Archive for April, 2021

Amazon caps colossal tech earnings week

Amazon has capped off a week of huge profits by big tech with a tripling of profit.

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CES returns as a live event

The world’s biggest consumer technology fair is back as a person-to-person event, but can the world attend in January?

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Woolies to build fulfilment centre

Woolworths will partner with the Knapp Group to build its first automated online fulfilment centre in Western Sydney.

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Samsung midrange magic

At $749, Samsung’s A72 may meet your needs in spades, at an affordable price.

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Apple AirTags find your lost items

Apple AirTags are amazing, but $679 Hermès luggage tags and talk of electronic stalking raise eyebrows.

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Facebook’s moment of truth

Apple is expected to roll out its iOS 14.5 update within 48 hours which will ask users whether they want to share data with Facebook.

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Who owns your driving data?

The data generated by modern cars can be worth billions to those who harvest it.

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Tech employees face burnout

Tech companies are having to address burnout among staff working from home.

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Business riled by Apple privacy

An Australian digital marketing company has taken aim at Apple‘s move to reign in Facebook’s collection of users personal details.

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Apple unveils new iPad Pros, iMacs, even purple phones

HP will count the number of pages you print as part of a new market initiative.

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Google’s privacy settings are a mess

Hacking and cyberattacks are key drivers of the freshly announced US sanctions against Russia.

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