iiNet has this afternoon confirmed its acquisition of regional Victorian and ACT Internet Service Provider (ISP) TransACT is now complete.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
Samsung says it is “pleased” with the result of a decision by the Australian Federal Court which has seen the temporary injunction on the company’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 lifted immediately.
Yesterday Darryl took a look at Google’s new eBookstore. Today he takes a more in-depth look at the service, and what it means for Australians.
Yelp, a company that allows users to search, rate and review local businesses, has today flicked the switch on for an Australian edition of the site.
Late this afternoon LG’s Australian subsidiary confirmed the range of Android devices launched by the company this year will all receive an update to the latest edition of Google’s open source system, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich, with a roadmap to be unveiled during December.
Google’s e-book service popped up in the last market update to Android phones. Given that most Google services (like Voice and Music, to name just 2) are yet to make it to our shores, it was a surprise to see the store pop-up. The Store The Google Book Store is built into the Android Marketplace. Clearly written with the Ice Cream Sandwich Support Library, the view morphs to suit the platform being used. Above is the Xoom [...]
Computer manufacturer ASUS’ Australian division says it plans to launch the next generation Transformer tablet locally sometime “within the next few months.”
NEC and the New South Wales Rural Fire Service (NSWRFS) last week unveiled what they say is the largest digital video wall in the Southern Hemisphere.
Internode says it will soon begin offering its full IPTV service for customers with fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) connections including those using the National Broadband Network.
Internode has launched a new service allowing customers to utilise the company’s Naked ADSL2+ plans while keeping their traditional home phone number for use with Internet calls.