Archive for June, 2015

Nothing noteworthy except price

This year marks 30 years since Toshiba produced its first ­modern-day laptop and since then the Japanese giant has gained a great reputation. View the original post

GoCatch app goes corporate

Taxi booking app sets its sights on snaring corporate clients from traditional networks, with global advisory firm Ernst & Young already on board. View the original post

SBS On Demand gets Netflix look

SBS On Demand has relaunched with a new interface and 4000 hours of ad-supported free content. View the original post

SBS On Demand gets Netflix look

SBS On Demand relaunches on Monday with a new interface and 4000 hours of ad-supported free content. View the original post

Garmin release tiny bike computers

Cyclists can virtually take friends on their rides and compete with others who previously finished the same journey. View the original post

Mini devices, big solutions

Gadgets are getting smaller and cleverer. Our favourite is the $4 device to help sleep apnoea. View the original post

Time’s up: Jawbone UP3 falls short

We loved the UP in 2013 but fast forward two years and Jawbone really needs to deliver on the hardware. View the original post

Time’s up as Jawbone UP3 falls short

We loved the UP in 2013 but fast forward two years and Jawbone really needs to deliver on the hardware. View the original post

Hydrogen a gas for drone air-time

Hydrogen is already powering cars and now it’s about to give quadcopter drones a significant power boost. View the original post

AMD releases high bandwidth memory

Memory stacked like high-rise in computers is set to revolutionise gaming, says AMD which has announced local availability. View the original post

Android mooted for BlackBerry

Speculation is rife that Black­Berry will do the previously unthinkable and release Android smartphones on to the market. View the original post

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