Windows leaps to 10, nods to 7

MICROSOFT is out to claw back corporate support with Windows 10 following the disaster of Windows 8.
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Beam me up

PORTABLE virtual reality is coming soon to a store near you, and the sky’s the limit as far as potential applications are concerned.
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.melbourne goes live

A NEW age for Australia’s internet starts tomorrow when the first .melbourne domain names go live.
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Apps to aid wearables at work

COMPANIES might soon supply work-related apps for employees’ smartwatches and other wearables they bring to the office.
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Stuck inside the BlackBerry square

IS the BlackBerry Passport a masterstroke by an ­ailing company? Or is it a square peg in a round hole?
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Flaw could cripple computer networks

HACKERS are exploiting a security hole in software code that’s fundamental to the running of machines across the internet.
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Baidu opens to Aussie business

DOMINANT China search engine Baidu will offer Australian business access to more than half a billion ­Chinese consumers.
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Samsung goes out-of-body

THE out-of-body experience of virtual reality is about to hit Australia with Samsung launching its Gear VR headset.
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Samsung’s big Note shakes Apple’s tree

SAMSUNG last night launched a Galaxy Note phone with a screen that’s even larger than that of rival Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus.
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AMA to scrutinise Apple’s HealthKit

APPLE’S new HealthKit system has big issues involving privacy and the accuracy of data, healthcare professionals said.
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Apple upgrade no cure for old age

YOU can give an Apple device a Botox facelift by upgrading it to iOS 8. But like Botox, it’s not a cure for old age.
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