Archive for April, 2015

New team readies tech fair

CeBIT Australia opens next week at Sydney’s Olympic Park with a new boss just 10 weeks into the job. View the original post

LG unveils G4 flagship phone

LG has shunned cold steel, going for a big phone with a leather back for its 2015 flagship, the G4. View the original post

Chinese move on smartphone market

This could be the year that Chinese manufacturers start to get serious about selling premium phones in the Aust­ralian market. View the original post

Recon ships its smart glasses

Vancouver-based Recon Instruments says it has started shipping its Recon Jet smart glasses globally. View the original post

Huawei upbeat about growth

Networking giant Huawei has put claims of involvement in espionage behind it to forge a rapidly growing business in Australia. View the original post

Huawei ready to take on iPhone 6

The spectacular growth of Shenzhen, China, reflects that of Huawei, the phone maker primed to take on Apple. View the original post

We’re plugged in for e-commerce

Australia has been ranked 12th among 50 leading countries for its adoption of a digital economy. View the original post

Eye in sky that returns to base

The latest ‘Parrot’ drone has a home button that enables it to find its way back to you like a boomerang. View the original post

Time ripe for Apple Watch clone

Knock-off Apple Watches are likely to flood global markets after their promotion to inter­national buyers at a key Asian trade fair. View the original post

Sins of super skinny models

The new MacBook and a next generation of laptops are incredibly slim, but there’s a cost. View the original post

Smart TV 4K battlelines drawn

Samsung has become the second major vendor to release its 2015 smart TV range in Australia. View the original post

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