Australia wins robot World Cup

AUSTRALIA’S robots are one up on their human counterparts, having trounced Germany to win the robot World Cup in Brazil overnight.
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Talk, tap, tell time with LG devices

LG has unveiled its G3 phone, G Pad 10.1 tablet and G Watch in Australia as it tinkers with TV screens that roll up like a window blind.
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Hi-tech locks failing fire regulations

AUSTRALIANS wanting to install new hi-tech front-door locks may find they may not meet fire regulations.
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Sony releases new 4K TVs

SONY has released a new range of 4K TVs but will continue not to offer special 4K content to Australian customers.
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ThinkPad certainly lacking some grunt

LENOVO’s new ThinkPad Tablet 10 is solid but lacks grunt for an $800-plus device.
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Gamers meet their ‘Destiny’

AUSTRALIAN PlayStation users today are getting their first taste of what’s billed as this year’s biggest blockbuster game — Destiny.
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Scientific skinful

ELECTRONIC tattoos are the next big thing in technology.
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Retailers lagging in online markets

ALMOST 40 per cent of Australian retailers are failing to engage online and risk losing out to overseas competitors.
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Nokia still lags the field on apps

NOKIA’S new flagship, the Lumia 930, is possibly the most ­attractive high-end phone of the Lumia range.
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CUA rolls out mobile wave and go

CUA has become the first Australian credit union to roll out mobile wave and go payments that use Cuscal’s host card emulation system.
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Flights of fancy at your fingertips

IMPROVED technology is giving drone-flyers more control over their craft’s path.
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