This is a wallpaper of Belmore Falls in Kangaroo Valley, Australia.Read More »
Game of Thrones is one of the most pirated TV series in recent history, but there’s good reason for it. No I’m not condoning piracy, and it’s certainly immoral in many cases- not to mention illegal. You see Game of Thrones is an HBO exclusive television series. Up until the [...]Read More »
While Google announced a third city to get Google Fiber and Japan is getting ridiculous 2Gbps download speeds in Tokyo, the rest of the world might be feeling a little left out. But now it looks Australia won’t have to be jealous of ultra-fast download speeds, as the Australian National [...]Read More »
Last month, tech giants Apple, Microsoft and Adobe were summoned to explain in a hearing the significantly higher prices of tech goods in Australia. Adobe’s CEO even went as far as dodging the questions during pre-interviews, quite expertly I might add.
Now that the hearing has already taken place, we’ve [...]Read More »
We’ve seen some cool things here on dotTech, such as cloning clones, coffee with portraits, and DNA being used as a data storage mechanism. However, if I were to pick the coolest of them all, I’d have to say bring a dead frog to life tops the list. And that [...]Read More »
If you haven’t heard, Apple, Microsoft and Adobe have been summoned to explain the higher prices of tech goods in Australia.
In a press conference in Sydney, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen was asked by reporters how Adobe can justify charging Australian customers more for their software (up to $1400 more [...]Read More »
Australians have been warned against using Apple Maps before, and it looks like they’re getting another reminder that Apple’s built-in maps application just isn’t quite ready for prime time.
The Country Fire Authority in Victoria is telling people to “to disregard Apple Maps township locations and instead focus on street [...]Read More »
Apple, Microsoft, and Adobe have all been summoned to appear before a pricing inquiry regarding the higher prices Australian consumers have to pay for tech goods compared to those of other economies. Here’s what the lower house committee had to say in a statement:
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Last week we saw photos of the ‘Death Cage’, a tourist attraction where people get inside a pool with a crocodile. Today we have another crocodile photo to share with you. This one, however, is a bit different. This one will help you figure out what to do if a [...]Read More »
A friend of mine used to say (still says?): “flashy lights are for the simple minded”. To an extent, I am sure there is some truth in that statement. After all, one can easily be distracted and awed by otherwise simple lights and objects. However, call me simple minded, I [...]Read More »
It’s no secret Apple’s mapping solution hasn’t been up to snuff for most users, and it’s become a running joke that iOS Maps can get you lost when you use it for directions. However, in Australia iOS Maps is more than a joke; according to the police in Victoria, Apple [...]Read More »
Kantar Worldpanel ComTech has published details on the market share of different producers in the smartphone market. Android has broke all records as the second quarter of 2012 ended with Android smartphone sales claiming more than 50% of total smartphone sales.
The statistics, which was compiled by analyzing smartphone sales [...]Read More »
Justice Mordy Bromberg, a Federal court judge of Australia, has found Apple guilty of deliberately misleading its iPad customers about the product’s capability. As a result, Apple has been fined AU$2.25 million (roughly US$2.29 million) along with being told to pay AU$300,000 (roughly US$305,450) for costs.
The advertisement which brought [...]Read More »