Good news for Googlers as we get Google+ Pages for business and eBooks, but bad news for Flash fiends as Adobe says bye-bye to mobile devices.
When travelling overseas, phone bills can get expensive quite quickly. This is not only due to international call rates, but also to data roaming, which smartphones are now becoming reliant on. Here's how to avoid being slugged a whopping bill on your return from travelling.
Boeing has side-stepped Apple's iPad and chosen the Google Android operating system to power custom-built in-flight entertainment units.
First-class passengers on American Airlines will be able to use the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 as an entertainment device on select flights.
Now the PlayStation Network (PSN) is back in business, are gamers happy? On the podcast this week we also look at product placement and wish we were one of the seven lucky customers to get the National Broadband Network (NBN).
No matter the plane, no matter the class, they should all have the following five things to make flying a more enjoyable experience for its passengers.
A Colorado company develops an iPad app that will deliver electronic aeronautical charts to airline cockpits, and some airlines are testing tablet use in the cockpit.
This podcast is brought to you by new developments in Aussie tech research, like the bionic eye and GiFi. Plus we recap the tablet bonanza and talk electric cars.
We discuss the contentious gender issues of mobile phone operating systems on this week's Pulse podcast, alongside our favourite vapourware games and our final verdict on Windows Phone 7.
Qantas subsidiary Jetstar says passengers will be able to rent the Apple device to access content including movies, e-books, TV programs, games, and music.