Earlier this week, Samsung had their launch event for the Galaxy Note 4; in which we found out, if you didn’t know already, the Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge and Gear VR are all coming to Australia before Christmas.
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Just in case you’re feeling a little nostalgic about Sydney’s late monorail. Back in 2001,…
Ever since (and even before) the launch of Windows 8 late last year, Microsoft has been aggressively pushing their own ‘tablet’ computer, the Microsoft Surface, with the usual advantages of long battery life, a lightweight removable keyboard ‘for real work’, and it runs ‘Windows’. Heck, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that Microsoft isn’t the only one making tablet hardware with Windows on it.
The Passbook train continues to move forwards in Australia, with more companies climbing aboard, adding to the list of those already offering support for Passbook.
Late last year, the Queensland University of Technology (or, QUT) quietly added support for viewing your QUT Printing Service (QPS) balance via Passbook, meaning that your (live and up to date) balance is only a pull to refresh away, wherever you are, without needing to use a username and password.
Come here and you’re curious as to how these work without a jailbreak? Or are interested in an overview of making your own, then read this post about carrier bundles.
After Apple released iOS 6.1 earlier this week, it was time to update the carrier bundles yet again!