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News
  • 2014 ARN ICT Industry Awards: and the finalists are ...

    By Jennifer O'Brien | 11 August, 2014 10:00

    ARN is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2014 ARN ICT Industry Awards.

  • IN PICTURES: 2014 Hall of Fame lunch - Part Two (+30 photos)

    By Allan Swann | 04 August, 2014 09:52

    The annual ARN Hall of Fame lunch for 2014 was held at Black by ezard in The Star Sydney Casino & Hotel in Pyrmont, Sydney. This year 15 of the 22 Hall of Fame inductees attended, including the three new members - Steve Murphy, John Donovan and Scott Frew. It was, as always, an afternoon of engaging discussion among the Channel's luminaries about market disruption, and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. Photos by Ian Sharp.

  • IN PICTURES: 2014 Hall of Fame lunch - Part One (+26 photos)

    By Allan Swann | 04 August, 2014 09:50

    The annual ARN Hall of Fame lunch for 2014 was held at Black by ezard in The Star Sydney Casino & Hotel in Pyrmont, Sydney. This year 15 of the 22 Hall of Fame inductees attended, including the three new members - Steve Murphy, John Donovan and Scott Frew. It was, as always, an afternoon of engaging discussion among the Channel's luminaries about market disruption, and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. Photos by Ian Sharp.

  • NOMINATE NOW: The personal touch – putting in a personal innovation nomination

    By Jennifer O'Brien | 23 June, 2014 09:59

    With five days left to nominate for the 2014 ARN ICT Industry Awards, there’s a great opportunity to recognise and applaud the achievements of the people in the industry under the Personal Innovation award category.

  • yARN: It's raining - so what!

    By Mike Gee | 17 April, 2014 09:43

    Looking around over the past few weeks the clouds seems to be gathering over the ICT industry – and, for once, there’s no pun intended.

Features
  • The iPhone's sapphire future comes into focus

    By Philip Michaels | 16 August, 2014 08:40

    This may be anathema for someone in the business of writing about tech to say, but I'm not all that interested in iPhone rumors. Shipping products are what grab my attention, not unicorns and phantasms. The minute Tim Cook holds up the new device is the minute it's worthwhile to start examining features and specs, and all the speculation ahead of time is usually just the noise separating one Apple press event from the next.

  • I switched back to an iPhone - and I'm disappointed

    By Nancy Gohring | 14 August, 2014 01:25

    It's been a long time since I had an iPhone. I've spent a few years wishing I had one again. But now that I do, I'm not as pleased as I expected to be.

  • Microsoft's productivity drive could kill software as we know it

    By Mark Hachman | 11 July, 2014 21:00

    Last week, Satya Nadella charted a new course for Microsoft, focused on interconnectivity and productivity - one where, conceivably, the company's standard-setting Office applications and other products and services could slowly blur into different modes of working with the same data.

  • Why the Beats deal shows Apple is actually listening

    By Michael Simon | 10 May, 2014 02:44

    After the Financial Times yesterday broke the news that Apple is in advanced discussions to purchase Beats Electronics for the tidy sum of $US3.2 billion, the reaction was swift and immediate: Apple has finally gone off the deep end. Clearly the company's enormous cash pile was burning a hole in Tim Cook's pocket, because no one in their right mind would spend so extravagant a sum on a trendy company that makes overrated, overpriced headphones.

  • 3D printing is IT's next big challenge

    By Bart Perkins | 13 January, 2014 11:36

    If your organsation is looking into 3D printing, IT can't afford to sit on the sidelines until it starts to look real.

Opinions
Reviews
  • Opinion: Must-have accessories that should be in your laptop bag

    By Tony Bradley | 04 January, 2013 14:05

    For some, a laptop bag is just a piece of luggage dedicated to safely transporting a portable PC and/or tablet from Point A to Point B. For business travelers, though, the laptop bag is more like a Swiss Army knife--an essential element filled with the gadgets and accessories you need.

 
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