Archive for December, 2012

Crystal-ball gazing points to trends

NEXT year will see the PC world go touchscreen crazy, tablet computers sales escalate again, and innovation involving robotics. View the original post

Union slams plan to buy 11,000 iPads

A PEEK education union has slammed the University of Western Sydney for buying 11,000 iPads for new students and staff. View the original post

Printed guns loom as a nightmare

THE complexity of gun control may become more difficult with illegal home-printed gun parts made by 3D printers on the horizon. View the original post

University to hand out 11,000 iPads

THE University of Western Sydney has announced a rollout of 11,000 Apple iPads to new students and academic staff in 2013. View the original post

Facebook plans autoplay video ads

MULTIPLE sources say Facebook will roll out video ads that play automatically in user news feeds on the web and mobile devices. View the original post

Instagram forced to rethink brain-snap

PHOTO sharing site Instagram has backed away from a plan to grant itself a right to sell millions of images posted by its users. View the original post

Small body, big idea

THERE’S compact appeal in a new Canon. View the original post

Net pics in a flash

AN Eye-Fi card allows your camera to transmit images across the internet. View the original post

Google ditches Sync, Calendar services

GOOGLE has ditched its Sync and Calendar Sync services as part of a ‘winter cleaning’  exercise. View the original post

Canadian artist tops iTunes downloads

“CALL Me Maybe” by Canadian singer songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen was the top selling song in Apple iTunes’ Australian store this year. View the original post

Pandora takes on Aussie radio

EASY listening radio faces competition from online radio service Pandora which officially launched in Australia this week. View the original post

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