It’s taken a while, but database leader Oracle has finally come up with a product to match its rival SAP’s HANA.
If the reaction is anything to go by, the release of Google’s Chromecast will revolutionise video streaming in Australia. In reality it is just another…
Over 10,000 over 55s have had an anxious wait to find out if their phone services will be restored, and whether they will be able…
Wednesday, 14 May 2014 05:42

Budget an attack on IT

The Federal Budget has given real substance to the anti-science mentality so evident in this Government’s world view.
Malcolm Turnbull has published a detailed rebuttal of the Senate’s criticism of his plans for the NBN. It contains an admission that he is committed…
Vodafone may still be a distant number three in the Australian telco market, but things have been changing. Now a new CEO wants to do…
Microsoft is now a major smartphone player, offering an increasingly viable alternative to Apple’s iPhone and the fragmented Android world. Will it ever move out…
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 11:57

How HP analyses IT operations

HP seems to be popping up a lot lately. The world’s largest systems vendor (it went past IBM a few year ago) has fingers in…
Apple has a dirty secret. There is a massive hole in its iPhone messaging system.
Two ‘angry’ water buffaloes caused chaos in Sydney’s inner west when they escaped from a film shoot for a Samsung advertisement.




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