Archive for November, 2011

Samsung tablet victory short-lived

SAMSUNG’S bid to have an interim ban in Australia on its Galaxy 10.1 tablet computer lifted has hit a brick wall. View the original post

Yelp goes live in Australia

YELP, a US-based site that boasts more than 22 million consumer written reviews, goes live today in Australia. View the original post

Music app goes out on a limb

SOMETIMES it’s nice to be taken outside our comfort zone, but not too far. View the original post

Sony delivers small-screen Android

BUT the 5-megapixel camera and no HDMI port are shortcomings. View the original post

‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ comes to tablets

GOOGLE’S fourth-generation operating system called “Ice Cream Sandwich” will start being rolled out next month on tablet computers. View the original post

Google kills off seven services

GOOGLE has announced it will kill its much hyped Google Wave real time messaging platform on April 30, and six other projects. View the original post

ACS elects Nick Tate as new president

THE Australian Computer Society has elected Dr Nick Tate, an expert in storage and IT security, as its new national president. View the original post

No local PlayBook price cuts

AUSTRALIAN online consumers will have to go overseas to benefit from drastic price cuts to the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. View the original post

Cloud pushes limits for home storage

THERE are many options for unclogging your hard drive. View the original post

Ideal tool to capture fleeting moments

ONE shudders to think who will use Sony’s extraordinary DEV-5 Digital Recording Binoculars. View the original post

Amazon phone a smart move

AMAZON’S apparent move to sell a smartphone would give it another way to market its vast content, analysts said. View the original post

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