Archive for May, 2013

Startups pitch to investors at CeBIT

MEET Andrey Shirben, an investor in 40 tech startups, and prime organiser of the CeBIT technology fair “PitchFest” event. View the original post

Surface Pro finally hits Australia

MICROSOFT today has launched its long awaited Windows 8 Surface Pro tablet computer in Australia. View the original post

CeBIT offers pearls of innovation

AUSTRALIAN research body NICTA’s alternative to Google Earth is among new technology on display at CeBIT in Sydney. View the original post

Sony extends 4K TV range in Australia

SONY has announced two new 4K TVs in Australia – 55 and 65-inch models to complement its giant 84-inch set released last year. View the original post

Brandis pledges ASIO funds at CeBIT

SHADOW Attorney-General George Brandis has used CeBIT to pledge the Coalition to resourcing Australia’s security organisations. View the original post

Asus Fonepad competes with Nexus 7

IT’S a tablet that can also be used as a phone. View the original post

Stand-up lectures cede to online apps

TABLET computers are forcing major changes at Australian universities. View the original post

Spotlight shines on the cloud

NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and two senior IT people from the Obama for America 2012 campaign will kick off  CeBIT. View the original post

Yahoo and Google hijack your eyeballs

INTERNET giants Yahoo and Google are rolling out a dazzling array of bells and whistles to win your love. View the original post

Xbox aims to be One and only

MICROSOFT is pitching to be a permanent part of your lounge room with a new Xbox One gaming console that fulfils your entertainment dreams. View the original post

Xbox One to target Telstra’s T-Box

MICROSOFT’S expansion of the Xbox One as an entertainment hub will put it head-to-head against Telstra’s successful T-box in the Australian market. View the original post

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