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Accessories
Its Waterproof! New iPad nuud   Its Waterproof! New iPad nuud
nuud and fre LifeProof cases for iPad mini with Retina and iPad Air.
» 'Thinnest Ever' Tab Covers $59
» DJ's Director Walks
» Wireless Chargers To Rocket
» The Case Of The Disappearing iPad
» Axis 1080p Smart Camera $330
» Hello iPad: Belkin comes Up For AIR
» 'Minority Report-Like' Leap Motion Control Hits OZ
» In Pictures: First Ever "Fashtronics" Store
» Watch Out Apple: Samsung 'Gear' Hits Sept
Review:Logitech's Home Cinema Package Delivers Sturdy Sound
Review:Logitech's Home Cinema Package Delivers Sturdy Sound
As compact systems go, this 5.1 channel Home Cinema package from Logitech, intended for use with a PC, would work equally well in an AV environment due to its generous connections, if you're not too worried about the Z906's inelegant looks.
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Broadband & Web Hosting
NBN To Mix It Up: Turnbull   NBN To Mix It Up: Turnbull
NBN will be built using mixed technologies, but where's the cost/benefit analysis?
» 4G Mobile To Rocket 866%
» "Blazingly Fast": Billion 1.6GB/S Wireless AC Router
» Optus To 'Fly' NBN Satellites
» Vodafone CEO Head Up NBN Co
» Telstra 4G To Hit '300Mbps'?
» Yes, Optus + Voda Data Sharing "On The Radar"
» Telstra's Data Epiphany
» Revealed: Turnbull's NBN Stopgap Plan
» CONFIRMED: Turnbull To Turf NBN Board Out
All Out: Entire NBN Board Resigns?
All Out: Entire NBN Board Resigns?
National Broadband Network Co. board has offered to resign en masse, according to reports.
Components
The Hardware Days Are Over? IBM Sell Servers To Lenovo   The Hardware Days Are Over? IBM Sell Servers To Lenovo
After days of speculation, Lenovo has acquired IBM's x86 server business for $2.3bn
» Macs To Get New iOS & Intel Haswell Processors
» Dell's Ophelia Brings Android + Windows To TVs
» Intel Chips ARE Down
» Its Tick Tock Tick Tock Time At Intel As New Processors Revealed
» Want A Pi? $32 PC Sell Out
» Intel Chip Delays Set To Hit OZ PC Market
» 2012 The Year Of New Gigabit Wi-Fi Standard
» Intel: Hard Drive Shortage & Ultrabrooks Drive Opportunity For SSDs
» Qualcomm Spurs Cheaper, Faster Smartphone Production With New Chips
Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi Merge LCDs To Fend Off Korean Rivals
Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi Merge LCDs To Fend Off Korean Rivals
Japanese manufacturers Sony Corp, Toshiba Corp and Hitachi Ltd will merge their small LCD panel businesses together under an entirely new entity known as Japan Display.
Desktop PCs
Even Windows XP Couldn't Save PC Market   Even Windows XP Couldn't Save PC Market
Windows XP migrants offers slight boost to ailing market - but not enough, warn analysts
» "Worst Drop On Record"
» Windows 8.1 Update Confirmed
» Microsoft 'To Cut Windows 8.1 Price By 70%'
» HP Pumped By PC Rise
» Windows 7 PC Kill Off Date Is......
» Samsung Sony Out, Now Toshiba Considers Their Consumer PC future
» EXCLUSIVE:Samsung To Exit PC Market
» LG Chromebase Hits April $599
» Tabs Save Dying PC's
PC Push: Lenovo Flog FREE Tabs With Notebooks
PC Push: Lenovo Flog FREE Tabs With Notebooks
AS PC sales flounder, Lenovo is giving away a free tablet with ThinkPads, notebooks, desktops
Industry
DealsDirect Picks Up Topbuy $2.25m   DealsDirect Picks Up Topbuy $2.25m
Mnemon has acquired online retailer TopBuy, for $2.25 million.
» JB Hi-Fi CEO To Retire
» In Pictures: Dick Smith's 'Fashtronics' Move To Melbourne
» 2 Weeks On...Samsung S5 A Global Hit
» One.Tel: Lachlan, James Set To Settle For $50mil: Report
» Hackett In $10m Cloud Venture
» CBA Hit By E-bank Glitch
» Microsoft Australia MD Calls On Abbott To Act On Innovation
» Dick Smith + David Jones Deal "Watertight"
» Dick Smith Cranks Up Move New 'Premium" Melbourne Store Opening
Westfield To Split
Westfield To Split
Shopping giant to separate ANZ, international operation
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Memory
Vodafone CEO Head Up NBN Co   Vodafone CEO Head Up NBN Co
Bill Morrow to leave Vodafone in 2014 to take up the role of CEO of NBN Co
» Intel Boss Quits After 40 Years
» Western Digital's Mac Passports Get "Unmatched" Storage + USB 3
» Western Digital Release Super-Fast VelociRaptor Drive
» Employee Desktops Go Mobile On Kingston Thumbdrives
» IBM Buys Solid State Firm Texas Memory Systems
» SanDisk's New Range Is Thinner, Faster & Colourful
» REVEALED: Mac Virus Cost Google $10K A DAY
» IBM Squeezes Data Storage Into 12 Atoms
» Noah's Flood: HDD Prices Expected To Crash
Western Digital Deliver Cloud Computing To TVs
Western Digital Deliver Cloud Computing To TVs
Western Digital has announced a new generation of streaming media player that enables stored media to be played on a TV wirelessly, with two additional applications that enable remote cloud access to personal My Book Live storage centres.
