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Apple appears to have given up some of its profit margin due to competition from rivals judging from a teardown of the top-end iPhone 13 Max Pro, the Japanese news agency Nikkei says, following an exercise it undertook along with the Financial Times.

Published in Mobility

Nokia is providing an end-to-end 5G portfolio to telecom operator SoftBank, with the company becoming "first in the world" to have successfully completed tests demonstrating that non-standalone 5G technology can be used to commercially operate connected cars.

Want to talk to Google Assistant in more than one language? Now you can say "hola, hallo, ciao, salut, and こんにちは to your bilingual Google Assistant", with "routines" now possible, too.

Published in Home Tech

Norwegian browser company Vivaldi Technologies has released version 1.14 of its browser that is aimed at power users, and has introduced a vertical reading mode in this version.

Published in Software
Thursday, 01 October 2015 12:52

Weather forecasting just got better- much better

More accurate and more frequent weather forecasts will now be delivered by the Bureau of Meteorology with the bureau now given access to the Himawari-8 satellite, the most advanced dedicated weather satellite in the world.

Published in Climate
Monday, 08 December 2014 16:20

Yellowfin goes direct in Japan market

Australian Business Intelligence software vendor, Yellowfin, has upped its direct investment in the Japanese market with the opening of a new Japan office.

Published in Business Intelligence

Fujitsu has consolidated its Australia operations into its new Oceania headquarters building officially opened in Sydney today with a traditional sake ceremony.

Published in Strategy

Internode’s Powered by Brains event, which makes music from the electrical energy generated by the process of thinking, will be on show for the first time at is set to make music at AVCon, Australia’s largest anime and video games convention, AVCon, to be staged in Adelaide this weekend.

Published in Entertainment

Cost discounts of up to 30% are making New Zealand an increasingly attractive nearshore alternative for Australian enterprises looking to source contact centre services.

Published in Outsourcing
Thursday, 12 June 2014 16:46

Sharp veteran is new Australian boss

Electronics giant Sharp has appointed long-serving company veteran Keiichi ‘Kasey’ Katsuta as Managing Director of its Australian business.

Published in People Moves
Friday, 28 January 2011 21:57

New Pokemon Black/White is no joke, mon

Although some wouldn't poke Pokemon with a ten-foot barge pole, mon, preferring Pacman instead, the Japanese game is still a big hit for Nintendo, with the company releasing two new Black and White Pokemon games.

Published in Entertainment

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