Archive for July, 2013

Vodafone offers Cat 4 LTE on tablets

VODAFONE has upped its war against Telstra over mobile network speeds following a deal with Huawei. View the original post

Foxtel launches internet ground-breaker

FOXTEL today rolls out its Foxtel Play service streaming programming over broadband internet rather than through cable or via satellite. View the original post

Verdict on prices: nothing but a rort

IT giants such as Adobe and Microsoft have without justification been adding big mark-ups to hardware and software sold in Australia. View the original post

IT giants ‘price gouging’ in Australia

INTERNATIONAL IT firms are adding huge mark-ups to hardware and software sold to Australian consumers without justification. View the original post

Taking pain out of tax calculations

NOTHING is certain but death and taxes, and nothing is surer than plenty of tax-related apps for Apple and Android mobile devices. View the original post

Australians pay 50pc more for tech

A REPORT into the “price gouging” of technology consumers wants  the lifting of restrictions on parallel imports and a ban on geo-blocking. View the original post

Glass shatters doubts

WE road test Google’s top-secret wearable computer. View the original post

Smartphones to test mobile driving law

THREE Motorola smartphones have been unveiled in the US that might test the limit of mobile phone driving laws. View the original post

Slim phones with fat, juicy pickings

HUAWEI has launched two new high-end phones in Australia: the workhorse Ascend P2 and the more designer-focused P6. View the original post

Cash in on your unused bandwith

BUSINESSES will be able to sell and monetise their unused internet bandwidth to other companies. View the original post

Get right up close and . . . snap

THESE binoculars give images in electronic 3D splendour. View the original post

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