Archive for February, 2011
International Sony executives have rejected claims by Sony Computer Entertainment Australia boss Michael Ephraim that the company may pull out of Apple's iTunes Store following today's launch of a new Sony music streaming service that delivers unlimited songs for $12.99 a month.
Using a mobile phone for 50 minutes stirs brain metabolism, although the health consequences are unknown and need to be studied further, US researchers said.
Many men chose to ignore their symptoms until they became larger problems, he said. ‘‘I think traditionally it’s the Australian male’s machismo which prevents him from going to the doctor,’’ Dr Bonollo said.
Telstra has announced that it’s expanding its online self-service offerings, giving customers “the option of performing many transactions with Telstra online using their computer or mobile devices, rather than speaking to agents over the phone”. Telstra has also recently cut back on call centre staff. This might seem like a ...
Google has moved to undercut Apple in app subscriptions as the incumbent faces a backlash from publishers for being too restrictive and taking too big a cut of revenue.
In the not-too-distant future, advertisers will no longer have to ask - they will know. When you will have to refuel on the Pacific Highway. That you like lite milk at home but soy in your coffee at the cafe you frequent on the way to work. That your favourite ...
You probably have good reason to worry if you get a call on your mobile phone with the following message: "Sir, an ambulance is on the way". That's the worst call you can receive if you buy a new EPI Life mobile phone, which comes complete with mini electrocardiogram.
Apple is selling more portable computers than any other manufacturer. Including the iPad, Apple sold 17.2 per cent of mobile computers worldwide in the October-December quarter, according to a report published by research group Display Search. That's even more than Hewlett-Packard, the world's top PC maker.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC unveiled overnight two social networking phone models, with a focus on Facebook access, and introduced its first tablet computer to a crowded marketplace.
The Vatican put its foot down over the idea of "confessing" by iPhone, after news that US users can now download an application for the Apple gadget that helps the faithful gain absolution.