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Beware $1.7m OZ Skype Scam, Minister Warns     Beware $1.7m OZ Skype Scam, Minister Warns
A new scam using VoIP Skype service is conning Australians out of millions, NSW Minister for Fair Trading has warned. The elaborate scam, which involves offshore telemarketers posing as reps from a fake organisation called Australian Electricity Commission, who are pushing energy saving devices and threatening to cut off householder power within 3 days, if a purchase is not forthcoming.

   


   


Scientists Hit Artificial Photosynthesis Breakthrough For Carbon-Neutral Future     Scientists Hit Artificial Photosynthesis Breakthrough For Carbon-Neutral Future
Japanese researchers say they have hit a breakthrough in artificial photosynthesis that replicates plants' ability to create energy from water, carbon dioxide and the sun.

Breakthrough For Flexible Solar Cells     Breakthrough For Flexible Solar Cells
The world's largest ink manufacturer DIC Corp has developed a weatherproof coating agent for resin films that can be used in place of glass in solar cells.

Energy Production Gets Smart For NSW Smart City Project     Energy Production Gets Smart For NSW Smart City Project
25 high effiiciency electricity generators, known as BlueGen, are to be delivered to Australia's first commercial smart-grid system to be the backbone of Newcastle's Smart City project, funded by the NSW government.

Smart Meter Market Set To Expand     Smart Meter Market Set To Expand
The global smart metering market for residential customers is set to rise by 350 percent to reach $5.7 billion by 2015, according to new research from Datamonitor.

Solar Shop Australia Expands Brand Identity     Solar Shop Australia Expands Brand Identity
Solar Shop Australia is rolling out a brand identity and advertising campaign as part of a national expansion strategy that aims to get customers to feel good about tapping into solar energy.

IT Firms To Gain From Carbon Accounting     IT Firms To Gain From Carbon Accounting
A leading technology analyst has said that the IT sector is set to benefit from a shift to sustainable business practices, which will become a multi-billion dollar market over the next few years.

Self-dusting Solar Panels Will Reduce Costs     Self-dusting Solar Panels Will Reduce Costs
Self-cleaning solar panel technology for use in Lunar and Mars missions could help increase the efficiency of solar panels on earth and reduce maintenance costs for companies, according to research presented to the American Chemical Society (ACS).

Big Savings On Solar For Johnson & Johnson Staff     Big Savings On Solar For Johnson & Johnson Staff
Energy Matters, the retail division of Apollo Energy which together with Sanyo installed Australia's largest commercially-funded solar panel installation at Johnson & Johnson Medical's HQ in North Ryde, is extending a special deal to the company's employees to save money as part of the Johnson & Johnson solar project.

Sanyo Aims To Be A Hit In Clean Energy Solutions     Sanyo Aims To Be A Hit In Clean Energy Solutions
The rooftop solar panel grid system installed at Johnson & Johnson Medical's North Ryde HQ uses Sanyo's unique patented HIT technology, providing one of the world's highest conversion efficiencies, according to Sanyo's Group Manager, Environmental Division, Paul Reeves.

Medical Company Reduces Carbon Footprint With $1M Solar Panel System     Medical Company Reduces Carbon Footprint With $1M Solar Panel System
Johnson & Johnson Medical Pty Ltd has spent more than $1million on a 200 kilowatt solar panel system installed on its roof at its Australian HQ in North Ryde.

CE Vendors Agree Terms Over E Waste     CE Vendors Agree Terms Over E Waste
Federal and State environment ministers have agreed to create a national legislative framework to address e-waste in Australia. The landmark decision, which comes after years of pushing by consumer groups and the industry, was made at a meeting of Environmental Protection Heritage Council (EPHC) comprising the State and Federal environment ministers in Perth yesterday.

Government Takes Bids To Rebuild Energy Grid     Government Takes Bids To Rebuild Energy Grid
The Rudd Government today officially invited industry bids to transform Australia's energy grid through the Smart Grid, Smart City initiative.





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New LG 65   New LG 65" Ultra High Definition TV, Complete With Pop Down Speakers: REVIEW
LG Australia has finally rolled out their 65" Ultra High Definition TV offering in Australia and what you get is a TV that delivers a quantum leap in TV technology and surprisingly a significantly improved sound system that is delivered from pop down speakers but the big question is whether it is worth $6,999.
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Westfield To Split   Westfield To Split
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REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones   REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones
If you are one of those people who love technology but struggle to manage the hundreds of apps and the endless capabilities that today's smartphones are capable of delivering then the new Samsung Note 3 is not for you.
Product Rating 5




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