Since movie rental site Quickflix opened its streaming service up to PC and Macs in November, I decided to have a look and see what the service is like.
Monthly Archives: December 2011
Telstra and Optus have released estimates showing record numbers of New Year text messages and voice calls will be sent this year.
Of all the upcoming MMO games, one game has been generating the most buzz, namely Star Wars: The Old Republic. This franchise has so much going for it, from internet buzz and a proven track record from Bioware, as well the idea of a storytelling MMO was gaining praise worldwide. So when I heard that Star Wars: The Old Republic was being released worldwide on December 20th, I thought I could download the game and play during [...]
iiNet has today teased a “big” new product for 2012 which it says will users to their home “in more ways than one.”
Just prior to Christmas the Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s Kaching application went live in Apple’s iTunes store, marking the official launch of the service almost two months after it was first announced.
At the Sydney Big Picture event held by Microsoft, one thing that caught my attention was Kinect.
In a post on the official Internode blog yesterday, CEO Simon Hackett told customers business will remain as usual at least for the mid-term, following the pre-Christmas news that iiNet will acquire the Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Search giant Google has launched its holiday doodle for the 2011/12 festive season, with users able to interact with the logo and listen to a Christmas carol to get into the festive spirit.
iiNet has announced in a somewhat surprise move yesterday that it will acquire South Australian-based Internet Service Provider (ISP) Internode for $105 million, just 3 days before Christmas.
After 85 days of review, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has announced it approves of moves by Seagate Technology to acquire Samsung’s hard disk drive division.