Archive for January, 2018

Mooted phone cuts hits Apple

Concerns that Apple is halving production of its Phone X have taken the shine off the technology giant.

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Apple cuts iPhone X target

The hefty price of iPhone X might have been a step too far, even for many cashed up Apple users.

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Get off-grid texts with goTenna

goTenna’s brilliant outdoor mesh network is in Australia.

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Get used to the USB-C standard

Powered by Intel’s new processors this year’s notebooks are lightweight, powerful but with solid battery life.

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AI gives workers reason to fear

Algorithms are outpacing Australian workers in the productivity stakes.

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AU domains facing shake-up

New proposals to drop .com and .org would also allow using other language sets such as Arabic in Australian web addresses.

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Tech giants vie for users’ homes

Amazon, Google and Apple are locked in a fierce battle to control the technology inside your home.

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Alexa, beam me up

The personal assistant is improving by leaps and bounds, and tech giants are gearing up to reap a rich commercial harvest.

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Start-ups unleash their toys

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is not only a chance for big companies to show off their new wares.

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Microsoft computers ‘hit by fix’

Microsoft confirm Windows computers face a significant performance hit with fixes for “Meltdown” and “Spectre”.

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Ford focus on free-flowing cities

Ford has detailed further plans to partner businesses in operating autonomous vehicles.

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