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EXCLUSIVE: CeBIT Under Threat As Victorian Government Backs New Show     EXCLUSIVE: CeBIT Under Threat As Victorian Government Backs New Show
The NSW based technology trade show CeBIT is under threat from a new competitor that is set to get major financial backing from the Victorian Government.

Foxtel Launch None HD Streaming Service Recording Capability Also Taken Out     Foxtel Launch None HD Streaming Service Recording Capability Also Taken Out
Foxtel has launched a new none HD streaming service in an effort to lock consumers in to what has been described as the most expensive pay TV service in the world.

Michael Dell Ups Takeover Bid - But Vote Postponed Again

    Michael Dell Ups Takeover Bid - But Vote Postponed Again
DALLAS - At the 11th hour, Dell founder Michael Dell raised his US$24.4 billion bid for the company's shares - though by less than 1 percent - as he seeks to take the company he created private with himself in supreme control.

NBN Boss Buys New Swish Pad Then Finds He Has To Wait 3 Years To Get Fast Broadband     NBN Boss Buys New Swish Pad Then Finds He Has To Wait 3 Years To Get Fast Broadband
NBN Co CEO Mike Quigley - the controversial figure who has announced his impending resignation from the National Broadband Network builder - has bought a three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment in a recently completed complex dubbed "The Residence", pictured, overlooking Sydney's Hyde Park, reports Sydney high-roller property reporter Jonathan Chancellor.

Teac Unveils New iPod Lightning Dock     Teac Unveils New iPod Lightning Dock
Teac has unveiled an unobtrusive home theatre solution, the TEAC ITB55Li iPod Lightning Dock, which will sell in Australia for $199.

Oz Retail Turnover Weak But On The Up: May Data Turns Positive     Oz Retail Turnover Weak But On The Up: May Data Turns Positive
The falling Australian dollar and lower interest rates may be having a weak effect on local retail sales, which recorded their first positive growth for three months in May, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics figures out today.

Retail Property Investments Hit By Online Sales: BIS Shrapnel     Retail Property Investments Hit By Online Sales: BIS Shrapnel
Things are not going well for owners of retail property, with many owners forced to invest more in an effort to attract tenants, a new BIS Shrapnel report says. Online retailing is also sucking dollars out of the retail store market.

Spotify Connects Listeners With Artists     Spotify Connects Listeners With Artists
Spotify has introduced artist apps, turning to iconic musical artists to establish a 'deeper connection' with its audience.

Will SmartTVs Render Sony's PS4 & Xbox's 720 Obsolete?     Will SmartTVs Render Sony's PS4 & Xbox's 720 Obsolete?
The gaming console industry is characterised by a steep hill, with profit lying beyond the steepest of inclines. So why will Sony and Microsoft continue to invest in consoles when Smart TVs are evolving into unified multimedia machines?

Western Digital TV Content Streamer Outstrips Smart TV Sales     Western Digital TV Content Streamer Outstrips Smart TV Sales
Leading storage Company Western Digital claims to have sold close to one million of their WD TV Live streaming media players during the past 12 months in Australia, this is significantly more than the combined sales of Smart TV's from both Samsung LG and Sony.

Seagate Announce Mobile Hard Disk Drive     Seagate Announce Mobile Hard Disk Drive
Seagate announced a wireless hard-drive, granting users access to their multimedia and files wirelessly. Its GoFlex Satellite will communicate remotely with Wi-Fi compatible mobile phones, tablets and computers.

Microsoft Accidentally Reveal     Microsoft Accidentally Reveal "App Store"
Microsoft has accidentally revealed its team "App Store" in its blog post

IPTV Coalition: FetchTV To Nab Top Telstra Rivals, TPG Next     IPTV Coalition: FetchTV To Nab Top Telstra Rivals, TPG Next
FetchTV is cosying up to some of Telstra's top rivals in a bid to challenge T Box.

Sounds Funky: Meet LG 3D Blu-Ray SoundBar     Sounds Funky: Meet LG 3D Blu-Ray SoundBar
It's sleek, it's slick, it's the sound bar that does the business in a living room.

Telstra Look To Mimic Netflix Subscription Service     Telstra Look To Mimic Netflix Subscription Service
The head of Telstra's BigPond TV operation, has said that the ideal entertainment delivery model for Australia is similar to what Netflix is doing in the USA, with some insiders tipping that Telstra will eventually launch a one stop subscription service for movies, music and other TV content.





LATEST REVIEWS
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
Product Rating 0

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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