06:47

Apple redefines super-thin with new MacBook

Apple’s new 12-inch, super-thin, fanless Intel Core M powered MacBook is coming 10 April 2015, with Retina display and much more - even silver, space grey and gold colours.

Published in Mobility

Apple’s Watch will use gold intelligently to create a stronger gold casing while crafting the ultimate must-have item for the world’s luxury watch lovers.

Published in Mobility

Deep within the raucous roar of hype surrounding the Apple Watch emerges the little gem that Apple will release a solid gold version of its newest device containing an estimated two ounces of gold.  In so doing, Apple has inadvertently signalled that it intends to become the world’s largest gold investor.

Published in Beerfiles

Australia’s biggest telco is launching Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 in black, white and bronze gold, with Australia’s biggest smartphone sales pitch - the chance to win $25,000 in gold bullion bars. Shiny!

Published in Mobility
Monday, 19 August 2013 11:16

Apple going for gold with new iPhone

While you might be disappointed with the upcoming iPhone's features, Apple may be aiming to wow you with gold according to one analyst.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 21:26

Cadac Group renews Microsoft Partner Network status

Cadac Group has successfully re-enrolled the Microsoft Partner Network with Gold competencies for ISV and Content Management, and Silver competencies for Portals & Collaboration, Web Development and Learning

Cadac Group has successfully re-enrolled the Microsoft Partner Network with Gold competencies for ISV and Content Management and Silver competencies for Portals & Collaboration and Learning

You'll sometimes hear Apple's industrial designs described as works of art. Sometimes that's exactly what they are turned into.

Published in Core Dump
Monday, 17 May 2010 19:46

Apple's iPad is worth its weight in gold

Despite the thousands of people that would be happy just to own a standard iPad, a solid gold version has been produced by a UK jeweller, on sale for $300,000.

Published in Mobility
A UK-based jeweller has released what is claimed to be the world's most expensive phone. The gold and diamond encrusted iPhone 3GS Supreme costs $A3.5 million.

Published in Mobility
Is the latest Chinese government Internet ban actually a good thing for a change? Ask most gamers and I reckon the answer would be a resounding yes.

Monday, 02 March 2009 02:43

$2.5 million iPhone the King of bling?

Bejewelled iPhone comes with $US2.5 million price tag: is it the king of bling or just crassly conspicuous consumption?

Published in Core Dump
It sounds like something right out of a Roald Dahl story, but this is much stranger than any fiction: gold farming has become a $500 million global virtual outsourcing business.

Published in Networking




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