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Amcom Leads the Field as Data Centre Solutions Provider

Amcom Leads the Field as Data Centre Solutions Provider

This is a Sponsored Post For businesses, the Australian-based company Amcom provides unparalleled data centre services. The centres, spread across the country, provide effective ways to store, manage, and distribute your data. Enjoy the confidence of pairing with an off-site data centre that effectively secures your data on a fibre-optic network with MPLS core. Data Security Your information is se... »

Do You Know Your Data?

Do You Know Your Data?

This is a Guest Post by Matt Rawling, an experienced technology blogger who has written a number of articles for Techin5, covering a variety of topics ranging from smartphones to laptops and GPS devices. Smartphones have offered a sense of freedom since their conception. No longer are you tied to your computer for online entertainment. But one of their more mysterious aspects is the amount of data... »

Apple is now the worlds biggest smartphone manufacturer

Apple is now the worlds biggest smartphone manufacturer

All hail the King Apple! Apple has now been declared the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturer by IDC, a company that conducts some sort of mass market intelligence across the globe! While Android might have the biggest market share in terms of smartphones sold, Google doesn’t actually make their own devices (unless you count the Nexus (S)), and because of this Apple has been crowned... »

Undetweetable – Letting us read ‘deleted’ tweets since – now.

Undetweetable – Letting us read ‘deleted’ tweets since – now.

Update: It seems Twitter has told Undetweetable to shut down permanently. This was the message psoted on their website “Unfortunately, Undetweetable has been asked to shut down and we can no longer function without Twitter’s support. This project was meant to begin a discussion about privacy and digital identity and, thanks to the overwhelming response from users like yourself, we hope... »

Motorola Xoom now available with Optus

Motorola Xoom now available with Optus

A bit slower than expected, but expected nevertheless, Optus have just started selling the Motorola Xoom online on their stores, nearly a month after Telstra started selling the Xoom. Still if you’re a Telstra hater (and we know there are quite a few of you), then you’ll do best with sticking with Optus (minus Next G Speeds). The actual Xoom (which comes with Android 3.0) will be avail... »

AU: Motorola Xoom confirmed for May

AU: Motorola Xoom confirmed for May

As we reported last week that the Motorola Xoom might be launched in Australia in may, Telstra have come out and officially announced the Xoom will indeed be going up for sale in May. The device will be an exclusive to Telstra, which may or may not please potential buyers out there, but at least we’re getting it. If you want to know more about the Motorola Xoom and how it compares to other t... »