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Report: Surface tablet may be "available to ALL Australian Microsoft resellers"

 Surface tablet may be "available to ALL Australian Microsoft resellers"According to a ZDNet report, Microsoft is planning a trial program under which the company's Surface tablet will be "available to ALL Australian Microsoft resellers."

Google bringing back ‘Multiple Destination’ feature to Maps

Google bringing back ‘Multiple Destination’ feature to MapsAccording to an October 9 post on the Google Lat Long Blog, Google is set to reintroduce a much-requested and extremely useful Maps feature --- the `Multiple Destination' feature, which enables the users to create a map with multiple destinations.

Fitbit unveils its new ‘Fitbit Force’ fitness gadget

Fitbit unveils its new ‘Fitbit Force’ fitness gadgetFitbit introduced its latest fitness gadget -  the `Fitbit Force' wristband - on Thursday. The unveiling of the Fitbit Force wristband marks the addition of the fourth wireless activity and sleep wristband in the Fitbit lineup.

Leap Motion controller officially launched in Australia; exclusively available at Dick Smith stores

Leap Motion controller officially launched in Australia; exclusively available at Dick Smith storesThe Leap Motion controller - a 3D gesture control device - has officially been launched in Australia; and is being sold exclusively by 270 Dick Smith stores across the country. The cost of the device from Dick Smith brick-and-mortar stores and its website is $130.

AWS adds Glacier and Redshift to the range of services available from its Sydney region

AWS adds Glacier and Redshift to the range of services available from its Sydney regionThe range of services available from Amazon Web Services' (AWS) Sydney region has recently been expanded with the addition of Glacier and Redshift. While Glacier is the AWS' ultra low-cost archival storage service, Redshift is its fully managed data warehouse in the cloud.

CSIRO’s new Smart Vision technology helps people select the right ‘specs’

 CSIRO’s new Smart Vision technology helps people select the right ‘specs’Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has recently revealed that it has developed a new `Smart Vision' system which will help people select `specs' which suit them the most.

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