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Displaying items by tag: Multimedia

Friday, 12 March 2021 13:31

Nokia, Samsung ink patent licence agreement

Nokia has signed a patent licence agreement with Samsung covering the use of Nokia’s innovations in video standards.

Published in Development

SPONSORED REVIEW MSI’s GS75 Stealth laptop is a special beast, and MSI knows it. Eschewing the familiar black and red livery for diamond-cut, gold edging, dragon logo and hinge details, the GS75 looks simultaneously luxurious and sophisticated.

Published in Reviews

The Australian Computer Society has called for “daring and innovative ideas” for its online 'Flatten the Curve' hackathon taking place over 48 hours from next Thursday 9 April, as part of the society’s response to the COVID-19.

Published in Health

Walls of text just aren't cutting it for today's millennials, whose super stimulated visual cortexes seem to work much, much better when photos and videos tell the bigger story.

Published in Business Software

LG’s newest premium smartphone is set to swing into JB Hi-Fi stores from 8 November at the premium price of $1099, while promising a powerful pro-level multimedia punch.

Published in Mobility

A serious vulnerability in most versions of Android has been revealed before any major phone vendors have released patches for their devices.

Published in Mobility

Allied Telesis and Panasonic have joined forces to deliver ICT infrastructure to one of stadiums which has been built for the World Cup in Brazil.

Published in Deals

Some subscribers just want their ISP or carrier to provide the pipes and then stay out of the way. But that tends to mean low margins, so providers are keen to provide additional services. Amdocs Connected Home allows ISPs and carriers to compete with 'over the top' providers of services such as remote security, health monitoring, and entertainment.

Published in Cloud Computing
Wednesday, 13 July 2011 04:30

LEAD Technologies Releases LEADTOOLS V17.5

LEAD Technologies Releases LEADTOOLS V17.5 Featuring major enhancements to the Document, Medical, and Multimedia product lines including new Cloud SDK, Advanced PDF Reader, Silverlight Barcodes and new OCR Advantage Engine

Saturday, 28 May 2011 13:32

Hands-on with the Laser EB700 eBook reader

Laser's latest multimedia eBook reader is an easy-to-use multimedia device with a great price and just a few limitations.

Ericsson has produced a discussion paper suggesting that the end game of the Convergence Review should be regulate content and remove any legislative and regulatory barriers to the delivery of content to any device of the consumers' choosing: something that is rapidly becoming technically possible and, within the present limitations widely practiced by consumers.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 09 February 2011 13:43

HTC invests in mobile gaming and multimedia companies

Taiwan-based mobile device makerHTC has announced its second investment into mobile multimedia technology in as many days, injecting $US40m for an unspecified share of OnLive, a pioneer of on-demand, instant-play video games, just a day after announcing a strategic investment in London-based Saffron Digital.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 20 January 2011 13:15

Toshiba's multimedia netbook

Toshiba is making a push for the multimedia market with its latest netbook. The company has also introduced a second model with a more conventional configuration.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 10 December 2010 13:29

Transmedia Victoria Conference announced

A new conference and workshop sessions for folks involved in transmedia has been announced for early next year.  What is transmedia? What a fine question.

Readers of News Ltd's 'tabloid' newspapers in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide will soon have access to specially made iPad editions, complete with multimedia at a cost of AUD $7.99 per month, each, with the quest for new digital subscribers on the iPad and future tablets to come.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 31 August 2010 12:26

Apple to kill iPod classic?

Apple has never been scared to kill off products - even when they seem to be successful. When the iPod nano was introduced it resulted in Apple killing off its highest selling line - the iPod Mini. So, with iPod sales in decline, will Apple put the axe to the goose that has laid so many golden eggs?

Published in Mobility

Cutting Edge, which provides a variety of digital services to well-known TV and movie productions, has set up shop in Melbourne.

Published in Development
Monday, 26 April 2010 21:13

Review: Telstra T-hub next-gen phone

Telstra has released its next-generation telephone system, exclusive to Telstra landline and BigPond Internet customers. iTWire has purchased one and tried it out; let us tell you what you need, what works and what doesn't.

Wednesday, 03 March 2010 13:30

2010 ATOM Awards calls for games

Entries are now open for the 2010 ATOM (Australian Teachers Of Media) Awards in Australia and New Zealand.  This is a prestigious award recognised by makers of Film, Television, Animation and Multimedia products; increasingly this includes developers of video-games.
Published in Development
Wednesday, 16 September 2009 07:40

Asus aims new notebooks at the media-conscious

Asus's latest N61 and N71 notebook models are aimed at buyers with entertainment in mind. One of their features is Altec Lansing speakers.

Published in Home Tech
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