Encouraging employees to unleash their new-age creativity is an increasingly popular practice in corporations.
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First, appliances such as lights and blinds were hooked up to remote controls. Now they are voice activated.
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Twitter will revamp the 140 character limit by eliminating character counts for photos and @names.
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The falling Australian dollar has dampened the growth of some online sales, but overall the nation’s digital economy is steaming ahead.
View the original post: Digital economy steams ahead
Would you pay $2400 for a shiny new one Terabyte external hard drive — if it was a fashion statement?
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Samsung’s latest smart TV and Blu-ray player combine to finally make sense of having a 4K TV.
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The Australian’s Chris Griffith has been named Best Consumer Technology Journalist at the IT Journalism Awards in Sydney.
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The flight data on the B55 can be uploaded to a phone, emailed as a spreadsheet and copied and pasted to a pilot’s log.
View the original post: Breitling reaches new heights
A barrel roll, wingover, loop, stall turn and aileron roll. It was aerobatics in the Red Baron and a YOLO moment.
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Samsung has dumped 3D as it pushes high dynamic range on its 2016 premium sets.
View the original post: 3D TV fades from view