Garry Barker 11:45 PM Entrepreneurs are born, not made. Looking around the world of technology, it’s clear that to succeed one has to be more than a bit different.
Garry Barker In the past 12 months or so Apple has made 30 acquisitions. Expect to see much more as the environment is built and expanded.
Garry Barker The Whole Pantry app came out of 25-year-old Belle Gibson’s determination to not be crushed by her cancer and to find a way to help people like herself who needed support – with their health and their whole lives.
Garry Barker The sum of Apple's latest developments is much greater than its parts.
Garry Barker An Australian developed recipe-sharing app is clicking in kitchens around the world.
Garry Barker Everyone expected an iPhone 6 or an iWatch last week, but what we got was vastly more important to the development of consumer computing and always-on connectivity.
Garry Barker, Mac Man This app will stream high-quality stereo sound into your hearing aids from the music library of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Garry Barker Effective student assesment goes beyond big-box testing, and a couple of apps developers have built a tool to help.
Garry Barker I have always admired Phileas Fogg, that fictional chap created in 1873 who won a wager of £20,000 by toddling around the world in 80 days.
Garry Barker Over the past three or four decades, computational power has increased enormously and the cost of it has dropped dramatically.
Garry Barker iBeacon could dash the hopes of NFC to be the master of mobile payments.
Garry Barker Old scams never die, they just come back to haunt and, if you are unwary, seize your identity.
Garry Barker Apple's greatest inspiration, maybe even greater than the iPad, could be iTunes.
Garry Barker In 1986, the Mac Plus cost $US2600, yet people bought them and revelled in what they could do with them.
Garry Barker Long-range conversations on the back of advancing technology are now well beyond plain text.
Garry Barker Updating to a new device generally requires moving data from the old machine to the new.
Garry Barker As Christmas looms, why not pick up some apps to use as digital stocking-filler?
Garry Barker As iPads continue their invasion, desktop PC sales are assuming the trajectory of a brick.
Garry Barker Ten days into my marriage with the iPad Air, the euphoria of the honeymoon remains.