Archive for March, 2012

Law tough on fine print

AUSTRALIAN consumer law is tough on companies that leave qualifying statements about products to the fine print. View the original post

Samsung Galaxy SII 4G now in Australia

TELSTRA and Samsung have unveiled a 4G version of the Galaxy S II, which also is capable of Near Field Communication tag reading. View the original post

Discovr People displays Twitter links

PERTH based Filter Squad has added a fourth app called Discovr People to its series of popular tree-style connections offerings. View the original post

Users duped by ‘fake’ iPhone app

QUESTIONS about quality control at Apple’s App store have been raised following the discovery of a “fake” app. View the original post

Contactless payments spike at CBA

CONTACTLESS payments at the Commonwealth Bank using smartphones and cards had more than quadrupled in a year. View the original post

Telstra releases 4G crutch for iPad

MOBILE device owners wanting 4G speeds in Australia can get them with a 4G WiFi modem announced by Telstra today. View the original post

Resolution only revolution in new iPad

THE new iPad’s colours are richer, but connectivity is much the same. View the original post

Apple to maintain lead with new iPad

APPLE is expected to sell more than one million new iPads in Australia this year. View the original post

PayPal launches phone payment reader

PAYPAL Australia has launched a smartphone app that turns a mobile phone into a mobile credit card reader. View the original post

The new iPad: the good and the bad

IN the time we’ve had to play with the new iPad, the outstanding feature is certainly the higher resolution screen and richer colours. View the original post

New iPad more costly at Apple

APPLE outlets are proving to be one of the most expensive places to buy the new iPad compared with Big W and online retailer Kogan. View the original post

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