Wednesday, November 13, 2019

The biggest, baddest new phone

The world’s biggest smartphone seller, Samsung, has just unveiled its latest flagship phone, and it brings some impressive cards to the table. Some expected,...

Inbuilt security for peace of mind

In the past I haven’t used Norton products, not for any particular reason, I just haven’t. But, there was something that intrigued me about...

Tracking satellites in real-time

The Space Activities Amendment (Launches and Returns) Bill 2018 introduced into Parliament has sparked widespread interest into just what is orbiting our Earth and...

Tackling youth unemployment head on

Two innovative local projects have progressed to the second stage of a $10 million NSW Liberal-National Government funding program to help tackle youth unemployment. sequenc.ai...

Driver’s licences going digital

NSW drivers will soon be able to use their smartphones as a ‘digital driver licence’ for roadside police checks and for proof of age...

A phone at the right price

At present there are any number of phones that leave you without any cash to splash; the iPhone X comes to mind immediately, followed...

Return of the sonic boom

A new aircraft is set to bring back the magic of Concorde. The experimental XB-1, or ‘Baby Boom’, will be used to collect data to...

Online the only way forward

By: Catriona Pollard Whilst many businesses seem to be moving forward and embracing all things online including social media, in certain areas online content can...

Mega GPS event coming to Lake Mac

Join in a real-life treasure hunt in Lake Macquarie over the Easter long weekend as hundreds of teams search for hidden items across the City...

Saving world housing crisis

Building a new home for around $5,000 seemed out of the question until two companies in the USA came up with a design which...
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