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If you've been waiting for Windows 10X, which was the next-gen of Windows (and which has since been cancelled), then its successor - and the successor to Windows 10 - is coming on June 24, 2021.

Published in Home Tech

The "all-new" Echo Show 8 has a "powerful, 13-megapixel wide angle camera that digitally pans and zooms, a vibrant 8-inch HD screen with adaptive colour, a new octa-core processor and dual stereo speakers" for A$199, while the Echo Show 5 has an HD camera, more colours and a lower price of $119 - time to upgrade or add a new Echo Show to your life?

Published in Home Tech

The RØDE Wireless GO II is the company's new ultra-compact and extremely versatile dual channel wireless microphone system, with the same pocket-sized form factor and professional sound quality as the best-selling Wireless GO, but with a host of incredible new features making it even more powerful and flexible.

Published in Home Tech

Promising to deliver "unparalleled collaboration and productivity" with "real-time intelligent data to existing business workflows", Motorola says its new MOTOTRBO Ion is a "next generation business-ready smart radio with voice, broadband data and multimedia capabilities to connect teams, inform operations and keep businesses running smoothly."

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Capitalising on the royal colour purple is Western Digital, whose new Purple MicroSD card is "purpose-built" for surveillance-class, "trusted, 24/7, next-gen video capture".

Undaunted by US attempts at besmirching its reputation, Kaspersky Lab is embarking on a talent discovery programme to find the next generation of cyber security specialists worldwide.

Published in Security

Lenovo has intensified its focus on the $87 billion data centre technology market by unveiling an expanded arsenal of IT solutions, from next-gen storage to high performance servers and plenty more.

Published in Data Centres

Samsung has introduced a new family of low-power chips designed for next-gen IoT devices at San Francisco’s Internet of Things World conference.

Published in Internet of Things
Wednesday, 10 November 2010 15:01

No turbulence for Qantas Q Card take-off in Sydney

Qantas's new electronic check-in system got off to a flying start in Sydney today.

Cloud services enablement leader, Parallels, today launched Linux Shared Hosting NG (Next Generation) Service Delivery Solution that will reduce infrastructure and operating expenses for service providers, achieve up to ten times greater density of web sites per server compared to traditional solutions, and enable to deliver shared web hosting service with guaranteed SLAs.

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