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Wednesday, 26 October 2011 22:37

Steve Jobs, a life. In 94 seconds

Taiwan-based Next Media Animation (NMA) TV released its video version of Apple's former chief executive officer Steve Jobs' biography, bringing to animation the last moments of his life and some of his most remarkable quotes: all in a concise, funny 94 seconds-long video.

Published in People Moves

IAB Australia today presented its hybrid measurement system for Internet consumption in Australia, claiming it to be the most effective tool for understanding online behaviour and one that would help the growth of digital advertising.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 10:29

IBM announces first female CEO

Century-old IBM today announced its board of directors has elected Virginia M Rometty as president, chief executive officer and a director of the company. She is the first female CEO in the company's history

Published in Development
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Tuesday, 25 October 2011 17:44

Apple has upgraded its MacBook Pro line

Apple has upgraded its MacBook Pro Line, enhancing the processor performance of the whole MacBook Pro family.

Published in Mobility

Sony has released in Australia its Tablet S device and announced it aims to become the number two tablet manufacturer in the country by 2012.

Published in Mobility

Reports on how Australian businesses are working towards being 'digital ready' can often be contradictory, but there is one trend that comes across most studies, and that is Australian consumers are well ahead of businesses in the mobility revolution.

Published in Cloud Computing

Mobile business specialist Cortado, today announced two giant printer manufacturers, Samsung and Sharp, have joined its Cloud Printing Alliance, aimed at delivering on-demand printing for mobile devices.

Published in Cloud Computing

US based data centre provider, Digital Realty Trust, claims its two Sydney's data centre developments will inject about $250 million in the NSW economy.

Published in Cloud Computing
Wednesday, 19 October 2011 11:04

Super sized data centres will conquer Australia

A new forecast on data centres spending predicts investments in Australia will soar to reach $1.83 billion by the end of 2011, and that larger structures will take over small and medium sized centres.

Published in Cloud Computing
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 16:00

NBN will be faster and cheaper

Prices for plans on the National Broadband Network will be cheaper than the presently available ADSL 2+ and line rental plans on a per gigabyte usage basis, a comparative analysis claims.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 10:30

Ecommerce to soar by 2013, PayPal says

Australian consumers and their smartphones are driving the country's ecommerce growth, with a new study predicting online commerce will grow at 12.2 percent throughout 2012.

Published in Market


IT security provider, Kaspersky Lab, has launched its new solutions for enterprise security, Endpoint Security 8 for Windows and management console Kaspersky Security Centre 9.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 12 October 2011 14:13

Free Wi-Fi can push commuters on to public transport

An online survey shows 75 percent of Australian commuters would be likely to use public transport more often if free Wi-Fi was provided.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 12 October 2011 10:49

Australian gamers are ageing, a new study reveals

In the early '90s parents used to discourage kids to touch video games in the belief that they would have been somehow not good for them. Well, 20 years later those kids are still playing, with research predicting 92 percent of Australian households will play video games by 2012.

Published in Entertainment

Australia's high freight charges, freight services that are ill-suited to online retailing, and retailers' fear of the online marketplace have been slated as the main factors holding back online retailing in Australia.

Published in Market

Australia's high freight charges, freight services that are ill-suited to online retailing, and retailers' fear of the online marketplace have been slated as the main factors holding back online retailing in Australia.

Published in Market

Motorola Solutions today announced the ET1 tablet, an enterprise-class tablet computer, with which it will try to seize customers first in retail and then in different vertical markets.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 10:41

Facebook launches customised app for the iPad

It was thought, designed, and developed for a year. When it was ready, its release was suddenly frozen. False alarms and speculation on its launch followed; but finally today the Facebook application for the iPad is available for download.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 05 October 2011 16:08

Australian employers not so reluctant on BYOD

Australian employers are slowly moving from rejection of private employees' devices at work to gradually building and implementing IT frameworks to support 'bring-your-own-device' (BYOD) practices.

Wednesday, 05 October 2011 14:17

Australian businesses 'œanti-social' media

Australian small, medium and large businesses are slow to implement social media policies, and are fearful of social media, two different studies claim.

Published in Networking




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