Archive for February, 2013

Mining real-time customer feedback

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

DVD sales plummet in Australia

SALES of DVD video products have continued to plummet in Australia as consumers migrate to online video platforms. View the original post

Real Racing offers a local spin

REAL Racing addicts will be able to spin around the streets of Melbourne’s CBD in the app’s latest update. View the original post

Ultrabook envy is upon us

THERE’S much to like in touch-enabled notebooks running Windows 8, but be warned one of these is ultra-expensive. View the original post

Researchers target superbugs

AUSTRALIAN researchers want to reduce the threat posed by hospital superbugs using DNA sequencing and data analysis. View the original post

Infosys, NICTA announce alliance

IT services firm Infosys has joined forces with research body National ICT Australia to tackle hard technology issues faced by business. View the original post

NICTA to predict water pipe failures

NICTA will use IT to predict the decay of underground water pipes in NSW, a project that could potentially save $700 million a year in Australia. View the original post

IT big three asked to explain prices

APPLE, Microsoft and Adobe will be forced to explain why they charge Australians up to 50 per cent more than Americans. View the original post

Nokia delivers with cheap phone rich in features

BUDGET phones can be miserable affairs. View the original post

Not all apps equal in Windows 8

BUYERS of Windows 8 smartphones need to check on the availability of apps that offer vital functionality. View the original post

IT firms summonsed over ‘price gouging’

APPLE, Adobe and Microsoft have been summonsed to appear before a parliamentary inquiry examining price gouging of Australian consumers. View the original post

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