Archive for September, 2017

Nokia’s retro handset returns

Nokia is back with a new phone, not exactly smart but at $89.95 it’s sure to have plenty of takers.

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Has Amazon hit the spot?

Amazon’s latest Alexa device promises to be alarm clock, speaker, communication device and video screen.

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Hackett quits as Redflow CEO

Australian entrepreneur Simon Hackett has stepped down as CEO of battery storage firm Redflow.

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A smart fitness market to watch

Fitbit is moving into Apple and Samsung territory with its first general purpose smart watch, Ionic.

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The 30-year Dyson masterplan

James Dyson has been looking at ways to limit exhaust emissions in cars since 1990 – now he is attempting to create his most radical product yet.

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Twitter’s drastic experiment

Twitter is experimenting with a new concept which could result in your tweets looking very different.

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Revelling in cricket, computers

Satya Nadella was toying with a Kookaburra cricket ball when he learned he would be the next Microsoft CEO.

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Microsoft hits refresh

Quantum computing and artificial intelligence are high on the agenda at Microsoft.

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Note8 lacks iPhone X factor

After its Note7 battery scandal, Samsung hopes we’re ­focusing on the phone’s successor, Note8.

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Review: Apple TV 4K

Apple has released a new version of its Apple TV with long overdue support for ultra high resolution content.

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Review: Apple Watch Series 3

It’s 4pm in Sydney Park. I’ve got a new Apple Watch Series 3 on my arm while walking and jogging along.

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