Australian users will be able to get their hands on iRiver’s latest e-book reader soon, with the company responsible for selling the devices locally confirming they expect the device will hit the market near the middle of August.
Australian owners of Acer’s Iconia Tab A500 Android-powered tablet can at long last download the latest version of Android for tablets with Acer announcing the immediate update availability today.
Vodafone Australia have this morning announced the exclusive availability of the HTC ChaCha and Salsa smartphones on their network from July 6.
Following the launch of the 3G edition of their tablet last month, Motorola has this morning announced the Wi-Fi-only model is available from today.
Google has confirmed that Sydney will play host to this year’s Australian Google Developer Day, with more details expected to be revealed in the coming weeks.
Google has this morning launched the company’s latest social initiative dubbed the “+1 button” for Australian users nearly three months after it launched for United States users.
Toshiba’s Android-powered tablet, dubbed very originally the “Toshiba Tablet”, will go on sale from Monday iTech Report has learned.
Telstra has this afternoon revealed the Motorola XOOM which launched on their network last month will receive the upgrade to Android 3.1 next month.
Kogan has this morning revealed that from today, they’ll begin selling the world’s first laptop running Chromium OS, the open-source edition of Google’s Chrome OS which is yet to hit any devices in Australia.
Google Australia has embarked on a series of “roadshow” events across Eastern Australia in a bid to promote their Google Apps suite for businesses. The first event entitled “The Google Enterprise Roadshow” was held in Sydney yesterday and saw a number of interested attendees listen to talks from a range of speakers – many from Australian companies who have already adopted Google Apps in their day-to-day activities including Ray White, Monash University and Flight Centre. “The Google [...]