Episode 237

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GLENN’S NOTEBOOK Cab conversations to be caught on camera All conversations held in Queensland taxis would be recorded under proposed State Government changes to the operation of taxi security cameras. Transport Minister Anastasia Palaszczuk emphasised that the idea was only … Read More

Episode 236

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GLENN’S NOTEBOOK Nine months after iPhone 4 launch, white model released Today Apple announced that the white model of the iPhone 4 is available, ending nine months of speculationIt is thought that early builds of the white model allowed light … Read More

Episode 235

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GLENN’S SHOWNOTES ABC2 rebrands Kids programming The ABC has launched a new logo for its kids programming on ABC2.Previously known as ‘ABC For Kids on 2’ it is to be simply known as ‘ABC 4 Kids.’From May 2nd the broadcaster … Read More

Episode 234

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Glenn | Eric | Will GLENN’S NOTEBOOK iSteve, an authorised biography of Steve Jobs, will be published in 2012http://www.theaustralian.com.au/australian-it/isteve-an-authorised-biography-about-steve-jobs-will-be-published-in-2012/story-e6frgakx-1226037352541 Publisher Simon & Schuster has announced that biographer Walter Isaacson’s book “iSteve” will be published in early 2012. Many Jobs biographies … Read More

Episode 233

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Nostalgia rebooted: Commodore 64 goes on sale again The new Commodore 64x – as sold by Commodore USA, a fan startup company which formed last year and acquired the licensing rights to the Commodore and AMIGA brands – is a … Read More

Episode 232

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GLENN’S NOTEBOOK Mozilla releases Firefox 4 for Android Synchronises desktop to mobile.Open source outfit Mozilla on Tuesday released its Firefox 4 browser for Android just a week after the browser’s desktop release. A new feature Firefox Synch allows users to … Read More

Episode 231

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GLENN’S NOTEBOOK Australians buy 1 million mobile phones monthly: IDC | The AustralianAustralians buy 1 million mobile phones monthly: IDC This means just over 34,000 mobile phones were sold every day in 2010.In coming months Google Android will unseat Nokia’s … Read More

Episode 230

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GLENN’S NOTEBOOK Ubisoft pirates own soundtrack | bit-gamer.netUbisoft pirates own soundtrack The accusation revolves around the soundtrack for the Digital Deluxe Collector’s Edition of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, the meta-data of which reveal it to be a torrented version which was encoded … Read More

Episode 229

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GLENN’S SHOWNOTES First major Starcraft II tournament launched in Australia: Qualifying open to anyone First major Starcraft II tournament launched in Australia: Qualifying open to anyone Registrations have opened for the first major Starcraft II tournament to be held in … Read More

Episode 228

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GLENN’S SHOWNOTES Net pirate ruling may force ISPs to cut off cheats http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/net-pirate-ruling-may-force-isps-to-cut-off-cheats-20110301-1bcr4.html Australian households now face the very real possibility of having their ISP disconnect or suspend them from the internet if they pirate films or music online.And with … Read More

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