Microsoft Windows
Even Windows XP Couldn't Save PC Market   Even Windows XP Couldn't Save PC Market
Windows XP migrants offers slight boost to ailing market - but not enough, warn analysts
» Tick-Tock: Windows XP Deniers 'Sleepwalking Into Minefield"
» Hello Cortana! Windows Phone 8 New BFF
» Its Free! Microsoft 'Office For iPad', iPhone & 'Droid
» "Critical": Microsoft Issues Windows XP Patch
» Two Microsoft VP's Gone
» Windows 8.1 Update Confirmed
» Windows XP STILL No 2 .. (But Where's Win 8)?
» Microsoft's Next CEO Is ...?
» XBox, Cloud Drive Microsoft's $6.5Bn Profit, No CEO Found
Windows 9:
Windows 9: "More Than A Facelift?"
Forget facelifts, Windows 8 needs total transformation
Monitors And Screens
BenQ Reveals Flicker Free Monitor   BenQ Reveals Flicker Free Monitor
Taiwanese monitor and projector Company BenQ has introduced a 22" monitor which eliminates display flicker.
» T2: Acer's "Tablet-Like" Monitor
» Its UltraWide: LG 29" Is Mac's Mate
» Sharp OZ Confirms 4K 32" Monitor To Be Released Soon
» Tax Office Allows $6,500 Spend; Tablets, Digital Storage Hot Sellers
» LG 27" IPS WQHD is "Best Photo Monitor"
» Orange IT Rebrands To 'IT Station'
» Asus Streeetch Tai-Chi Ultra-Tab
» Stunning LG Monitors Have TV Smarts
» Terror Elevator Ride Has LG Smiling
HP Wins Patent For See Through Display Screen
HP Wins Patent For See Through Display Screen
Hewlett Packard is back in the invention business after the Company was granted a patent for new see-through screen technology.
Notebooks & Tablets
Lenovo Unveils Better Flex   Lenovo Unveils Better Flex
Chinese hardware maker Lenovo has unveiled the a new version of its Flex range of dual-mode laptops. The Flex 2 models are powered by Windows 8.1 OS and come in 14in. and 15.6in. models.
» HTC To Make Next Gen Nexus 8" Tablet
» Toshiba To Launch 4K Ultra HD Notebook As They Look To Gain Share From Sony Samsung PC Exit
» Even Windows XP Couldn't Save PC Market
» No, You Can't Buy Samsung NotePRO 12.2 Instore
» Chromebook Sales Tipped To Be Low As Intel Gets Set To Release 20 New Designs
» Lenovo Cheap A Tabs Revealed
» Samsung To Launch Tab4 Galaxy Tablet Range, Better Display & Faster Processors
» TravelMate: Acer Ultrabook $1299
» Why Kogan Should Give $100K To A Charity Of JB HI FI Bosses Choice
FIRST LOOK: New Samsung Hybrid Win8/Android ATIV Q Tablet
FIRST LOOK: New Samsung Hybrid Win8/Android ATIV Q Tablet
Samsung has rolled out their new ATIV Q convertible tablet hybrid which, runs both Windows 8 and Android operating systems, the design is slick and so is the concept but the big question is whether the device will get traction in the Australian market.
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Platforms
Huawei Profits Up 30%   Huawei Profits Up 30%
Huawei boss pledges to up the ante on smartphones and enterprise, denies spying controversy
» Its Free! Microsoft 'Office For iPad', iPhone & 'Droid
» Stop, Google Play? iTunes To Hit Android OS
» What Are Your Mobile Rights?
» "Critical": Microsoft Issues Windows XP Patch
» Look Out Foxtel: Google TV Invades OZ
» Telstra Stores Set For Digital Revamp
» iPad Killer? Acer Cheap-As-Chips Tab Hits March
» Windows 8.1 Update Confirmed
» Microsoft 'To Cut Windows 8.1 Price By 70%'
Windows 7 PC Kill Off Date Is......
Windows 7 PC Kill Off Date Is......
31 October. 2014.
Printers & Multi-Function
Has HP Solved 3D Puzzle?   Has HP Solved 3D Puzzle?
CEO Whitman certainly thinks so
» Giant Retailer Set To Offer 3D Printing Service Alongside The Groceries
» Should The ACCC Investigate PC Printer Companies?
