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First-gen iPad prototype sells for $10k

What's claimed to be a first generation iPad test unit has sold for over US$10,000 on online auction site eBay.

Written by TechWorld staff29 May 12 16:34

Technology top for CEOs

In the eyes of CEOs, technology now outranks the market as the number one external factor that will impact organisations over the next three to five years.

Written by TechWorld staff23 May 12 12:07

Qantas Windows Phone app tracks flight schedules

Qantas has launched a free application for Windows Phone which, according to the company, will help passengers keep an eye on how much time they have before their flight boards.

Written by TechWorld staff05 April 12 15:23

Motorola launches Xoom 2 Android tablet through Telstra

Motorola Mobility today launched the Xoom 2 Android tablet in Australia. The Motorola Xoom 2 is a 10.1-inch tablet that runs version 3.2 ('Honeycomb') of Google's Android mobile platform.

Written by TechWorld staff21 Feb. 12 11:16

Department of families offloads surplus ICT assets

The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs is seeking tenders for a partner to dispose of surplus ICT assets, including desktops PCs, printers, servers, mobile phones and other telecommunications gear.

Written by TechWorld staff15 Dec. 11 10:22

iPhone 4S pre-orders break Apple's record

Apple has revealed that it has received more than 1 million pre-orders for its next-generation smartphone, the iPhone 4S, in just 24 hours.

Written by TechWorld staff11 Oct. 11 11:00

Nokia's MeeGo-based N9 coming to all Australian networks

Nokia has revealed that its N9 smartphone will be available on Optus, Telstra and Vodafone, as well as from a range of retailers including Dick Smith, JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman.

Written by TechWorld staff01 Sept. 11 13:52

NBN switches on in Brunswick -- but only 50 per cent sign up

The National Broadband Network (NBN) has finally made it to the big city, with the NBN this morning being switched on for the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick. The First Release area includes around 2700 households, but only 52 per cent have signed on for a lead-in to the fibre network, NBN Co has revealed. Fourteen customers have so far been hooked up.

Written by TechWorld staff04 Aug. 11 11:21

Conroy's department signs up AIIA for digital economy push

Communications minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, has revealed that a memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) and his department.

Written by TechWorld staff04 Aug. 11 10:04
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