Archive for April, 2012

Garage sales go high tech on Saturday

THE traditional garage sale will go high tech this Saturday through a website that coordinates local activities across Australia. View the original post

Conroy launches tech price inquiry

COMMUNICATIONS minister Stephen Conroy has announced a parliamentary inquiry into exorbitant prices paid by Australians for tech. View the original post

Google’s brave new world

GOOGLE wants humankind to store all its documents on its servers, and to trust it with our computer processing needs as well. View the original post

Sony launches local smart TV range

SONY has joined LG, Samsung and Panasonic by announcing its Australian smart TV line up for this year. View the original post

Google launches Drive storage, syncing

GOOGLE today launched its Drive storage and syncing service which offers DropBox-style features and replaces Google Documents. View the original post

TVs appsolutely beefed up for Games

SMART TVs that broadcast live-to-air programming and offer internet services are likely to be increasingly popular this year View the original post

Cashed-up gamers seeing double

LG’s latest sets feature a variation on 3D. View the original post

Cubby makes syncing a snap

LOGMEIN has a solid reputation for its secure, encrypted remote desktop access and collaboration software. View the original post

Telstra’s mobile WiFi tunes up iPad

TELSTRA’S new 4G mobile modem definitely does deliver true 4G speeds to Apple’s new iPad. View the original post

TVs to quell couch wars

YOU’RE on the couch, watching sport. Your spouse is sitting right next to you watching a different show on the same screen. View the original post

Serious toys for serious boys

AUSTRALIAN skies could soon be filled with flying quadracopters taking HD-video of life down under, with the local launch of Parrot’s AR Drone this week. View the original post

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