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Frost & Sullivan unveils its newest report, the "Future of User Interfaces Shaping New Consumer Experiences", which "finds that user interface (UI) technologies have moved beyond the concept of simply representing machines to their users to enabling sophisticated and personalised interaction."

Published in Business IT

The cloud computing market has witnessed impressive growth in recent years, with billions of private and business users taking advantage of the on-demand technology.

Published in Cloud

A recent "routine catch-up" between the University of Adelaide’s Information Technology and Digital Services team and Epson sales and technical staff led to "a unique solution for a difficult projection installation in the University’s main ceremonial hall".

Published in Hardware

Epson’s newest 3LCD projector really lets you see the light with a claimed ‘world-first-ever’ 25,000 lumen LCD projector as part of its new 3LCD range.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Watch out - it's not sharks that need frickin' laser beams attached to them, but pushbikes, with a university student in the UK's Brighton University now receiving global acclaim for her brightly shining invention.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 11 September 2009 09:20

BenQ floods market with product blitz

BenQ Australia has announced dozens of new products. The company's regional president spoke to iTWire about the new range and BenQ's plans.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 15 January 2009 10:45

NEC signals significant retreat

NEC has announced a major scaling back - sorry, "strategic restructure" of its Australian operation. The company will completely leave the retail market.

Published in Strategy

If only this worked it could have been the year's must-have Christmas gift for the gadget lover or the hard-to-buy-for. I'm talking about a pocket projector which on paper sounds brilliant: a tiny, battery operated, portable 10 lumens 640x480 video projector. Use it on the plane, the car, your roof, anywhere, without a care for power or weight. If only it worked.

Mint Trading, a subsidiary of Mint Wireless (ASX: MNW) has launched, in Australia, what it claims is the world's smallest commercially available pocket projector.

Published in Entertainment
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Ever remember hearing that one day phones and computers would have a built-in projector that would project large images onto the wall, making the watching of video or even just using your phone like a computer? No? Yes? Well, it’s come true anyway.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 30 May 2008 08:06

Telstra's 3D hologram - or holoscam?

While Telstra’s demonstration of the power of the dark side of the force Musion Eyeliner System showing Dr Hugh Bradlow live on stage in Adelaide, while really in Melbourne, is certainly impressive, a serious question has emerged. Is it really a hologram?

Published in Fuzzy Logic




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