Archive for June, 2017

Reality is virtually unlimited

Apple’s entry into augmented reality is gathering pace at an amazing rate, says one of its vice-presidents.

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Windows users must act now

Worried about today’s ransomware attack? If you are using Windows XP, 7, 8 or 10, you need to act now.

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Solar battery breakthrough

Solar panels could soon be made with battery storage embedded in them, in an Australian first.

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Researchers print batteries

Australian researchers are creating ultra-thin, flexible screen-printed batteries that can be printed like a newspaper.

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Which iMac is for you?

There’s many different iMacs in 2017, from entry level through to Apple’s most powerful device.

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Nokia nostalgia brings tears

Nokia nostalgia is catching on like wildfire. Just ask Arto Nummela.

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New Nokia targets value

The revived Nokia is undercutting the Australian phone market with three Android phones costing less than $400.

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Camera tricks spur XZ’s appeal

At 3840 x 2160 pixels or 807 pixels per inch, it blows away both iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S8.

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Raise your voice

Want to send yourself a reminder, make a hands-free call or find a nearby restaurant? Just say it.

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Cracking terror’s codes

Governments and intelligence agencies face a savvy enemy.

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Kogan offers 30GB of 4G for $50

Kogan today has expanded into mobile broadband with offers to tempt you to ditch ADSL.

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