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    Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 addresses my biggest complaint

    Overnight, Samsung held their Galaxy Unpacked event for 2024 which seen a series of new hardware announcements. Samsung's new Galaxy Z Fold 6 addresses one of my biggest complaints when I reviewed last year's Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 5. Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 6 features many changes, but the most important for me is the increase in size to the front display. Now...

    Almost everyone has DeathTouch in the new Assassin’s Creed × Magic: The Gathering set

    The latest Magic: The Gathering crossover collaboration is here. Dive into the Animus and travel back in time and journey with characters from Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise.
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    Commercial Kinect SDK may come with Marketplace

    On June 16th this year, Microsoft made the Kinect for Windows SDK available for enthusiasts. This was an official release providing access...

    Resonate Solutions helps business improve customer connections

    Australian company Resonate Solutions have built a Business Intelligence application running on SQL Server 2008 + Analysis Services, while leveraging Azure burst processing to...

    TrafficMate WP7 app uses live data. GPS just got smarter.

    Recent Australian Bureau of Statistics research showed that 750,000 people in Queensland travelled to work by car, motorbikes or even scooters. It's not surprising...

    TransHub taps Gov data to minimise multi-mode commute times

    TransHub is a Windows Phone application looking to solve traffic congestion issues in your city. TransHub can instantly recommend the fastest routes...

    Forza 4 and Star Wars Kinect playable at Tech.Ed

    During last night’s closing party at Tech.Ed Australia, attendees were treated to something pretty special. Two hotly anticipated upcoming games, Forza 4...

    Family HQ is a private social network for your extended family

    Family HQ is a new concept in social networking – it’s private. An Internet start-up that is 100% owned and developed within...

    WP7, Surface and Slate demo shows off the future

    Science fiction has always taught us to think about the possibilities of technology far into the future. In fact, many technological developments...

    Photos from Tech.Ed Australia keynote

    The Tech.Ed Australia 2011 keynote is underway, check out some photos below, including opening keynote presenter aka Geek MC, Adam Spencer.  If...

    Microsoft Tech.Ed 2011 begins !

    Technically it began yesterday for those in deep dive training sessions, but today marks the official opening of Microsoft’s Tech.Ed 2011 conference....

    Quad-core Windows 8 slate has, you guessed it, heat vents

    Microsoft Tech Ed conference in Australia is next week (expect lots of coverage right here), but this week its New Zealand’s turn....

    The current state of Windows 7

    It’s been around a year since the launch of Windows 7, so in the final interview from Tech.Ed last week, I discuss...

    Tech.Ed 2010 – Microsoft's Cloud

    One of Microsoft’s key strategies for the future is cloud computing not only for some personal use – skydrive, office web apps and My...
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