Vale the $1000 smartphone – revisited A press release from OnePlus for its new US$399 OnePlus 3 flagship Android smartphone — regrettably not sold in Australia — got me thinking again about value…
How to stop pesky, annoying, iOS update nag screens Apple’s iOS enjoys the least "fragmentation" of any operating system: 84% are on iOS 9.x, 11% on iOS 8.x and 5% on earlier versions. Much…
How has personal computing changed over the past four decades? In 1975, forty-one years ago, micro computing seriously started with an acronym – CP/M (control program for microcomputers), followed by the Apple DOS in 1978, and…
Is Samsung on a roll? The past few years have been challenging for Samsung as it struggled to move from a mega South Korean manufacturer to a prestige brand.
Is Apple rotten? (opinion) Is Apple losing its mojo baby? I know the Apple aficionados are going to tear into me — probably led by some of my pro-Apple colleagues —…
Windows 10 whether you want it or not Microsoft appears to have adopted ‘catch 22’ type tactics (circumstance from which there is no escape because of mutually conflicting or dependent conditions). Windows 10…
Cars that know you better than you know yourself Ford’s new SYNC MoodTech changes the way drivers and vehicles interact linking driver and vehicle like never before.
Why iPhone SE makes no sense – size does matter Apple’s decision to introduce a small form factor iPhone – a 4” screen with updated innards - has been both bagged and praised. But does…
Apple slags off at old PCs – not PC Apple may have had its moment of glory (well 60 minutes) at its launch today but Phil Schiller, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, was simply…
Left to right - Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove, Lady Cosgrove and UWA Chancellor Dr Michael Chaney Robots, virtual reality, collaborative touch screens and 3D printing were on show at a new facility launched by Australia’s Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady…

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