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RIM Blackberry PlayBook – will it succeed?

For years, the PC market was dominated by one operating system. A lot of people weren’t keen on it but it did provide one useful outcome – and that’s the fact that you could go as close as you could to guaranteeing that the software would run on your computer. Because just about every computer […]

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REVIEW – Epson EB-1775W data projector

Epson EB-1775W Rating: 80 Price: $1999 Contact: Epson Phone: 02 8899 3666 Web: Data projectors seem to becoming more compact with each passing month given what we’ve seen  recently but this new EB-1775W from Epson packs plenty into its small chassis. About the size of a 12-inch notebook, the EB-1775W is the top of […]

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Australian government NBN business plan expected release today

It is being reported that the Australian federal government will finally release the full business plan for the National Broadband Network (NBN) today. The $36billion fibre optic network obtained sufficient votes to make it through both houses of parliament last month after a deal with independent senator Nick Xenaphon saw a number of concessions made, […]


India PC market to boom 25% in 2011: report

It looks as if that if you’re in the computer business in 2011, India will be the place to be. According to a report released by IT research analysts, Gartner, the Indian PC market will grow by over 25% during the coming year. While India’s largest cities already have good PC penetration, it is now […]

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Why the NSW Government electricity asset sale is a disaster for the state

COMMENT: Well, it’s finally happened. The NSW Labor Government has sold off the retail and generation arm of its electricity generation assets to foreign/private ownership. The only people that should be cheering this deal is the dead-duck state Labor government and the private entities OriginEnergy, which bought retailers CountryEnergy and IntegralEnergy and the output from […]