Archive for March, 2019

Safety in numbers

Researchers are using artificial intelligence to predict and alleviate natural disasters such as earthquakes, bushfires and floods.

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Safety in numbers

With iPhone sales flagging, Apple moves into subscription services in a big way with Apple News+.

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Apple’s big pivot to news

With iPhone sales flagging, Apple moves into subscription services in a big way with Apple News+.

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Shots fired at Netflix

Apple has recruited Hollywood’s heavy hitters with a service that pitches original content and more than 100,000 movie titles.

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Sound systems to get you amped

The new Sonos Amp has several tricks up its sleeve that make it a more intriguing story than your everyday amplifier.

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Alcatel’s low-budget smartphone

For those on tighter budgets, there are plenty of smartphones at the lower end of the market.

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Devices that won’t break the bank

A $129 phone can perform many non-memory intensive tasks, but paying $200 or so more will get you over the painful slowness.

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Canva heads for the Hills

In five years, Canva chief Melanie Perkins, 31, has turned her start-up graphics design software company into a venture worth $1.4bn.

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LNP domain name lapses

The LNP in Queensland has offloaded lnp.com.au which offers an opportunity for a rival.

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Sun still shines on Huawei

Huawei operates a vast solar equipment business that sources say is booming in Australia and internationally.

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Apple spruiks two new iPads

Apple is resurrecting the iPad Air brand, today announcing two new devices.

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