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Electronic workflow and its productivity benefits	       [sp]

Electronic workflow and its productivity benefits [sp]

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…]

by and 12:53 pm on November 24, 2014 Comments are Disabled News
New Opal tracking app for Sydney transport users

New Opal tracking app for Sydney transport users

Sydney developer Daniel Grech has released a new Android app aimed squarely at users of Sydney’s public transport systems which are almost completely moved across to the Opal smartcard ticketing system. Called Sydney OpalTracker, this new Android app allows you to perform the simple task of checking your Opal balance on your mobile, but it offers much more. Not only[Read More…]

by 8:13 am on November 24, 2014 8 comments Apps, News
Jolla look to crowdsource their new tablet

Jolla look to crowdsource their new tablet

Crowdsource funding is becoming more and more popular for startups: they put the idea “out there” and if their idea for a product or service appeals to you, you offer them some funds to get it off the ground. Anything from a bit of change, and in return they offer you some warm fuzzies, through to a significant sum of[Read More…]

by 6:10 pm on November 23, 2014 2 comments Manufacturer, News, Tablets
Kogan begins taking orders for the Nexus 9 asking less than the Google Play pricing  – ships in 1-2 weeks

Kogan begins taking orders for the Nexus 9 asking less than the Google Play pricing – ships in 1-2 weeks

Unlike the elusive Nexus 6, the Nexus 9 is now shipping and available to purchase from Google Play. If you’re willing to wait though, you could save yourself a couple of dollars by purchasing from Kogan, who have now listed the Nexus 9 on their website for slightly less than the Google Play pricing. There’s no sign of the LTE[Read More…]

by 10:00 am on November 23, 2014 2 comments Manufacturer, Tablets
Motorola Moto 360 now showing at The Good Guys

Motorola Moto 360 now showing at The Good Guys

Seems the drought surrounding Motorola products may be nearing an end, with first the Moto X Gen 2 showing on The Good Guys website, and now the Moto 360 has also appeared on The Good Guys site. Both the Black and Silver versions of the Moto 360 showing up, priced a little below the $329 RRP announced last month, with[Read More…]

by 9:30 am on November 23, 2014 4 comments Android Wear, Manufacturer, Smartwatch
TED app gets Chromecast support

TED app gets Chromecast support

TED is hugely popular, it has a catalogue of some 1700+ talks from some truly amazing people; ranging from technical and scientific geniuses such as Prof. Stephen Hawking to musical legends right through to medical and business leaders. Watching some of these talks are nothing short of an experience that needs to be had, unfortunately until now the experience needed[Read More…]

by 9:00 am on November 23, 2014 0 comments Apps, News
Moto X (2014) shows up on Good Guys website – ships in 5-10 days

Moto X (2014) shows up on Good Guys website – ships in 5-10 days

The long awaited launch of the Moto X (2014) may be imminent with The Good Guys now listing the phone on their website, with an estimated shipping time of 5-10 Days. The Moto X Gen 2 – model #: XT1092 – is listed for pre-order at $697 which sits just under the $699 price we’ve heard will be the RRP[Read More…]

by 8:30 am on November 23, 2014 33 comments Manufacturer, Phones
Android Studio leaves Beta for Canary Channel

Android Studio leaves Beta for Canary Channel

If you’re a developer or budding developer looking to make headway into the Android platform it’s more than likely you’re at least familiar with, if not using the Android Studio that Google Announced at I/O last year. The good news is that on the Android Tools website an announcement has been made that the increasingly popular Integrated Development Environment (IDE)[Read More…]

by 8:00 am on November 23, 2014 1 comment Android Development, Google Services, News
Nexus 6 DOES have an RGB LED that could possibly be used for notifications

Nexus 6 DOES have an RGB LED that could possibly be used for notifications

When the Nexus 6 was announced one thing was obvious in it’s absence, a multicoloured (preferably RGB) LED light for notifications. Instead, Google and Motorola have opted for Ambient Display such as in the Moto X. One of mine, and many others’, favourite features of a Nexus phone is the RGB light. The ability to make the light flash any[Read More…]

by 7:30 am on November 23, 2014 4 comments News
Google Drive getting in the giving spirit

Google Drive getting in the giving spirit

Google Drive are getting in the spirit of giving leading into Christmas. They’ve announced in a blog post that if you purchase a Chromebook (or are fortunate enough to be given one) across the break this year, you can claim a whopping 1 terrabyte of Google Drive Storage as part of your purchase. The additional space on your Google account[Read More…]

by 7:00 am on November 23, 2014 2 comments Chromebook, Google Services, News