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Smartphone operating system (OS) satisfaction rating is a good indicator of future loyalty. This being the case the only two players that matter are Apple's iOS and Google's Android.

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Saturday, 27 July 2013 16:16

LG ships 12.1 million smartphones in Q2 2013

LG has quietly been improving its products, shaving prices and positioning itself as a premium smartphone maker. It worked.

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Tuesday, 23 July 2013 12:15

What is in store for the next few months?

Product releases are cyclical. Getting new product onto the shelves in time for the reopening of Christmas wallets is critical.

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Razer – ‘For gamers, by gamers’ is well known as a leader in gaming hardware so its new Hammerhead ear buds have a lot to live up to.

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Chinese IT giant, Huawei, has called for a level, competitive playing field as a way of promoting industry innovation.

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Tuesday, 16 July 2013 16:47

Global privacy rules must eventuate

Ever since Edward Snowden exposed the US National Security Agency (NSA) PRISM scandal, two things have dominated conversation over coffee, around the water cooler at work or after dinner chit chat between friends and family.

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Firefox OS was launched on a low end, generic touch handset in Spain and initial reports are very encouraging.

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An Australian team has figured at the finals of the 11th annual Microsoft Imagine Cup just staged in St Petersburg, Russia. The competition for prizes and awards of over $1 million, involved 305 student technologists and entrepreneurs, and 87 teams from 71 countries, being challenged to create a better future by using technology and their imaginations to solve some of the world’s toughest problems through innovative solutions.

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It must be hell to be running Tier One designer/manufacturers like Samsung, Apple, Microsoft, Sony, Toshiba, Panasonic and others as Moore’s law* bites into their market share and profits. Let us analyse a few ‘sweet spot’ products.

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Tuesday, 09 July 2013 19:33

'Hardly Normal' in ACCC sights, again

Innocent until proven guilty, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has re-instituted proceedings against nine Harvey Norman franchisees for allegedly misrepresenting consumer rights.

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Sales of point and shoot, digital compact cameras have slumped by 25% in April and May and are down 48% from a year earlier as smartphone makers concentrate on owning this market segment.

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Thursday, 27 June 2013 15:45

Windows 8.1 Preview highlights

Windows has changed from a graphic user interface based, X86, operating system overlaid on DOS (i.e. using a mouse) to an ecosystem - one that must become second nature or you may not survive the modern world.

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Developers are allegedly boring people who eat too much pizza and drink too much coke. They want to know what is under the bonnet, how much horsepower it has, and analyse it to the nth degree. Consumers on the other hand just want to know it works and looks good.

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After a long wait, Microsoft has finally released full details of the features of Windows 8.1 at its //build/ developer’s conference in San Francisco.

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