Archive for July, 2017

Party over for AltSpaceVR

The world of virtual reality has suffered a financial casualty, as social VR site AltSpaceVR pulls the plug.

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Job hunting in age of machines

You might need to impress a machine the next time you apply for a job. And be careful what you put online.

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Paint is back after Microsoft recants

Microsoft has decided not to brush aside the MS Paint app after a global user backlash.

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Google bye-byes Wi-Fi black spots

Your days of Wi-Fi black spots in your home are over, says Google.

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Panasonic flexes its plasma muscles

OLED panels with their signature in-built backlighting at first suffered huge rejection rates ­during manufacture.

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Free-range virtual reality arrives

Free-range virtual reality provider Zero Latency is announcing an experience in Brisbane as part of its expansion.

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Consumer smarts can save you

Research, regular check-backs, and savvy bargaining with providers can save you hundreds on your power and gas bills.

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Tech giants lurk in your living room

Google Home, Apple HomePod and Amazon Echo are shaping to make Australian homes a marketing bonanza.

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The zigzag career

This tech guy had 14 jobs in 13 years – but only one boss. Moving around the company taught him to be a better executive.

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It’s here to help

Google Home, now available in Australia, is like Siri on steroids. And it’ll get better while keeping you entertained.

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Animal rights in selfie era

This monkey took a selfie on a wildlife photographer’s camera sparking a copyright battle. How does the law apply to Aussie animals?

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