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Intel: Wine Computers, walking security and the future of mobile

Intel’s vision for the future of mobile computing isn’t a single vision; instead it’s a multiplicity of visions encompassing very low powered computing, wearable computing…

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Intel: Bay Trail, Two In Ones and tiny 3D cameras

At day two of IDF, Intel’s officially announced Bay Trail, showed off reference designs for 3D camera equipped Ultrabooks and discussed mobile computing at length,…

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Theoretically, you can now get an unlimited data SIM in Australia for $26/month

Yeah, I know, sounds ludicrous, and all that. I can’t vouch for this working (which is to say I haven’t tested it), but it should…

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Optus launching dual-mode TDD-LTE Galaxy S4

When Optus announced it’d be rolling out TDD-LTE 4G services in Canberra, it did so with standard modem devices, leaving many wondering when we’d see…

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Vodafone announces $5 roaming to UK, US and New Zealand

Vodafone’s announced it’ll offer a $5-per-day charge to customers roaming in the US, UK and New Zealand from August.

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Vodafone's launching a CAT4 Huawei tablet

Huawei’s CAT4-capable MediaPad 10 Link 4G will be sold by Vodafone from the 14th of August.

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Optus Now is watching you… in order to watch its own network

The latest version of Optus’ Optus Now app includes a network monitoring tool that’ll tell Optus all about your mobile experience.

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Optus unveils MyPlans and new logo

Optus has unveiled a new logo, new mascot and new consumer plans which change to billing minutes rather than flagfalls, although some plans offer less…

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I'm-a-geddin Carmageddon for free

Sorry about that headline. Sometimes good taste goes out the window, as it often does when Carmageddon is involved. The bone-crunching racing-slash-controversy generator is currently…

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Technology In Schools And Bono On Smartphones

Over at the ABC’s Technology & Games site, I’ve given my opinion on the adoption of technology in primary schools, and the real cost thereof:…

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