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Daniel James: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013
Daniel shares two technologies particularly useful in 2013 - one for using taxis, the other for organising his diary. Click to see what they are.
Dec 2 2013, 10:50AM
Krishan Sharma: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013
There are two pieces of technology that Krishan found particularly useful in 2013 and they both relate to storage. Click to see what they are.
Nov 28 2013, 11:02AM
Microsoft Office 2013 will be getting its first big update
If you're considering switching to Microsoft Office 2013, you might be interested to know that the software will be getting its first big update when Service Pack 1 arrives "early next year".
Nov 26 2013, 7:06PM
The Nexus 7 (2013) reviewed: improves on the original in every way
The new Nexus 7 is an extraordinary tablet that improves on the original in every way, once again showing rivals how it’s done. Read the review.
Oct 31 2013, 12:20PM
How to use Microsoft OneNote to organise your minutes, memos and more
You might already have OneNote, but you might have never used it. Here's how to use it to organise your minutes, memos and more.
Jun 18 2013, 11:51AM
How is the new Mac Pro different to an iMac?
The new Mac Pro is a striking machine and under the hood it is different in many ways to an ordinary iMac. Look at these photos to see how.
Jun 11 2013, 3:51PM
Have you seen these gadgets? Look what we spotted at the big CeBIT expo in Sydney
Don’t miss part two of our photo gallery of the most interesting, clever and sometimes fascinating technology at CeBIT in Sydney's Darling Harbour.
May 31 2013, 11:12AM
The biggest tech show in Australia: the photos!
From waterproof phones to high-tech door locks and incredibly useful software, see what we spotted at this week's CeBIT expo in Sydney's Darling Harbour.
May 28 2013, 3:58PM
Apple 2013 iMac 27-inch reviewed: the best all-in-one computer you can buy
Apple’s top-end 27 inch iMac reasserts its position as the best all-in-one. Read the review.
May 24 2013, 1:13PM
Federal Budget 2013: So what are you going to be required to pay?
Opinion: Want a handy summary of the 2013 federal budget? Here is one by Newcastle accountants Growthwise.
May 15 2013, 11:52AM
From $499 to $2,199: meet Toshiba's new 2013 laptops
Starting at $499, here is a handy gallery of Toshiba's latest laptops, including the Satellite C, P, S and L Series and the Portege Z10t.
May 8 2013, 3:30PM
Registration now open for NAB National Small Business Summit
With a federal election looming and Queensland Premier Campbell Newman to give the opening address, the pieces are in place for an interesting event.
Apr 30 2013, 3:59PM
CeBIT Australia is coming up, but is it worth going if you run a small business?
It's pitched as the "largest annual business exhibition" in Australia. But is it for you?
Apr 29 2013, 1:17PM
Quick tip: how to create a PowerPoint show with audio
Want a snazzy slideshow or show-reel you can play at a seminar or sales event while the audience files into the room or breaks for lunch? Here's a quick tip using PowerPoint 2013.
Apr 24 2013, 9:45PM
QuickBooks: It's now called Reckon Accounts 2013
Use QuickBooks? Click here to see what the new announcement about Reckon Accounts means for you.
Apr 2 2013, 11:46AM
Reminder: Entries for Telstra Australian Business Awards close April 4
One of the biggest awards ceremony of its kind, the Telstra Australian Business Awards, will be closing on April 4. The combined prize pool totals $500,000.
Mar 21 2013, 12:47PM
Known bugs in Office 2013
There are a few known bugs in Office 2013 that may trip you up. Here are a couple.
Mar 19 2013, 12:06PM
Free ticket to the CeBIT business IT exhibition in Australia
Billed as the biggest business technology event in Australia, CeBIT is currently offering free exhibition entry tickets online.
Mar 13 2013, 1:41PM
From superannuation to paid parental leave: where the 2013 NAB Small Business Summit might help you
When was the last time you took a day out of your normal schedule to do some important thinking about the future of your business?
Mar 13 2013, 12:27PM
Apple iMac 21.5-inch reviewed: the best iMac so far
An attractive new design and a host of small improvements combine to make the new Apple iMac 21.5-inch a stunning all-in-one computer. Read the review.
Mar 11 2013, 6:43PM
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