Archive for February, 2013

Apple to pay $98m

THEY’RE called “bait apps”. You download them for free but shell out when using them — and they’ve got Apple into trouble. View the original post

Sony nails it with the Xperia Z

HAS Sony finally nailed it? From our time using the Xperia Z handset, Sony seems to have achieved exactly that. View the original post

Asus to launch Intel Android tablet

TAIWANESE manufacturer Asus will release an Android tablet with an Intel Atom processor. View the original post

HP snubs Windows RT in Barcelona

THE Mobile World Congress gets underway in Barcelona today, but already announcements about new devices are flowing thick and fast. View the original post

HTC reloads with ‘UltraPixel’ One

HTC last night showed off some capabilities of its new premium HTC One handset at a ritzy Australian launch in Sydney last night. View the original post

Apple patent shows curved screen iWatch

APPLE’s iWatch could be a flexible or curved touchscreen on a user’s wrist, according to a patent application it has filed in the US. View the original post

Sony console kept under wraps

SONY Entertainment launched its PlayStation 4 in New York yesterday but the gaming console itself was not on display. View the original post

High tech tap is not hot air

TECH guru Sir James Dyson last night sought to convince Australians to pay $1590 for a high-tech tap that also dries your hands. View the original post

Netgear’s router sets new standard

IT looks like a work of art, it is user friendly and works really fast. View the original post

Answer emerges in quest for real speed

UNTIL recently, you had to lay category 6 ethernet cable to achieve lightning gigabit speeds across a home network. View the original post

Roamz delivers analytics to retailers

AUSTRALIAN-PRODUCED app Roamz can tell a retail store what customers are saying in real time. View the original post

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