FinTech Australia has appointed Andrew Porter to the role of CEO.
April 2021 heralds a new age in personal anti-gravity technology, expressly designed for entertainment, rather than the floating beds and devices to transfer large items around as seen in sci-fi movies and TV shows, but how this technology evolves is yet to be seen.
The "next wave of innovation in home-grown heart-rate headphones" has arrived via BioConnected through a new campaign using Aussie fund-raising platform Igniteme.
A new AR app designed for training on DJI Drones with Epson Moverio BT-300 FPV Glasses mirrors the natural, real-world movements of a DJI Mavic Pro, "allowing new pilots to learn to fly and experienced pilots to sharpen their skills".
Twitter is claiming a world-first broadband of an “actual periscope view with a live underwater tour” when you tune in live on one of three Twitter handles tomorrow.
Dodo Pizza has struck back again at Domino’s Pizza claiming a ‘world-first’ drone delivery, with the epic saga over who delivered what first continuing.
A fight between pizza titans Domino’s Pizza and Russia’s Dodo Pizza has erupted over who was first to truly commercially deliver pizzas to customers by drone.
It’s not just Optus that Huawei is doing 5G trials with, but Japan’s NTT DOCOMO too, achieving less than 0.5 millisecond one-way user plane latency.
Drone deliveries of pizza are now a reality, with the claim of the "first commercial delivery of food by drone to a customer, anywhere in the world, successfully completed in New Zealand this morning".
Ericsson says mobile networks can now "shift to the next gear with Ericsson 5G and LTE Advances", able to "address key requirements of 5G" in today’s networks.
The "world-first" flying selfie stick, the ROAM-e, is now available for pre-order with deliveries due September, and is set to become 2016’s must-have gadget.
The IoT Group’s "world-first flying selfie stick" is due to launch this month (June), and with less than two weeks to go, we’ve received a special sneak peek.
Australian company Dog & Bone made a name for itself with cool smartphone cases, but now its world-first Bluetooth lock has truly hit it BIG!
We spoke to Australian tech company Dog & Bone in the week of the 43rd anniversary of the world’s first ‘real’ cellular phone call, looking back and forward at technology and the future!
Ericsson and Telstra’s 1Gbps LTE-Advanced achievement was attained via a ‘World First 5 carrier aggregation end-to-end data session over a live network.’
It looks a bit like a shrunken Kinect but has Ubuntu and Android built-in and should ship from February 2016.
Ericsson is one of Telstra’s vital partners, delivering the technology that Telstra uses to operate Australia’s fastest and most advanced LTE-A 4GX network.
Telstra has made some major announcements, launching VoLTE calling on its network while also launching its claimed world-first Cat 11 Netgear Wi-Fi hotspot.
In a world-first for virtual reality, a live birth has been streamed via Samsung’s impressive Gear VR headset, with ‘Dad’ watching from 4,000km away.
Analytica Ltd is an Australian company with a world first connected device to help women overcome Urinary Stress Incontinence, called Pericoach, and we interviewed its CEO for the details!
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