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Brand Table Speeds Up Fast Food Service Via NFC Technology

Near Field Communication (NFC) technology has been talked about for a while now. However, no one has truly shown what they can do with this new technology. Just recently, ...
by Matthew SabatiniOctober 24, 2011

Next Kogan Android phone to feature 3.8-inch display?

One of the guys at Gizmodo Australia managed to bump into Ruslan Kogan at an event down under and squeezed him for some information, as well as some time with a prototype of the ...
by Michael OrylFebruary 24, 2009184

HTC Dream coming to Singapore and Australia

T-Mobile G1 / HTC Dream Earlier today HTC announced that the HTC Dream, the device known as the T-Mobile G1 in many parts of the world, would soon be ...
by Michael OrylFebruary 5, 2009235

Ruslan Kogan: Agora is delayed “indefinitely”

Kogan Agora - R.I.P. Ruslan Kogan, the man behind the Kogan Agora and Agora Pro Android smartphones, posted on the official Kogan blog about the new ...
by Michael OrylJanuary 19, 20091486

Huawei promising Android smartphone during Q3 2009

Chinese manufacturer Huawei is promising carriers that its Google Android powered smartphone will be ready for sale in the third quarter of 2009.  A company spokesperson told the ...
by Michael OrylDecember 19, 20086

Kogan to release US$200 Android phone in Australia on Jan 29!

Australian online electronics retailer Kogan is now taking pre-orders for the “Agora” Andorid phone due to be released on January 29. It’s a bit later than ...
by Hamish RobertsonDecember 4, 2008164

Ballmer mocks Android in Australia: “blah-di-blah-di-blah”

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has publicly mocked Android at the Telstra Investor’s Day Conference in Sydney, displaying absolutely no understanding of Android or it’s open ...
by Hamish RobertsonNovember 7, 2008181

Android heading down under thanks to Kogan

Looks like Android is heading down under. Young Aussie entrepreneur Ruslan Kogan from Kogan Technologies has announced plans to launch an Android Phone in Australia for AU$199 (about ...
by Hamish RobertsonNovember 5, 2008163

Google to demo Android at Mobile Content World in Sydney

Nicholas Heller of GoogleComputerworld Australia is reporting that Google’s Nicholas Heller will be presenting a keynote at the Mobile Content World event in Sydney on ...
by Darcy LaCouveeMay 26, 2008160
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