Archive for November, 2014

Top tech of 2014

HERE are a dozen of our favourite personal tech gadgets for the year. View the original post

Sensors, the cloud fight disease

NEW tiny sensors attached to bees together with big data analytics is transforming our knowledge of their world. View the original post

Facebook Rooms could face backlash

Facebook has unveiled a standalone app that lets you communicate with your in-crowd, but it could have privacy advocates up in arms. View the original post

Not pro? Switch over to autopilot

PANASONIC has released its first ultra high definition (UHD) camera. And it’s impressive. View the original post

Apple releases RED apps

APPLE will again donate a slice of its global sales to anti-AIDS charity (RED) in the lead up to World AIDS Day. View the original post

A novel way to cleanliness

THE latest frontier in the fight for technological dominance is Kobo’s new bathtub e-book reader. View the original post

Password warning for webcams

HUMANITY has been given a stern warning: password protect anything you connect online. View the original post

Australian science channel launched

NOT-FOR-PROFIT body RiAus will launch a free, dedicated TV channel online and on mobiles for science programs developed by Australian organisations. View the original post

WhatsApp begins encrypting messages

WHATSAPP has begun automatically encrypting text messages, a move that could spark a battle with authorities. View the original post

Pair hopes drone delivers the goods

THE home of the future could include a net that collects goods you have bought online and had delivered by drone. View the original post

Belkin mastermind keeps trendsetting

BILLIONAIRE and Belkin founder Chet Pipkin typifies the story of rags-to-riches tech visionaries. View the original post

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