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Apple pumps money into camera technology

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iPhone maker acquires Israeli camera-technology company LinX Computational Imaging for $US20 million.

How to pick the right Apple Watch

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Despite the glitz of the new Apple Watch, with all its edition and size variants, bands and buckles, in the end what matters is if and how it changes your life.

Inside Apple's ResearchKit

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Apple’s latest toolbox offers researchers an off-the-shelf way to design clinical trials that “crowd source” research studies.

Understanding 'Unified IT'

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Data, systems and hardware are becoming more closely connected and complicated than ever before.

Inside an Apple Store on Apple Watch launch day

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Selling a smartwatch isn’t like selling an iPhone and here's how Apple is gearing up for the challenge.

Hands-on review: Apple Macbook - A few too many compromises

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The new MacBook represents an exciting evolution in portable computing, but at this point it is more a proof of concept than your next computer.

Samsung eyes bumper Galaxy S6 sales

by AFP
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South Korean giant expects latest flagship to shatter sales records.

Apple Watch: Blessed with good looks but little else

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Like many Apple products of the past decade, the watch is a status symbol, a sign of wealth and taste. But unlike a MacBook or an iPhone, this one wants to help you look—and feel—good.

Part GoPro, Part Dropcam: Flir FX means business

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This new kid on the block is keen to take on both popular cameras with its unique RapidRecap feature.

Samsung flags profit decline in Q1

by AFP
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World's top mobile phone producer continues to battle stiff competition from Chinese makers and arch rival Apple.

REVIEW: HTC One M9

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‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ is clearly the mantra that HTC has followed with the One M9. It's a beautiful phone but the camera and battery tweaks fail to deliver.

Rio Tinto bets big on automation

by AAP
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Mining giant presses forward with the process of automating iron ore mines and reducing staff numbers in the Pilbara.

Samsung to supply chips for next iPhone

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Samsung’s semiconductor division — which already accounts for the bulk of the company’s profits — looks set to take even more of the limelight in coming months.

What will it take for Apple Watch to be a success?

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One of the most widely cited analysts following Apple thinks the Apple Watch is going to be a winner…eventually.

First Look: Microsoft Surface 3

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Microsoft has released the thinnest and lightest version of its Surface tablet but there are some compromises made on power and screen real estate.

REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy S6 - Turning the tables on the iPhone 6

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The Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge are the best phones Samsung has ever made and the best Android phones you can buy. Plus, there's that curved screen.

Is Netflix Australia good enough?

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Netflix's Australian subscription video library pales in comparison to the US library but it's not all doom and gloom for local viewers.

Watch this space: The five enterprise trends that matter

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Innovation in enterprise software does not always come in waves, it is defined by ongoing add-ons and changing features all aimed at delivering more intelligence, automation and information.

BlackBerry posts surprise profit

by AP
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Smartphone and software maker's fourth quarter profit bounces but revenue slides 33 per cent.

Microsoft buys LiveLoop

by AFP
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Software giant buys mobile app that allows multiple users to collaborate on PowerPoint presentations simultaneously.

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