Never a company to be outdone by its competitors, Apple is believed to be deep into development for the next edition of the iPad—the Apple iPad 2. Of course, the notoriously enigmatic technology giant hasn’t acknowledged that it’s working on the follow-up to one its most successful products, but hasn’t denied it either.
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Still high from the fumes of its last gas discovery, US energy giant Chevron revealed Wednesday that it’s made a further drilling success in Western Australia’s Carnarvon Basin.
Rio Tinto’s quest for world domination in the mining industry continues with its latest US$1.2 billion investments in mining projects in Canada and Australia.
Greg Hywood has been promoted to chief executive officer and managing director of Fairfax Media, the publisher behind The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Canberra Times. Hywood, who has been acting as the interim CEO since Brian McCarthy stepped down in early December, will be the company’s fourth CEO in six years.
Did we really think that Google would let Apple corner the tablet market for much longer? Of course not, but Google’s answer to the tablet operating system finally became a reality Thursday in the US with the unveiling of the Android Honeycomb OS.
When you go to reach for your favorite bottle of wine from Hardys, Houghton, Banrock Station, Berri, Stanley or Omni, you should find that the flavors you enjoy is still the same. However, those brands have changed hands and have a new owner now.
Australian media mogul Rupert Murdoch, who has long defended the traditional newspaper format, has finally conceded. Yes, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of News Corporation stepped into new territory by unveiling the first daily newspaper for the iPad...
Known for his generosity and business savvy, Queensland billionaire Clive Palmer is currently making headlines for a potential go at a $3 billion IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange for his mining company, Resourcehouse.
In the battle for operating system domination, Google’s Android is ruling the world in terms of being the leading platform. It took ten years for a new OS to triumph over the Nokia Symbian OS, but Android has emerged as the system to beat.