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  • Reach out and touch: The notebook isn't dead

    By Patrick Budmar | 12 June, 2014 12:28

    The notebook was king for many years when it came to mobile productivity. In the age before mainstream Cloud adoption, there simply was no other way to get work done outside of the office. This changed, however, with the evolution of smartphones and the introduction of tablets.

  • How to watch all FIFA World Cup games at home or on the go

    By Nermin Bajric | 04 June, 2014 13:34

    The 2014 World Cup has kicked off! Even if you’re happy to sacrifice sleep like us, life can get in the way; work, commutes, driving, and ill-timed commitments are a few disruptions. The following is a guide to help you stream the World Cup when out and about.

  • Five flaws in Samsung Galaxy S5's TouchWiz

    By Nermin Bajric | 17 April, 2014 10:16

    The Samsung Galaxy S5 is an evolutionary device; the vendor’s new flagship is better than its predecessor across the board, without quite being revolutionary. But while it houses impressive hardware, it is let down by the infamous TouchWiz, Samsung’s own interface overlay which skins Google’s Android 4.4 Kit Kat operating system with heavy-duty software (and in some cases, gimmicks).

  • Smartphone comparison: Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Google Nexus 5

    By Ross Catanzariti | 19 November, 2013 13:45

    Samsung's Galaxy S4 and the Google's Nexus 5 are two of the best Android phones on the market right now. Which one is right for you?

  • EXCLUSIVE: The reseller roadtrip, Pt2 ( +18 photos)

    By Jennifer O'Brien | 26 June, 2013 14:13

    Sitting face-to-face with regional resellers in Queensland lets you catch a glimpse of the ‘smaller town’ mentality, where customer loyalty and old-fashioned service are paramount.

  • EXCLUSIVE: The reseller roadtrip, Pt1 ( +18 photos)

    By Jennifer O'Brien | 25 June, 2013 12:26

    Sitting face-to-face with regional resellers in Queensland lets you catch a glimpse of the ‘smaller town’ mentality, where customer loyalty and old-fashioned service are paramount.

  • Smartphone comparison: Sony Xperia Z vs. HTC One

    By Ross Catanzariti | 05 March, 2013 16:13

    The HTC One and the Sony Xperia Z are set to hit the market soon, but which phone is right for you?

  • BlackBerry Z10 tips, tricks and shortcuts

    By Al Sacco | 06 February, 2013 20:21

    The first BlackBerry 10 smartphone, the BlackBerry Z10, is currently available in select markets across the globe, and it's expected to be released in most of the major mobile markets, including the United States, by the end of March.

  • Changing business demands are changing CIO role: Hudson

    By Nermin Bajric | 24 October, 2012 11:31

    Both the role and skills requirements of chief information officers (CIOs) are being transformed as a result of changing business demands and the big technology trends – Cloud, mobility, the consumerisation of IT – according to Hudson’s latest 'ICT Leaders Series' report.

  • Everything we know about Apple's new TV project

    By Ben Camm-Jones | 08 December, 2011 11:00

    It's widely accepted in the technology industry that Apple is working on a smart, internet-connected TV device. But what do we really know about the 'iTV' so far? There's been a lot of speculation flying around about an Apple TV set for several years, and many times it has been reported that Apple has been on the brink of an announcement - only for our hopes to be dashed at the last minute.

  • IN PICTURES: Best Free Android Apps of 2011

    By Eric Mack | 24 November, 2011 10:39

    From word games to new social networks and streaming services, it was a very good year for beefing up your Android device without having to drop a single dime. Here are some recommendations.

  • Google's Ice Cream Sandwich - a new era for Android

    By JR Raphael | 23 November, 2011 03:18

    Google's Android 4.0 operating system is more than just another upgrade.

  • Technology argument 5: 4G wireless vs. 5G wireless

    By Mikael Ricknäs | 07 November, 2011 09:12

    Using more spectrum and advanced antennas, vendors and operators plan to increase mobile speeds. But the key to increasing speeds as researchers look at future networks, which will someday be dubbed 5G by marketers, is to shorten the distance between users and base stations, and allowing them to automatically be reconfigured.

  • IN PICTURES: 20 best browser apps of 2011

    By Liane Cassavoy | 03 November, 2011 14:39

    Whether you want to stay on top of your to-do list, find out who is tracking you online or sling a few birds at pesky pigs, here are 20 apps that are well worth your time

  • NEWS FOCUS: Will tablets soon be free?

    By Mike Elgan | 06 September, 2011 10:53

    The price of touch tablets used to make sense. Apple's iPad has cost between $499 and $829 since it first shipped a year and a half ago. And for a while, competitors all hovered around that price.

 

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