Coming to Australia soon is Samsung's enterprise enhanced business smartphone, with Microsoft Teams "walkie-talkie" capability, a rugged design, programmable buttons, IP68-rating, removable battery and more.
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has invited tenders for a new system to replace its existing Magnus and Galaxy supercomputers. Worth $70 million, the new machines will be funded by an Australian Government grant.
With top of the line smartphones costing anywhere from $1500 to $2500 and beyond, and with smartphones lasting longer than ever thanks to OS and security updates, safely buying second hand via the security of a refurbished model can be a totally smart saving.
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