Archive for February, 2019

Welcome to the 5G age

The latest generation of cellular technology is all the rage at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress.

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Android tablets, 2-in-1s sales fall

A crash in the Android tablet market has helped spark an overall decline in local tablet sales.

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HoloLens 2 twice as immersive

Microsoft has unveiled a second-generation HoloLens that more than doubles the field of view of the original.

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LG taps a new vein

LG has unveiled a phone that ­operates using gestures. You can also show it your veins to unlock the device.

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XPS adopts a different angle

Until now, the users of Dell XPS laptops were innocent victims of a horrible image problem thrust upon them.

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BuzzFeed victim of Facebook frenemy

Australian staff at embattled online publication BuzzFeed are unhappy at the redundancy process.

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Business slow to take up AI

Australian business is behind adopting state-of-the-art artificial intelligence compared to US ones, says a new Accenture report.

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Samsung details folding phone

Samsung today showcased its first foldable phone which will be available in the second quarter.

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Folding phone, Galaxy S10 land

Samsung has taken the fight up to Apple with four Galaxy S10 models, a folding phone, wireless earbuds and fitness watches.

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Samsung’s 5G breakthrough

Samsung’s 5G phone, unveiled this morning, will be available in Australia in the first half of this year courtesy of Telstra.

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ACS turns TV producer

The Australian Computer Society has produced a TV show that pits entrepreneurs in a fight for a $20,000 prize.

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