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Most Aussie enterprises will use tablets in coming year

11 October, 2011

The majority of Australian enterprises will introduce consumer media tablets in the coming year, in order to address the consumerisation of IT and cloud computing, according to a new report from analyst firm IDC.


Steve Jobs dead

06 October, 2011

Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of consumer technology giant Apple, has died.


Polycom SpectraLink 8400 Wi-Fi handsets

18 August, 2011

The Polycom SpectraLink 8400 series handsets for wireless voice and data applications are now available in Australia. The handsets provide voice and data over Wi-Fi capabilities, allowing companies to use existing networks.


Research In Motion introduces BlackBerry trade-in program

06 July, 2011

Australian BlackBerry owners looking to purchase a newer model phone may be eligible for up to $120 credit if they trade in their existing BlackBerry, as part of Research In Motion’s new Trade-Up program.


HTC Incredible S smartphone

18 May, 2011 by

The HTC Incredible S smartphone, available on the Optus network, features a contoured body that highlights the internal hardware components of the device.


Salvation Army enlists mobility for aged care centres

11 May, 2011

The Salvation Army Aged Care Plus, which has offered care to the aged community since 1899 in Australia, has deployed a fleet of ruggedised tablets and medical devices across two of its facilities.


The evolution of the smartphone

06 May, 2011 by Brad Reed*

As demand for smartphones in Australia continues to rise, vendors must provide new product innovations to compete for customer interest. Brad Reed, Senior Marketing Manager at LG Electronics, explains how he expects the arenas of mobile hardware, operating systems and application ecosystems to evolve in the coming year.


Andrew Solutions Network Applications GeoLENs indoor location system

16 April, 2011 by

The GeoLENs indoor location system makes it easier for emergency services personnel to locate mobile phone users inside large buildings, potentially saving lives and reducing risk of harm to rescuers.


LG Optimus 3D smartphone

13 April, 2011 by

The LG Optimus 3D smartphone features a dual-core, dual-channel and dual-memory architecture. It includes a 3D platform for recording, viewing and sharing 3D content.


LG Optimus Me (LG P350) compact smartphone

13 April, 2011 by

The Optimus Me (LG P350) compact smartphone, with an Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system from Google, is supplied with social network services and features a seamless, intuitive user experience.


Bury CC9045 Bluetooth hands-free car kit and System 9 cradle

01 April, 2011 by

The Bury CC9045 Bluetooth hands-free car kit provides a clear telephone conversation with easy-to-use controls.


Opentec Solutions General Dynamics Itronix GoBook MR-1 OS PC

17 March, 2011 by

The General Dynamics Itronix GoBook MR-1 from Opentec Solutions is a full Windows OS PC, featuring a 5.6 daylight readable touch screen, a 1.2 GHz Intel CPU, 1 Gb RAM and up to 80 Gb of HDD storage.


LG Optimus 2X smartphone with Tegra 2 processor

10 February, 2011

The Optimus 2X is claimed to be the first smartphone with a dual-core processor. Its multimedia features and Tegra 2 processor provide faster, smoother web browsing and applications, and it lets users multitask with virtually no screen lag.


Mobile phone users are being ripped off

02 February, 2011

Research from amaysim, an Australian mobile service provider, reveals that two-thirds of mobile phone users believe they’re paying too much for their service. Industry figures forecast that close to a staggering $20 billion will be spent on mobile phone services this year.


Sennheiser rated Avaya compliant

07 December, 2010 by

Sennheiser Communications, a supplier of premium headset solutions, has announced that its portfolio of wired and wireless headsets is compliant with communication solutions from Avaya, a global leader in enterprise communications systems, software and services.


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