Archive for April, 2018

Apple dumps AirPort range

Apple has dumped its 19-year-old line of AirPort routers and devices.

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Snappr grabs photo action

Snappr will take over one of the country’s largest advertising platforms for professional photographers.

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Size no big deal for OLED TV

Panasonic isn’t going big in the OLED category. It’s staying with tried and true 55-inch and 65-inch models.

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Big screen takes on new meaning

Television screens are getting bigger and better in 2018.

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Echo Spot brings vision to Alexa

Amazon has announced Australian availability of Echo Spot, which adds a camera and display to Alexa.

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A voice that rings true

Motor neurone disease sufferers may soon get the chance to use a device that turns text into authentic sounding speech.

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Aussie in right royal pitching win

Australian inventor and former TV anchor Peter Ford has won a prestigious award after pitching in a competition initiated by the Duke of York.

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Hisense tunes in to premium TV

China’s state-owned Hisense is on the move and about to enter the Australian premium TV market.

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Fitbit’s Versa gets in to shape

Versa is perhaps Fitbit’s best chance at surviving in the smartwatch market dominated by Apple.

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Facebook must come clean

So you’re not on Facebook. Don’t feel smug, because Mark Zuckerberg’s organisation may have a file on you too.

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IT crash sparks Woolies chaos

Abandoned trolleys are banking up at Woolworths stores around the country as a technical glitch sent its check-outs into turmoil.

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