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Displaying items by tag: Radio

Tuesday, 16 March 2010 17:32

Motorola cool on PMR/cellular unification

Telstra and Ericsson may have trialled a system intended to unify two-way radio and cellular communications, but Motorola thinks its adoption could be as much as a decade away.

Wednesday, 14 October 2009 12:11

FM radio coming to iPhone, iPod touch?

FM radio is one feature of the current iPod nano that's missing from Apple's more expensive handheld devices. But there's a suggestion that it will soon arrive for the iPhone and iPod touch.

Published in Core Dump
Monday, 14 September 2009 11:00

Apple (r)evolutionises the iPod nano, again!

Although the new iPod Touch was touted to come with a camera, Apple surprised us all by including a video-only camera (and a host of other cool features) in its new iPod nano instead, pointing towards yet another very iPod-y Christmas and holiday shopping season for Apple and millions of existing and new customers.

Monday, 14 September 2009 08:17

Teardown hints at iPod touch hidden capabilities

A teardown of the new iPod touch reveals some interesting details. But some commentators might be concluding that 2+2=5.

Published in Core Dump
'The medium is the message' said McLuhan, but the response to a Morgan Stanley report on media consumption by teens has focussed more on the messenger than the message.

Published in Core Dump
Radio stations around Australia are putting aside their usual fierce competitiveness and combining in a world first simultaneous outside broadcast to promote digital radio.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 02 June 2009 16:20

Macquarie Hosting deal with SBS

Macquarie Hosting has inked a three-year deal with SBS to host the network’s web portal and mission critical IPTV and online radio applications.

Published in Deals
Years after other countries have introduced digital and even satellite based radio stations, Australia is finally getting on board the digital radio revolution, with major radio broadcaster Austereo first on the radar with the “Radar Radio” digital station.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Well, I almost can’t believe it – finally someone has figured out how to put an AM radio, and not just an FM radio, into a mobile phone, something that I’ve wanted for years. While SE’s “R306” does the job with a couple of nifty enhancements, it’s a pity the R306 is a basic, low-end 2G model rather than the latest 8 megapixel 3.5G Cybershot, but this also means it’s cheap, cheerful and does the job.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
People pulling around rickshaws in India could one day be a thing of the past – replaced instead with solar-powered motorised bicycle-drawn rickshaws known as the “Soleckshaw”.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 11 September 2008 14:24

Banned: The Vodafone advert just too fast for radio

Let me repeat that, a little slower. A radio advert for a Vodafone mobile phone contract deal has been banned in the UK because the actress speaks too quickly.

Published in Technology Regulation
A new survey from Radio Joint Audience Research (RAJAR) reveals that 79 percent of people listen to Podcasts on desktop or laptop computers, compared to just 66 percent who use an iPod or other MP3 player. It seems that the average Podcast user subscribes to 3.6 Podcasts, spends an hour every week listening to them, and prefers comedy and music to all other genres. Interestingly, 53 percent of those asked would not mind advertising in their Podcasts as long as they didn't have to pay for the privilege.

Published in Networking
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