Archive for November, 2013

Disaster agencies to share data

CSIRO has organised a meeting with disaster management agencies to discuss data sharing. View the original post

Practicality depends on point of view

NOT a bad idea, if you can manage to install it. View the original post

CSIRO’s WiFi windfall comes to an end

WIFI is one of the great inventions of the digital age and for Australia’s CSIRO, the flow of royalties has come to a close. View the original post

Booksellers bristle at Amazon’s arrival

AUSTRALIAN booksellers have lashed out at retail giant Amazon which this month opened a local online e-book store. View the original post

Microsoft SkyDrive suffers outages

MICROSOFT has restored its SkyDrive cloud service and other sites which went offline today. View the original post

No end to hackings: expert

AUSTRALIA is likely to face more computer system hacking attempts as Indonesian hackers vent their anger over spying allegations. View the original post

HTC blinks, BlinkFeed an option

AUSTRALIAN users of the HTC One smartphone will be able to switch off the company’s controversial BlinkFeed app. View the original post

Analysts chew into KitKat

GOOGLE’S KitKat Android OS has escalated a US telco war over NFC and there are security questions about its lower memory use. View the original post

On cloud wine

CLOUD computing with real-time monitoring of grapes on the vine is enhancing the wine on our table. View the original post

Plants talking to you? We dig it

FLOWER Power lets your garden tell you how it’s going. View the original post

NBN fibre plan ‘has load, security issues’

A FIBRE-ONLY NBN would face greater data congestion than a copper, fibre-to-the-node network, a key proponent of DSL technology claims. View the original post

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