Applications

Samsung Gear VR: A shallow dip into the virtual pool

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Virtual reality isn’t mainstream just yet, but Samsung's Gear VR is a significant step in taking VR to the masses.

Ahead of the curve: The future of enterprise apps

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Applications are now impacting business performance in ways we could never have imagined five to ten years ago. Here's what we can expect from the next generation of apps.

VIDEO: The Chinese contender ready to tackle Apple and Samsung

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Chinese outfits have been making phones for a while now, but it has taken them until now to pose some serious headaches for the premium players.

REVIEW: OPPO R5 and the N3

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The Chinese smartphone maker's R5 is almost the perfect mid-range smartphone but its play in the phablet space with the N3 falls well short of the mark.

People analytics in the wearable world

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Smartphones may be dime a dozen these days but it’s the role they are going to play in the evolving world of ‘wearables, hearables and nearables,’ that bears consideration.

Hands-on review: Raspberry Pi 2- The thrill of tinkering

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The Raspberry Pi is the antithesis of our polished, hermetically sealed Apple and Windows PCs. It isn’t going to be everyone’s idea of fun but incredibly satisfying for the adventurous.

iiNet eyes influence in an "Internet of Everything" world

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Perth-based service provider becomes the first Australian ISP to join the AllSeen Alliance.

NSW government opens up the cloud market for agencies

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State government forges ahead with its cloud agenda, with agencies gaining access to a range of new cloud-based services.

Kounta gears up for US conquest

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Australian cloud point of sale start-up Kounta has opened its door in ‘Silicon Valley’, says the US market is ripe for disruption.

Navigating the new world of commerce

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Branding yourself as an e-commerce player has become almost mandatory for retailers but what exactly are they selling?

Remaking the engines of the internet

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Facebook is expanding its assault by introducing its own designs for the networking equipment. The social network wants to make hardware less important.

REVIEW: YotaPhone 2 - From Russia with love

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With an AMOLED display on the front and a second E Ink screen on the back this new, improved Russian-made smartphone is turning heads.

No! Your Samsung TV is not spying on you

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The hysteria started when someone actually bothered to read the terms and conditions and the truth is far more prosaic than any Snowden-primed conspiracy theory.

Ultrabook or hybrid?: What's best for you

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If you’re buying a notebook, you are bound to have this conversation: “Do I want a dedicated ultrabook or a pull-apart that also gives me a ­tablet?” Here's how the best in both categories match up.

Samsung Smart TV: The spy in your living room

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Technology giant warns customers against discussing personal or sensitive information in front of its voice-activated televisions.

Pushing the megapixel threshold

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Canon and Olympus have new cameras that are putting an emphasis back on the megapixel.

Bye bye, iPhoto

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Apple is replacing its Mac iPhoto application with a new one called Photos. Here's what you can look out for.

Raspberry Pi 2: Souped up and ready to rumble

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A Raspberry Pi-led office revolution may be upon us and the $45 pocket PC could end up velcroed to monitors in some corporations running Microsoft Outlook, Word and PowerPoint.

Internet of Things at the heart of healthcare

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With data the lifeblood of the digital age, the healthcare sector is already undergoing a profound transformation.

Crucial acquires domain hosting firm AVS Networks

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Sydney-based web hosting company acquires domain registration firm for undisclosed amount.

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