» Lexmark Gets Out Of Injet Printer Market OZ Shakeup Tipped
» Facebook Tech Guru Quits
» Press Print & Jewellery Comes Out: 3D Printing
» Fickle HP Dominate $21M Printer Market
» Brother Using 3D Augmented Reality To Sell Printers In 2012
» Coming Soon: Canon Pixma Pro-1 Intros All-New Ink System For Photo Printing
» Epson Takes On HP: Inkjet Is The New Laser Printer For Business
Laser Printer Sales Crash In OZ & NZ
Laser Printer Sales Crash In OZ & NZ
Laser printer shipments in Australia and New Zealand took a tumble in Q2 due to "challenging economic conditions", according to an IDC survey. It says the overall A/NZ printer market recorded a 10 percent year-on-year and 5 percent sequential growth in Q2.
Security & Support
Google Patches Apps To Stem Heartbleed Flow   Google Patches Apps To Stem Heartbleed Flow
In response to the Heartbleed code flaw, Google has patched key services, including Search, Gmail, YouTube and Google Wallet. Other services are still being patched, the search giant said.
» Australia Ranked No. 3 In Asia-Pacific At Cyber Warfare: Report
» ACCC "Still Looking" At Data Breach
» Symantec Fires CEO
» "Critical": Microsoft Issues Windows XP Patch
» Axis 1080p Smart Camera $330
» Fined $3M For Misleading Consumers Now HP Is At It Again
» Australia Post Parcel Emails Pack Deadly CryptoLocker Virus
» Ditch Windows XP: Experts
» "Mass Attacks" On Internet Bank Users, Experts Warn
Top 10 PC Complaints Identified
Top 10 PC Complaints Identified
PC slowdowns, lengthy startups and sluggish browsers are just some of the most common technical peeves reported by computer users this year, according to the TechAssist team of antivirus software provider, Bitdefender.
Software
Why I Would Think Twice About Signing Up For Telstra's Cloud Based Office 365 and Microsoft Dynamics Service   Why I Would Think Twice About Signing Up For Telstra's Cloud Based Office 365 and Microsoft Dynamics Service
If you are a small medium business and you are thinking of moving to Telstra's offering of cloud based CRM Dynamics and their Microsoft Office 365 suite of applications, I would seriously think twice about their offering if our experience is anything to go by.
» New Microsoft Office 365 Personal $14 More Expensive In Australia
» Microsoft Give Office Suite Away For Free, Move Set To Hurt Telstra
» Microsoft To Give Away Windows For Free Head On Battle With Google
» Symantec Fires CEO
» Slip Reveals That Sales Of Windows 8 Has Hit 200 Million
» Windows 7 More Popular Than Win 8 As PC Sales Slump Yet Again
» $1000+: Google's Dizzy Heights
» Microsoft Halt Windows 8.1 Upgrade After Complaints
» HP Predicts 2014 Bounce
Adobe Credit Card Details Compromised But Adobe OZ Remains Silent
Adobe Credit Card Details Compromised But Adobe OZ Remains Silent
Adobe Australia is not saying how many Australian credit card details have been obtained by hackers who got into the company's servers where details of their Creative Cloud subscribers are held.
Storage
New WD Powered Thunder Bolt Drive Ideal For Pro Photographers   New WD Powered Thunder Bolt Drive Ideal For Pro Photographers
Professional photographers or people who are on the road and need to capture large amounts of data are a prime target audience for a new Western Digital (WD)Thunderbolt-powered dual drive called the My Passport Pro.
» WD My Cloud EX2 Has Landed
» Google Slashes Storage Costs To $1.99 A Month For 100GB
» Western Digital To Launch 8TB EX2 Cloud Drive
» SanDisk 'Next-Gen' Media Drives $90
» SanDisk Captures 50% Market Share New SD Products Driving Growth
» World's First SSD + HDD Drive
» New WD My Cloud Drive Takes On Dropbox, Google Or Skydrive Storage Fees
» 'World's Fastest': SanDisk MicroSD Is Extreme
» SanDisk Cruzer Force USB Drive
Tax Office Allows $6,500 Spend; Tablets, Digital Storage Hot Sellers
Tax Office Allows $6,500 Spend; Tablets, Digital Storage Hot Sellers
With the end of the financial year now here, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) is allowing small business to claim up to $6,500 for a depreciating asset. Officeworks is predicting that tablets and digital storage products will be the prime mover items to wrap up tax time in 2013.




LATEST REVIEWS
REVIEW Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4 A Game Changer   REVIEW Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4 A Game Changer
Every once in a while, a camera comes along that is a game changer. The Minolta SRT-101, the Canon 1D, the very first Nikon Coolpix and the Pentax KX all make the list. And being added to it now is the new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4.
Product Rating 5

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.
Product Rating 4.5

Westfield To Split   Westfield To Split
Shopping giant to separate ANZ, international operation
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