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  • Google admits failure to delete personal Street View data

    Google admits failure to delete personal Street View data

    Google has admitted to UK authorities that almost two years on, it has failed to delete all personal data from Street View mapping.

  • Google Maps gets Sydney public transport

    Google Maps gets Sydney public transport

    Navigating the mean streets of Sydney just got a bit easier with the inclusion of Sydney's public transport in Google Maps. 1

  • Nokia: basically the world's largest maps company

    Nokia: basically the world's largest maps company

    Never mind Google's offline maps and Apple's expected developments. Nokia wants to remind you that it's still the location king. 2

  • Travel Tech Q&A: Adobe's Paul Robson

    Travel Tech Q&A: Adobe's Paul Robson

    Adobe's managing director for Australia and New Zealand Paul Robson shares his travel experiences with tech on the road, and his desire for holographic 3D video conferences.

  • Travel Tech Q&A: Skyscanner's Ewan Gray

    Travel Tech Q&A: Skyscanner's Ewan Gray

    Ewan Gray, Skyscanner's director for Asia Pacific, shares some of his experiences while on the road and a possible solution to get his wife to accept letting him take one specific piece of tech on his trips.

  • Travel Tech Q&A: Gartner's Warren Anderson

    Travel Tech Q&A: Gartner's Warren Anderson

    Gartner group vice president of Asia Pacific Warren Anderson is not only active in the IT industry in Australia, but also competes internationally in triathlons, so he needs to travel, and often. Here are his travel tips.

  • More SmartGate terminals coming

    More SmartGate terminals coming

    The SmartGate automated entry system, deployed at Australian ports, will receive funding to deploy more terminals over the next two years.

  • Virgin enters in-flight tablet test phase

    Virgin enters in-flight tablet test phase

    Virgin Australia is kicking off the first phase of its new in-flight entertainment program this week, which sees the airline deploying the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 into selected business-class cabins. 1

  • Travel Tech Q&A: Hotels.com's Johan Svanstrom

    Travel Tech Q&A: Hotels.com's Johan Svanstrom

    Johan Svanstrom, vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific, for Hotels.com, dislikes waiting in long lines, and has devised a way around it at airports. Read this week's Travel Tech Q&A to find out Svanstrom's sneaky tip.

  • Mobile phone caused midair mishap

    Mobile phone caused midair mishap

    An investigation into a Jetstar pilot who missed a landing at Singapore Airport has revealed that he did so because he was distracted by his mobile phone at the time. 1

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