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  • Mobile World Congress: Microsoft keynote tomorrow morning

    At 1am AEDT (Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time) Microsoft will take the stage at Mobile World Congress for their keynote. Amidst a number of other companies keynoting Microsoft’s is highly anticipated, set to announce Windows Mobile 7. After being heavily criticised for an incomplete, unpolished 6.5 release, the Windows...
  • Return to Rapture, Bioshock 2 available now

    The much loved immersive horror story that is Bioshock is back for round 2. The story line jumps forward 10 years from the original, with all the action housed in the gorgeous underwater city of Rapture. After the success of the first Bioshock, this game is loved by many,...
  • ABC Open launches, crowd sourcing regional content

    Today ABC are launching a new project called ABC Open. “The aim is to give people the chance to participate in lots of different ways – to create, share and collaborate with the ABC and each other through ABC Platforms; radio, online, tv and mobile.” This works by gathering...
  • Apple iTunes 9.0.3 released

    Overnight Apple has released iTunes version 9.03. You can get it by going to Help > Check for updates. Included in the update is support for a new iPhone OS – 3.1.3 (more on this in the next post). Additionally, there’s a number of bug fixes as to be...
  • Podcast Episode #46 – Happy Australia Day

    Now recorded, editing is underway for Episode #46 of the podcast, it’ll be available just as soon as your hangover subsides 🙂 If you want a sneak peak, check out the show notes. Hope you all have a fantastic Australia Day ! Update Podcast now available...
  • iTunes Australia Day Sale

      January 26th is approaching fast. Australia Day is the day where we celebrate everything that makes this great country awesome. Apple and more specifically iTunes is having a sale to commemorate the occasion. “We all know “our land abounds in nature’s gifts but this year it also abounds...
  • Guest host on FranklySpeaking: CES 2010 Wrapup

    Last night I had the opportunity to be on the Frankly Speaking podcast to discuss all things CES 2010. Hosted by Andrew Coates and Michael Kordahi, I had a great time hope to be on again in the future. Please check it out. Head over to the FranklySpeaking website,...
  • The best of CES 2010

    With CES all wrapped up, I took a chance to outline the trends and more interesting announcements from the biggest electronics conference of the year. Big CES Themes With thousands of products announced and/or released during CES, popular trends quickly emerged. These were: HDTVs – It seems every manufacturer...
  • 2010 CES Microsoft Keynote info launched early

    Despite the keynote just getting underway (after a power issue), the webpage covering a lot of the content has already been published – http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2010/jan10/01-06CESKeynote.mspx Check out all the details below. LAS VEGAS – Jan. 6, 2010 – The Consumer Electronics Association kicked off the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show...
  • MediaFly Mobile: Video + Audio iPhone app now available

    View Full Album Wanna get your favourite video and audio podcasts on your iPhone ? Then you should check out the free MediaFly iPhone app, now available in the App Store. There’s lots of audio and video content from partners like Cnet, Revision3, TWiT and more. My only complaint...
  • MyKi Victorian ticketing system goes online, sort of.

    Unexpectedly the new Victorian card-based ticketing system went online. Designed to simplify and update the process of purchasing train, tram and bus tickets around the state, the launch today only encompassed trains. Travellers who venture between the different transport options will need to carry both the older Metcard and...
  • Merry Christmas from techAU

    Ho, ho, ho, Merry Christmas. It’s been another fantastic year for techAU. With continued growth, new sponsorships, lots of new friends and best of all, there’s more Australian tech coverage than ever. I had planned on getting another episode of the podcast out before xmas, unfortunately it seems the...
  • Reminder: Albury Wodonga Twitter Meetup tonight !

    It’s nearly Xmas and there’s a few out of towners visiting, so the locals have decided a twitter meetup is in order. Details are as follws.. Date: Today (Wed, 23 Dec 09)Time: 6:30 – lateVenue: 3 Monkeys Tavern (on the causeway). More details @ http://twtvite.com/1qiumh There’s also a Twitter...
  • Podcast Episode #45 – Don’t filter me

      Australian Internet Filter Firefox 3.6 beta 5 released Grand Turismo 5 Demo / Time Trial Review: Flip Mino HD Gowalla iPhone application...
  • Facebook iPhone App updates to 3.03

    The latest update to the Facebook iPhone app is now available, version 3.03 for those paying attention. There’s mainly bug fixes in this release, but if you haven’t yet updated the version 3+ there’s tons of great features. I strongly recommend you do....
  • NAB launches mobile banking, iPhone web app

    The National Australia Bank, now finally has mobile banking available to customers. NAB customers with an iPhone get a fairly slick web app, that while not as good as a fully fledged native app, functionality wise it offers the most important options. View account summaries Transfer funds Pay bills...
  • WordPress 2 iPhone app now available

    An updated version of the WordPress iPhone app is now available. Strangler it’s a whole new application (search for it in the App Store), rather than a regular application update. There’s lots of new goodness here, so I recommend any WordPress bloggers with iPhones go and get WordPress 2,...
  • Microsoft explains the US vs Aus Win7 pricing

    Microsoft have taken a lot of criticism of the inflated pricing of Windows 7 in Australia, compared to the US offering. With a strong Australian dollar, the US and Australian dollar are the closest they’ve been in a long time, so why such a difference ? Microsoft explains.. “every...
  • Amazon Kindle comes to Australia October 19, no DX.

    Update Well clearly Amazon reads techAU 🙂 The Kindle DX is indeed getting the international treatment. You will have to wait to 2010 though. More @ TechFlash   Amazon’s Kindle is an E-book reader that has been a US exclusive for the past couple of years. That’s all about...

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