iiNet has today announced the return of iiNet’s TopGeek, the popular search to find Australia’s most talented geek through a series of challenges that have been designed to test gaming, fandom, creativity and Internet skills.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Australia’s number one telecommunications provider has this afternoon announced it has handed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) a revised undertaking for its structural separation as part of its deal with NBN Co.
Australian owners of Research in Motion’s (RIM) first tablet, the PlayBook, have overnight received news of a new update now available that bumps the operating system to version 2.0.
LG Electronics has announced that in April 2012, the Prada phone by LG 3.0 will be launched exclusively through the Vodafone network in Australia with actor Edward Norton and model Daria Werbowy as the new faces of the phone.
Optus has today announced a series of online specials in the lead-up to the launch of Nokia’s acclaimed Lumia 800 handset in Australia next month.
Google has overnight confirmed its Public DNS service designed to offer faster web speeds now has an Australian server, a move that has previously snuck under the radar.
I had the opportunity to ask Darryl King, from ireckon.com, a web host, web design and domain registar business based in Woolloongabba, QLD. In business since 1998, Darryl has seen the internet boom, bust, Web 2.0 and the current web mania first hand.
Hewlett Packard has today announced it’ll launch its latest ultrabook in the Australian market at the end of this month, in a bid to gain a foothold in the rapidly increasing light-weight and thin profile laptop market.
In this Q&A, Stephen Baxter from River City Labs was kind enough to answer questions about Startups, River City Labs and the NBN.
Optus has won a landmark court case which has defended the rights of its customers to utilise the TV now product to video record shows that are available at a time that is more convenient for its customers.