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14 Jan 2009
Hong Kong has signed a groupr of ICT MOU's with Australians - 'The MoU were made with Portable Film Festival, Electronics and ICT Association (EICTA), Australian Information and Industry Association (
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AS the US government teeters on the edge of switching off the analog signal next month, Obama's negotiators are trying to talk it back from the brink, while TV stations are telling it to jump. They do
The Atlab Group has now been rebranded as Deluxe, and 'integration with divisions around the world is now complete'.
12 Jan 2009
Huawei, partnering with Optus in the National Broadband Network bid, denies it is a front for the Red Menace as alleged by The Australian. Instead, it is 100% employee owned, which makes it a front fo
Finland may be the home of Santa, but this gang has a much wider sense of cultural history in those Northern forests.. and ten thousand little elves gathered via the interwebnet.
Carol Bartz, ex chief executive of design software maker Autodesk (Maya, Max etc) is reported to be in the running to be the new CEO of Yahoo!
The potentially delayed US switchover to DTV, scheduled next month, according to Scientific American.
LG has used the Consumer Electronics Show to announce that it is launching a line of wristphones. We'd like to think Mission Impossible, but the reality might be closer to Inspector Gadget.
The Swiss Army Knife now comes with Bluetooth, a laser-pointer and 32MB of storage. Harald Bluetooth, the boastful, bloodthirsty tenth century Danish king after whome the technology is named would be
Melbourne-based Radio Frequency Systems Australia has picked up a technical Emmy award for their adjacent channel combiners, which allow the switchover to digital television without having to build ne
SIGGRAPH, to be held in Louisiana in August, has responded to public demand by expanding its animation festival component and 'expanding its general call for submissions to include Visual Music and Re
The sound of an editor turning somersaults of joy - and making odious comparisons to Adobe and FCP.
09 Jan 2009
Tucked away in Sol Trujillo's speech to the Citigroup conference in the US was the suggestion that Telstra would destroy its copper network rather than open it up to a competitor building the national
New laws will make it compulsory for New Zealand internet service providers to disconnect customers who repeatedly access pirated material. The lawmakers seem to have failed to think through how it w
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo has said that the company's exclusion from the bidding process to build the national broadband network will only put $2 billion in revenue at risk.
Microsoft has announced a deal with Dell Computers that will see its Live search engine turning up as the default setting on Dell''s computers. Hoping the buyers will be too lazy (or too thick) to us
Telstra has been revealed as the mystery buyer of iBurst radio broadband spectrum, with plans to use it for mobile internet and video applications.
Judging by the number of electronics companies touting internet ready television sets, the time might have finally arrived. And sitting behind the sets is a deal with Yahoo!
07 Jan 2009
This is real footage of a real Monster Truck rally in Brisbane. Making the people and trucks look like animated toys is just a trick - but it's one hell of a trick!
Electronics manufacturer LG has launched an internet ready television set, and a deal with Netflix that will give buyers access to download the video companies massive movie library.
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