Roll up, roll up for the greatest podcast in the whole of … well, this site. We’ll be recording episode 131 of the Ausdroid podcast tonight from 9pm! Jason, Daniel and Scott will be talking about the week/fortnight’s Android news from Australia and the world at large. There’ll be some kvetching about Lollipop (probably mostly from Jason) and a look[Read More…]
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Join us tonight at 9pm AEDT for the first 2015 edition of the Ausdroid Podcast! Jason, Dan and Scott will be looking at the Android developments from CES and some of the bigger stories of the last couple of weeks. We’ll have the usual live chat online shortly before 9pm AEDT rolls around, so come back then and chat with[Read More…]
With the competitive pressure of modern business, few people are willing to admit how long they waste, completing time-consuming processes like entering data and sorting through files manually. The cost of manual document management can be much more than the cost of the paper itself – in fact, it can run into several thousands of dollars a year per employee.[Read More…]
It’s that time again, where we pull up a chair and speak frankly with each other about the news that happened in the week that was. With Sony’s big bash last night, expect a lot of discussion about their new product line. Jason’s got a Z3 Compact and he’s not afraid to use it, and his wrist has played host[Read More…]
It’s so simple to print something that isn’t really needed. The fact is that most people have done it at some time or another. In 98% of offices, documents are left sitting at the printer, their private information on full display. In larger firms, unneeded documents line up in print queues, causing delays. As well as wasting time, paper and[Read More…]
Yatango Mobile has recently launched its 4G service for its customers using the Optus 4G network, and while existing customers have been switching over to the new network technology to enjoy faster speeds, Yatango wants you to be able to try it out for yourselves. If you’ve got a compatible 4G handset, and you’re thinking about a new carrier, you[Read More…]
The next round of Humble Bundle games is upon us with six games currently available for Android. Bag It! R-TYPE II Aralon: Sword and Shadow The Cave The Room Two Carcassonne You can get the first three games for as little or as much as you like, but pay above the average (US$4.66 at time of writing) and you will[Read More…]
We have already seen rumours about Android 4.4.3 and some of the possible changes that are coming with that version of Android and now it appears that Google have started the internal testing process. Android Police have mentioned that this particular build has started rolling out to a small number of Google employees outside of the core Android team and[Read More…]
The Samsung Gear Fit was arguably the most interesting wearable device that Samsung recently announced at Mobile World Congress but there was one thing that bugged a few people about the display. Everything was displayed across your wrist which made reading the display just that little bit more difficult. It looks like Samsung have figured this out and fill have[Read More…]
It looks like Google are testing a new Gmail app for Android and from what I can tell there are some nice changes heading our way. As with most Google updates these days this one is bringing with it a new user interface which includes a coloured Action Bar as seen on several of Google’s other apps including the recently[Read More…]