Archive for March, 2014

Agency adopts bitcoin to lure Chinese

A SYDNEY real estate agency taking property deposits in virtual currency bitcoin is out to woo Chinese investors. View the original post

HTC One (M8) launches in Australia

HTC yesterday marked the Australian arrival of its One (M8) handset, by taking journalists on a boat trip on Sydney Harbour. View the original post

Real estate agency to accept bitcoins

A SYDNEY real estate agency will take property deposits in virtual currency bitcoin to woo Chinese investors comfortable with transacting in it. View the original post

RockinÂ’ in a better world

LEGENDARY 70s singer Neil Young has been obsessed with it. Equally iconic musicians concur. View the original post

New Samsung checks heart and pays bills

SAMSUNG last night launched its long-awaited Galaxy S5 smartphone, with two smartwatches and an activity band. View the original post

To capture a fleeting moment

IT’S a huge claim: that your interchangeable lens camera has the world’s fastest autofocus in its class. View the original post

Collars track optimum insemination

SENSORS, cloud data and computing number crunching are tackling a crucial farming question. View the original post

Mobile apps could save lives

VOLUNTEERS will have access to special mobile apps to help in emergencies. View the original post

GE banks on big data

BIG data analytics of commercial jet engine performance could save $2 billion annually in fuel costs, General Electric says. View the original post

Cisco on NBN’s future

CISCO Australia wants to play a pivotal role in the rollout of the National Broadband Network. View the original post

How to speed up NBN rollout

THE federal government could quickly connect 3 million homes to the NBN if it was prepared to use hybrid-fibre cable, says Cisco. View the original post

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