Archive for August, 2015

Can our twins fool Microsoft?

Windows 10 includes facial recognition software supposed to render passwords redundant, but does it work for everyone? View the original post

Eftpos ‘about to be smacked’

Eftpos is “about to be smacked” as it faces an unprecedented ­challenge by new players. View the original post

Countdown to tech disruption

The year 2023 looms as crunch time in the financial market when new generations will drive Australia’s economy. View the original post

Samsung unveils powerhouses

Samsung’s new handsets are designed to enjoy cellular download speeds faster than those available on the NBN. View the original post

Motorola launches three handsets

Motorola has reminded us how much we are enslaved by our phones as it launches three handsets in Australia. View the original post

Your world in a little black box

With Synology’s NAS DS415+, you are your own IT department. View the original post

New phones, pay tech for Samsung

Samsung has announced the Galaxy Note 5 and a larger S6 edge+, along with Samsung Pay to debut in Australia next year. View the original post

Camera in the twilight zone

If instantly and easily sharing your photos isn’t a priority, and you don’t want an expensive DSLR, this compact is for you. View the original post

Canon’s posterboys for mega pics

Think your photos are worthy of being posters? Canon’s EOS 5DS range allows pics up to 50 million pixels. View the original post

Tests buoy hopes of energy wave

An Australian invention that generates power from buoys bobbing in the ocean is undergoing rigorous testing. View the original post

‘Online buying has its micro-moments’

Google chief Maile Carnegie says marketers must decipher the ‘micro-moments’ when online buyers decide to buy a product. View the original post

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