Archive for February, 2012

Apple to unveil new iPad on March 8

APPLE is gearing to announce the third generation of its iPad tablet computer at a gala event in San Francisco on March 8 AEST. View the original post

PCs with Kinect respond to your moves

A TECHNOLOGY better known in Xbox and action games is finding more uses. View the original post

Firms wary of offshore cloud

SOME Australian companies are worried and even “paranoid” about storing personally identifiable data offshore. View the original post

Adobe releases Photoshop app for iPad

ADOBE’S iconic Photoshop sofware is about to become available for Apple’s iPad. View the original post

Paul Fletcher slams ‘hugely risky’ NBN

FORMER Optus executive and now Liberal MP Paul Fletcher has attacked the federal government’s National Broadband Network on the Gold Coast. View the original post

Facebook habit becomes quick fix

AUSTRALIANS are getting bored with Facebook and are spending less time on it than six months ago. View the original post

NICTA bullish on year ahead

Tracking and face recognition technologies were among more than 60 projects featured at NICTA’s annual technology showcase. View the original post

Audio description TV trial for blind

BLIND TV viewers will be able to listen to a voice describing the scenes on their TVs under a trial announced by the federal Government. View the original post

SMS revenue dives worldwide

SMS revenue plummeted $13.1 billion worldwide last year as more consumers opted to using data-based social messaging services. View the original post

Microsoft Office heads to the iPad

MICROSOFT is reported to be finalising a version of Office that will run on the iPad. View the original post

Motorola releases leaner Xoom 2 tablet

MOTOROLA has launched the second generation of its Xoom tablet, a slimmer and lighter version of the original released last May. View the original post

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