Interview

What are Video games consoles doing at school?

What are Video games consoles doing at school?

Over the past few years computers and tablet devices have become essential tools for education but what about video games consoles? With the launch of Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes earlier this year I spoke with Edu-tech expert Dan Donahoo.   He talks about his Infinity Learning program that uses the popular Disney Infinity video game to help teach primary school[Read More…]

Shop Small Month – turning to technology to survive

Shop Small Month – turning to technology to survive

Small business can play a big part in both our local community and the nation’s economy but what’s the key to survival? Research from American Express suggests that those who adopt technology have a better chance in standing out from the crowd and growing their business.   This week I spoke with Brian Walker from The Retail Doctor about the[Read More…]

Technology decides if we Live to work or Work to Live

Technology decides if we Live to work or Work to Live

In the future will you live to work…or work to Live?  It could all come down to how businesses employ new technology to manage a mobile, virtual and  multi-generational workforce. Workforce management company Kronos has just released a white paper on this topic which identifies ways that new technology and workforce management solutions can assist businesses deal with the changes ahead.[Read More…]

PS4 – Fastest selling home video games console in Australian history

PS4 – Fastest selling home video games console in Australian history

Sony’s Playstation 4 is now the faster selling home video games console in Australian history…and according to data from NPD Group Australia, is currently the top selling ‘nex-gen’ console in the country. As Sony Computer Entertainment moves towards 2015 the Playstation brand will also celebrate it’s 20th year in Australia…along with SCE’s managing director Micael Ephraim (Pictured left).   Earlier[Read More…]

Twitter Abuse rampant in Australia

Twitter Abuse rampant in Australia

With over 271 million active users and 500 million tweets sent every day TWITTER has become more than just a massively popular social network…it’s also a highly abused tool for spammers and other malicious web users. A new report from Internet security company Trend Micro highlights this and in the process has revealed that Australia was in the top lists[Read More…]