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Displaying items by tag: Pioneer

Anti-virus pioneer John McAfee has died in Spain in what is an apparent suicide following a court decision to extradite him back to the US, but conspiracies are swirling that McAfee was assassinated, brought on by McAfee's own warnings any suicide wouldn't be by his own hands. Whatever the truth, may McAfee rest in peace.

Published in IT People

When it comes to all things AI, one of the world's greats is Professor Philip Cohen, who has been appointed "director of the new Laboratory for Dialogue Research at Monash University’s Faculty of Information Technology".

Published in Development
Tuesday, 03 July 2018 12:34

Toohey takes on CIO role at Me Bank

Me Bank has appointed former Bankwest senior executive Matt Toohey as its chief information officer, following the departure of Mark Gay earlier this year.

Published in People Moves

To avoid the little prick of a blood glucose monitoring lancet and testing strip device, you can now pay A$1499 for a non-invasive measurement device from the company that brought you the robotic lawnmower.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 13 March 2017 11:39

Pioneer Hi-Res XDP-300R portable audio player

Pioneer has released the XDP-300R Hi-Res portable audio player capable of playback up to 11.2MHz DSD, 384kHz/24bit FLAC/WAV, and the newest High Res technology MQA, with full balanced circuitry for the dual DACs to output.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 21 August 2014 10:15

No chequered flag for Apple's delayed CarPlay

Apple's much-hyped car connection system CarPlay is reportedly experiencing some heavy delays, with several prominent car manufacturers moving their release dates from 2014 to 2015.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 31 January 2011 17:33

Pioneer Kuro goes Elite, but not Down Under

Pioneer's Kuro plasma TV brand, which exited the global market in 2009 as was known as 'Elite' in the US, is coming back as a Sharp-manufactured LCD screen, not plasma, but won't be sold in Australia.

Published in Home Tech

CONNECTION7 today officially opened for business describing itself as a new breed of business which blends traditional sales practices with new social engagement to drive sales and make connections.

Friday, 12 June 2009 15:44

New LCD TVs compete where it hertz

The launch of Sony’s new Z5500 series 52 inch LCD TV and its “2nd-generation 200Hz” technology is competing with LG’s new 200Hz models, while Samsung and Panasonic are upping the plasma ante with “600Hz”screens they naturally say deliver better picture quality than 200Hz LCDs – but your eyes will have to be the judge!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
On March 3, 1959, Pioneer 4 was launched by NASA to become the first successful U.S. mission to the Moon. The little 6.1 kilogram space probe flew by the Moon to become the first U.S. craft to escape the gravitational pull of the Earth.

Published in Space
Thin is in, with prototype LCD TV screens already thinner than the 2nd-generation iPod Touch, and Samsung has just done 0.1mm better than LG Philips’ previous record of 8mm. No word yet on when it will go commercial, but we do know the trick they’ve used to go go gadget thin...

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The Pioneer Anomaly is a mystery involving the NASA Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft. Launched in 1972-73, they have traveled hundreds of millions of kilometers to explore the outer solar system and, soon,  interstellar space. However, their speed is wrong, at least according to our generally accepted laws of physics.

Published in Space




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