Apple to roll out spatial audio music

Apple says it will roll out spatial audio music with Dolby Atmos support in Apple Music from next month.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Apple to roll out spatial audio music

There’s more than surface differences here

Microsoft’s Surface Laptop 4 looks like its predecessor but is more powerful and offers much longer battery life.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: There’s more than surface differences here

Would you pay $3.84 monthly for Twitter?

Twitter is reportedly working on a subscription service called ‘Twitter Blue’ that will cost Australian $3.84 per month.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Would you pay $3.84 monthly for Twitter?

Cloud pivotal in shift to remote work

AWS country manager Adam Beavis has lauded the crucial role that the cloud played with workforces distributed at home during the pandemic.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Cloud pivotal in shift to remote work

Colonial Pipeline pays hackers $US5 million

Colonial Pipeline’s apparent decision to pay a $US 5 million ransom can only validate ransomware attacks in the eyes of hackers.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Colonial Pipeline pays hackers $US5 million

Amazon wins EU tax appeal

Amazon has successfully appealed an antitrust order in the EU to pay $US295m in back taxes.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Amazon wins EU tax appeal

Firms home in on budget cyber security spend

ICT firms have homed in on cyber security as a weak point in the federal budget a year after the PM declared all levels of government were under attack.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Firms home in on budget cyber security spend

Tech budget gets a tick

The IT community has welcomed tech-focused initiatives in the budget but vision and filling vacant IT jobs remains an issue.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Tech budget gets a tick

IBM quadruples phone battery life

IBM says it has prototyped a new computer chip smaller than the width of a single strand of human DNA.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: IBM quadruples phone battery life

Tech industry backs digital initiatives

The tech industry seems mainly supportive of the Morrison government’s $1.2bn digital economy strategy although some say Australia still lags in technology development.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Tech industry backs digital initiatives

Nearmap named in rival legal action

The prospect of a painful legal action forced aerial mapping firm Nearmap to place itself into a trading halt on Wednesday just as its shares had surged.

— Delivered by Feed43 service

View the original post: Nearmap named in rival legal action

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: wordpress themes free | Find Free WordPress Themes and find best wordpress themes at wordpress 4 themes.