Archive for October, 2011

Apple pursues high quality 3D mapping

APPLE has acquired a second 3D mapping company, a move which confirms its interest in offering detailed 3D maps, reports say. View the original post

ACCC app dobs in dodgy products

AUSTRALIA’S consumer watchdog has launched an iPhone app that offers information on recalled consumer goods. View the original post

Motorola unveils Razr smartphone

MOTOROLA has launched its new Razr smartphone in Australia — a successor to its Atrix phone released locally in May. View the original post

Nokia launches Windows smartphones

NOKIA has released two Windows 7 smartphones but they will not be available in Australia in time for Christmas sales. View the original post

Microsoft unveils Zune Music Pass

MICROSOFT Australia has announced a streaming music service for more than 11 million downloadable tracks at $11.99 per month. View the original post

NATO uses Facebook to signal Libyan end

NATO’S Supreme Allied Commander in Europe turned to Facebook to formalise the end of its mission in Libya. View the original post

iPhone adds features to elegance

APPLE seems to have disappointed few by releasing an iPhone that looks the same as its predecessor. View the original post

Apple’s iOS5 available from today

APPLE mobile users from today will be freed from having to update their devices using a USB cable. View the original post

Nokia roars back with N9 smartphone

NOKIA’S N9 is an upmarket designer phone with a bright screen. But can it compete with the iPhone 4S? View the original post

iPhone adds features to elegance

APPLE seems to have disappointed few by releasing an iPhone that looks the same as its predecessor. View the original post

IBM to hire researchers for lab

IBM is hiring researchers and interns for its Australian research and development laboratory which opened in Melbourne on Friday. View the original post

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