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International Dynamics has released the Olive 3HD, a simplistic server that has been designed as a hassle-free unit, requiring no software installation, networking setup or virus protection.

The sound quality produced by the Olive 3HD is due to the use of a premium 24-bit DAC with 192 kHz up-sampling.

There has been a lot of media hype about Apple products over the past 12 months.

Whether we are talking about the iPhone, the iPad or the new iPod, Apple knows how to generate publicity and work the media.

However, it also knows how to keep a secret.

At 2.1 inches thick, the LG 3D Plasma is designed to add sophistication to homes without intruding into the family lifestyle.

So many mobile phones, networks and plans on the market and so little time -choosing the best mobile phone these days can quickly become a headache.

The best way to make sure you are choosing the right mobile phone for you is to think about how you use your phone and which features you need.

Balmer Gets Greedy

Cow waste to run laptops?29 September 2010

Fancy a bit of cow dung to help you boot up in the morning? Do you need some extra manure for that server?

Well in Victoria, the waste from our favourite bovines could soon be powering our online activities.

According to eBay, Australians are embracing mobile commerce with the number of people shopping on eBay through their phones and the number of items purchased doubling in just seven months.

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the e-publishing waters with your iPad, RIM, the makers of the BlackBerry has launched the PlayBook, an e-reader that uses a 1 gigahertz dual-core processor to enable not just reading, but a heap of multi-tasking as well.

For the hardcore gamer or for those wanting their own home-based Supercomputer, there is now the ‘The Big O’ X5680, which fuses the capabilities of the fastest-known computing hardware, overclocking, water cooling and a built-in Xbox 360 Slim to create what is claimed as being the ‘ultimate gaming weapon’.

Akai’s one stop HD box 28 September 2010

The AD173X High Definition Set Top Box with built-in up-scaling DVD Player and Personal Video Recorder offers consumers the ability to watch full high definition TV, DVD’s and record digital TV straight to a USB storage device conveniently in the one unit.

HTC Corporation has just released the Optus-ready Aria – a pocket-sized smartphone with a 5-megapixel camera, 3.2 inch HVGA display and Android functionality.

The Individual TV is available in two design versions – either as Compose with a glass contrast filter screen or as Selection with high gloss front frame.

Similar to ABC's iView, the PLUS7 service will allow PlayStation 3 users to stream their favourite Channel 7 shows via their PlayStation Network.

The launch of the service marks the first commercial catch-up TV service optimised specifically for the PS3.

According to a recent Canadian University study, those that regularly play games like Call Of Duty, Halo or World of Warcraft have developed such high-end eye-hand coordination that their brains have been effectively ‘rewired’.

PC-based monitoring kit27 September 2010
  • • DIY installation
  • • Night and Day view possible
  • • Remote control operation

Swann Communications has launched an affordable camera and monitor kit that delivers day/night real-time indoor colour surveillance.

Kindle gets scrabbled27 September 2010

Amazon's Kindle ebook reader has joined the iPad and added the ever popular and classic word game Scrabble to its App inventory.

By Branko Miletic.



Stylish LCDs from Grundig 27 September 2010
  • • LED backlight technology for brilliant images and up to 50% more energy
  • • Full HD resolution
  • • Extra USB port for playback from USB stick, camera etc.

By Branko Miletic

It’s My Party And I’ll Invite Who I Want To