Intel will hold a press conference in Sydney to explain how its Ultrabook technology will impact on consumers, ahead of the first Ultrabook commercial release in Australia.
Commonwealth Bank took the wraps off its swanky new facilities in Sydney today, where all 6,200 staff are being provided with MacBook Airs (albeit running Windows), DECT VoIP headsets, and a licence to roam at will through the two wirelessly networked towers located at the Eastern edge of Darling Harbour. CIO Michael Harte hopes the funky new offices will allow Commbank to give Google a run for its money in terms of acting as a talent magnet.
There is not much that can be said about Apple and Steve Jobs that has not already been said. Jobs is Apple; no, Apple, with its superlative developers, is much more than Jobs; Jobs is merely human and just a good salesman. The reality is, however, Apple and Jobs are inseparable because Apple is Steve Job's dream. And that's why it will not survive after he goes.
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