Tech Trends - Science & Technology
With 3D printing, creating a customised, usable 3D object in your own home will soon become a realityRead More..
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|Moving in on Nintendo13|
Resident tech master Stan Yee goes in search of what’s moving and shaking in the world of motion gaming now
|Talk to Me10|
Soon we’ll have machines that look at us and understand us
|Stacking Up the Slates9|
What’s new on the tech front?
|Hanging Up On Your Wallet8|
With the arrival of mobile tap-and-pay systems, bulky wallets may soon be a thing of the past
|'You Have 34,658 Friends!' Oh Yeah?7|
As millions flock to social networking sites such as MySpace, Facebook and Bebo, experts warn they could be putting themselves at risk from dangers such as identity theft and stalking. Take these basic precautions.
|Next Gen Ads6|
How are advertisers dealing with tech frontiers? Stan Yee wades into the pool of new media ads – social, interactive, mobile, games and otherwise
|Mobile Tech Talk Made Easy5|
Sure, you want a fancy new mobile phone, but should it have 3G and Bluetooth? What about WCDMA and HSDPA? If you're feeling lost among all the techno-babble, here's a quick guide.3G (third generation) refers to the latest standard of mobile wireless networks. 3G phones allow Internet access, can run multimedia software and offer support for global
Although playground bullying in itself is not new, it has changed with the rise in children owning and using mobile phones. Some kids are now using mobile phones to send insulting, threatening or unpleasant voice, text and picture messages, either directly to their victims, or to spread malicious rumours. The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association has recently launched a new
Today you've probably downloaded an image from the internet for a presentation, posted a comment on your blog about an article you've just read, or uploaded a video clip of a concert you saw onto a video sharing website. You may not realise it, but you may have just broken the law. Copyright laws protect literary, dramatic, musical and artistic work, and these works,
|U R DUMPED5|
These days, lovers turn to phone texts to say it's over. A recent UK survey found one in seven generation Y-ers had been told their relationship was over via a phone text or e-mail message. "Most of us send e-mails and texts every day, so it comes as no surprise they are now being used to ditch someone - however distasteful that is," says Rob Barnes from moneysupermarket.com,
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