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Why I Would Think Twice About Signing Up For Telstra's Cloud Based Office 365 and Microsoft Dynamics Service     Why I Would Think Twice About Signing Up For Telstra's Cloud Based Office 365 and Microsoft Dynamics Service
If you are a small medium business and you are thinking of moving to Telstra's offering of cloud based CRM Dynamics and their Microsoft Office 365 suite of applications, I would seriously think twice about their offering if our experience is anything to go by.

New Microsoft Office 365 Personal $14 More Expensive In Australia     New Microsoft Office 365 Personal $14 More Expensive In Australia
Microsoft has launched a new cheaper version of its Office 365 subscription service in the USA at $A$74, the same package is being sold at retailers in Australia for $88, Microsoft has not explained the reason for the $14 difference.

Microsoft Give Office Suite Away For Free, Move Set To Hurt Telstra     Microsoft Give Office Suite Away For Free, Move Set To Hurt Telstra
As Telstra moves to grow their Office 365 business by charging small business up to $13 a month rental for the popular Office package, a search of the web has revealed that Microsoft is giving Office applications including Word, Excel and Outlook away for free under a different name.

Microsoft To Give Away Windows For Free Head On Battle With Google     Microsoft To Give Away Windows For Free Head On Battle With Google
In a move aimed at catching up to Google's success with its free Android platform, Microsoft said it will give away a free version of its Windows operating system to makers of smartphones and small tablets.

Symantec Fires CEO     Symantec Fires CEO
Steve Bennett is the second boss to be fired in two years.

Slip Reveals That Sales Of Windows 8 Has Hit 200 Million     Slip Reveals That Sales Of Windows 8 Has Hit 200 Million
Sales of Windows 8 have hit 200 million according to a senior Microsoft executive who let the number slip out at a Goldman Sachs Technology & Internet Conference.

Windows 7 More Popular Than Win 8 As PC Sales Slump Yet Again     Windows 7 More Popular Than Win 8 As PC Sales Slump Yet Again
Windows 7 is still more popular than Windows 8 with sales still under 10%.

$1000+: Google's Dizzy Heights     $1000+: Google's Dizzy Heights
SAN FRANCISCO - Joining a small club of US stocks, Google's stock price on Friday passed US$1000 for the first time amid optimism about new advertising for wireless devices and online video.

Microsoft Halt Windows 8.1 Upgrade After Complaints     Microsoft Halt Windows 8.1 Upgrade After Complaints
Microsoft who is struggling to build interest in their Windows 8 OS has been forced to suspend the roll out of an 8.1 upgrade after several problems emerged.

HP Predicts 2014 Bounce     HP Predicts 2014 Bounce
'New Style of IT' to deliver HP's comeback?

Adobe Credit Card Details Compromised But Adobe OZ Remains Silent     Adobe Credit Card Details Compromised But Adobe OZ Remains Silent
Adobe Australia is not saying how many Australian credit card details have been obtained by hackers who got into the company's servers where details of their Creative Cloud subscribers are held.

Re-Start: Windows 8.1 Breaks In 'Oct 18'     Re-Start: Windows 8.1 Breaks In 'Oct 18'
Go back to the Start: Windows 8 free update hits in weeks, but is it too late?

Aussies Charged 50% MORE For Tech: IT Inquiry     Aussies Charged 50% MORE For Tech: IT Inquiry
The 'Australia Tax': Aussies charged 50% MORE for tech gear, says parliamentary report.

New Google Chrome OS As Search Company Pushes Sales Of Chromebook In OZ     New Google Chrome OS As Search Company Pushes Sales Of Chromebook In OZ
As Google gets set to crank up their Chromebook sales in Australia a new version of a Chrome OS Beta has gone live.

Windows 8.1 Update Coming End Of August     Windows 8.1 Update Coming End Of August
Microsoft has finally confirmed that its forthcoming update to Windows 8 will be available to download from late August.





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Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4   Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4
Every once in a while, a camera comes along that is a game changer. The Minolta SRT-101, the Canon 1D, the very first Nikon Coolpix and the Pentax KX all make the list. And being added to it now is the new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4.
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New LG 65   New LG 65" Ultra High Definition TV, Complete With Pop Down Speakers: REVIEW
LG Australia has finally rolled out their 65" Ultra High Definition TV offering in Australia and what you get is a TV that delivers a quantum leap in TV technology and surprisingly a significantly improved sound system that is delivered from pop down speakers but the big question is whether it is worth $6,999.
Product Rating 4.5

Westfield To Split   Westfield To Split
Shopping giant to separate ANZ, international operation
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