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Samsung countersues Apple in Australia

09/19/2011, Apart from hearing whispers of Samsung actually attempting to block the sales of the iPhone 5 the moment it is announced to hit Korea, here is yet another juicy bit of information that might just see the legal war between the two corporate giants escalate...

HP TouchPad pulled from Harvey Norman Australia

08/19/2011, As most are aware, HP had overnight announced that they would be discontinuing webOS, and naturally this was a shock to many – potential customers, current owners of HP’s webOS tablet, the TouchPad, as well as retailers who may have placed huge...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to be sold in Australia 1st September

08/16/2011, Just a quick recap for those who have not managed to follow the recent legal proceedings between Apple and Samsung. Apple managed to score their first victory through an injunction in Australia, which resulted in the sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1...

Australian soldiers to be powered by the sun

08/15/2011, Everybody’s going green these days, and it’s been reported that even the soldiers in Australia will soon be joining the movement. The Australian National University (ANU) have managed to create wearable lightweight solar panels that convert...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 delayed in Australia

08/03/2011, Is it, or is it not? First of all, we heard that Apple’s lawsuit managed to convince Australian courts to halt the sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and a day after that we have Samsung stepping forward to say they will go ahead with the Galaxy...

Apple’s iPad Helps A 9 Year Old Girl With Eyesight Problems

06/30/2011, Melbourne schoolgirl Holly Bligh, aged 9, has albinism which is a genetic condition that affects not only the pigment in her skin, hair and eyes, but also her vision. Normally for Holly to read, she would require a hefty magnifying glass, and work sheets...

Liquid Solar Array collects sunlight while out in the sea

03/29/2011, Solar panels are a great way to generate electricity without causing any harm to the environment, but the problem with them is that they require a large area to contain a huge amount of solar panels in order to generate sufficient amounts of electricity....

Trembo Trunks amplifies your earbuds without using any power

03/15/2011, Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to share the music on your iPod with your friends, but the teeny speakers on the device didn’t do the sound much justice? Well, two designers from Sydney, Australia have come up with a solution to...

The “thinking cap” becomes literal

02/10/2011, In the future when people say “let me put on my thinking cap”, they could really mean that they’re going to put on a thinking cap. Some researchers in Australia have managed to come up with such a device that stimulates a person’s...

Flood in Brisbane destroys retro game console collection

01/17/2011, If you’re an avid collector of retro video game consoles you’ll probably feel the pain of this poor guy in Brisbane, Australia. Amidst the recent floods that have been happening in that part of the world, the latest one totally wrecked his...