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Tinder has made a TV series

Tinder has made a TV series

Swipe right for another episode of 'apocalyptic' show.
David Alire Garcia and Angela Moon Sep 17 2019, 11:31AM Finance
New storage helps Australian Survivor become Ninja Warrior

New storage helps Australian Survivor become Ninja Warrior

TV production house EndemolShine enhances agility by dumping tape for disk.
Simon Sharwood May 22 2019, 6:49AM Servers & Storage
Is bigger still better? Panasonic's 152in 3D TV

Is bigger still better? Panasonic's 152in 3D TV

Opinion: Panasonic has unveiled a 152in TV monstrosity.
Daniel Long Jun 18 2010, 3:35PM Printing
Google TV: Still unsure what it's all about?

Google TV: Still unsure what it's all about?

Google demonstrates how its search technology will work.
Daniel Long Jun 18 2010, 9:29AM Software
5 next-gen TV set top boxes for 2010

5 next-gen TV set top boxes for 2010

Google is planning a new set-top box for your TV.
Daniel Long May 4 2010, 4:25PM Hardware
Synnex financial results show profits double

Synnex financial results show profits double

IT products made up lion's share of growth.
Staff Writers Feb 10 2010, 10:26AM Finance
Free-riders targeted in national e-waste scheme

Free-riders targeted in national e-waste scheme

Makers and importers of PCs and electronics affected.
Staff Writers Nov 6 2009, 1:05AM Hardware
Photos: Optus D3 satellite blasted into orbit

Photos: Optus D3 satellite blasted into orbit

Increased capacity and in-orbit redundancy.
Ry Crozier Aug 25 2009, 7:58AM Collaboration
Little Brother: How RFIDs in everyday objects could make easy targets for hackers

Little Brother: How RFIDs in everyday objects could make easy targets for hackers

Security and privacy advocates argue that RFID tags could make it easier for hackers to target our private information, as RFIDs permeate every facet of everyday life
Daniel Long Jul 22 2009, 2:46PM Hardware
NEC to pull TVs out of Australia

NEC to pull TVs out of Australia

NEC has confirmed that it will pull its consumer television division out of Australia – lock, stock and barrel.

Lilia Guan Jan 15 2009, 2:25PM Hardware
SBS upgrades digital TV technology

SBS upgrades digital TV technology

SBS is said to be the first digital broadcaster in Australia to upgrade to a new IP head-end architecture created by Tandberg Television.
Staff Writers Oct 10 2008, 7:52AM Hardware
Interview: Hitachi says to set up flat TV plant in Europe

Interview: Hitachi says to set up flat TV plant in Europe

Japanese electronics maker Hitachi plans to set up a plant for flat televisions in Europe, and operations are expected to start in January 2007.
Staff Writers Jan 27 2006, 2:58PM Hardware
Nokia, Motorola, Intel form alliance for mobile TV

Nokia, Motorola, Intel form alliance for mobile TV

Mobile phone giant Nokia has teamed up with other technology firms to promote the DVB-H technology standard for mobile TV.
Staff Writers Jan 24 2006, 8:30AM Collaboration
Media, tech companies team up on high-definition TV

Media, tech companies team up on high-definition TV

Several media and electronics companies have said they are developing technology guidelines that could make it easier for people to enjoy high-definition television programming throughout their home-entertainment systems.
Robert MacMillan Dec 15 2005, 9:57AM Software
Analysis: Matsushita bets big on plasma, winning flat TV war

Analysis: Matsushita bets big on plasma, winning flat TV war

Matsushita's new plasma display factory near Osaka, measuring roughly 15 football fields, is a reminder that size matters but is not the only key to success in the flat screen TV business.
Nathan Layne Dec 6 2005, 11:45AM Hardware
Europeans expected to flock to TV over internet

Europeans expected to flock to TV over internet

About 8.7 million Europeans will be watching television over the internet by 2009, or 9.4 percent of a market currently dominated by cable and satellite operators, according to a forecast.
Staff Writers Nov 22 2005, 9:33AM Collaboration
Nokia sees mobile TV networks running by mid-2006

Nokia sees mobile TV networks running by mid-2006

Mobile phone giant Nokia expects mobile TV networks using its chosen standard to be up and running by the middle of next year, allowing people to watch live TV broadcasts on their mobile phones.
Lucas van Nov 3 2005, 9:00AM Hardware
Samsung, Sharp see LCD TV market of 100 mln in 2010

Samsung, Sharp see LCD TV market of 100 mln in 2010

Senior executives from Samsung Electronics and Sharp this week said the global LCD TV market will balloon to 100 million units in 2010 from an estimated 20 million in 2005 as prices continue to fall.
Staff Writers Oct 20 2005, 2:30PM Hardware

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