Archive for July, 2014

Mobile broadband boosts economy

MOBILE broadband has boosted Australia’s economic activity by $34 billion last year, with app development employing 140,000 workers. View the original post

iWatch latecomer racing against the clock

APPLE is a latecomer in a smartwatch market populated by its Android rivals. View the original post

iwatch this space

FOR Apple fans, it’s iTime the company showed its hand. View the original post

Apple cuts price of MacBook Pro

APPLE has released a new range of MacBook Pros with faster processors, dropping the price of its top-end model. View the original post

Best LG ­Android phone we’ve seen

IN many ways, they have trounced the opposition. View the original post

LG’s wearable is more than a gimmick

I WAS cynical when I donned LG’s G Watch on my wrist for this review. View the original post

Onion ransomware could take root here

A NEW wave of sophisticated ransomware is expected to spread to Australia. View the original post

Australia wins robot World Cup

AUSTRALIA’S robots are one up on their human counterparts, having trounced Germany to win the robot World Cup in Brazil overnight. View the original post

Talk, tap, tell time with LG devices

LG has unveiled its G3 phone, G Pad 10.1 tablet and G Watch in Australia as it tinkers with TV screens that roll up like a window blind. View the original post

ThinkPad certainly lacking some grunt

LENOVO’s new ThinkPad Tablet 10 is solid but lacks grunt for an $800-plus device. View the original post

Sony releases new 4K TVs

SONY has released a new range of 4K TVs but will continue not to offer special 4K content to Australian customers. View the original post

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