Archive for December, 2014

iWidgets, there’s never enough stuff

WIDGETS on the iPhone? It sounds as incongruous as mixing milk and orange juice. View the original post

Netflix to offer 4K content in Australia

US streaming service Netflix will roll out 4K content to Australian customers after it begins operations here in March. View the original post

Top to toe tech

THE fact that your relatives and friends are unlikely to own wearables makes them great Christmas gifts. View the original post

Coding under the spotlight

FORTY-SIX years ago, my school introduced a coding unit as part of Year 10 maths. It would change my life. View the original post

Apple’s app store appeal denied

THE meaning of “app store” received a thorough airing during Apple’s recently lost Federal Court trademark battle. View the original post

A peek into the Sphere of possibility

IT’S Australian developed, it runs Ubuntu Linux, and it’s about to control homes worldwide. View the original post

Acer Aspire twists and turns

WHY do some manufacturers make notebook screens that perform contortions like the great Harry Houdini? View the original post

Smart glasses: data in your face

WHILE we await the arrival of Google Glass in Australia, other companies are getting in first with their own smart glasses. View the original post

Watch what they’re wearing now

TODAY’S wearables do more than just monitor health. View the original post

It’s power without the price

MICROSOFT’s mid-range Lumia 830 smartphone boasts features the premium Lumia 930 doesn’t have. View the original post

Trade deal to open China opportunities

THE free-trade agreement with China and the potential Indian trade deal have been welcomed by local ICT firms. View the original post

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: wordpress themes free | Find Free WordPress Themes and find best wordpress themes at wordpress 4 themes.