Archive for October, 2014

Time to switch off the plasma

THE plasma TV is virtually dead with one of the last manufacturers to stop production on November 30. View the original post

The death of plasma TV

THE decision by LG Electronics to halt plasma production has left the once popular TV in its death throes. View the original post

Meet the nestworkers

HOME devices will soon communicate with each other. But will the companies behind these wireless products do the same? View the original post

Lenovo pushes into Australia

LENOVO CEO Yang Yuanqing, who was in Sydney today, has signed up Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi for a major retail push. View the original post

Siri-ous stuff for hands-free drivers

APPLE’S CarPlay may have a few teething problems but it has plenty of potential. View the original post

Apple sticks with its winning Air ways

APPLE has stuck to the status quo with its iPad Air 2, which remains the ultimate media consumption tablet. View the original post

Megaport spins off fibre assets

ENTREPRENEUR Bevan Slattery will take his data centre interconnections business Megaport into Asia, Europe, and North America. View the original post

Apple’s iPad Air 2 — hands on

IS one small step with the iPad Air 2, another giant leap for Apple? View the original post

Tweet salvation: lessons in survival

THE power of a tweet to help public figures overcome their PR blunders was among examples presented to business participants. View the original post

Blocking hackers through air-con

A SOUTH Australian start-up is out to stop hackers accessing networks through air conditioning and light controlling systems. View the original post

Summit focus on trade and tax

NEXT month’s gathering of world leaders in Brisbane for the G20 offers technology companies an opportunity and a headache. View the original post

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