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  • Tech Time Machine: 24 March

    Tech Time Machine: 24 March

    March 24 is a bit of an emotional roller-coaster. On the upside there's the discovery of the TB bacterium and live images of a probe crashing into the Moon.

  • Travel Tech Q&A: NetSuite's Mark Troselj

    Travel Tech Q&A: NetSuite's Mark Troselj

    Mark Troselj, an ex-miner and rugby player, has been NetSuite's managing director for APAC since 2010. He takes some time out with us to share his tips for travelling every month, and his story of how he unintentionally frightened the citizens of Shanghai.

  • Tech Time Machine: 23 March

    Tech Time Machine: 23 March

    Dreaming the impossible dream is part of what makes us human. So, it's a good thing that Elisha Otis came up with a way of making elevators safe.

  • Tech Time Machine: 22 March

    Tech Time Machine: 22 March

    Can mankind survive a journey to Mars? And what do you do when the name of your best-selling product can't be trademarked? These important questions were answered on this day in history.

  • Finnair trials headset to combat jet lag

    Finnair trials headset to combat jet lag

    Finnair is currently trialling a headset that may help passengers combat jet lag.

  • All aboard for Mars, just US$500,000 a ticket

    All aboard for Mars, just US$500,000 a ticket

    Not long ago, word leaked of a aeroplane that could take anyone with an extra US$150 million on a trip around the moon. So SpaceX founder Elon Musk's assertion today that he hopes to be able to take people on a round trip to Mars for US$500,000 signals a much better deal.

  • Supersonic travel the way of the future?

    Supersonic travel the way of the future?

    Could financially viable supersonic travel have a commercial future?

  • Tech Time Machine: 20 March

    Tech Time Machine: 20 March

    Today is the birthday of the Australian who gave us the flight data recorder or, as it's more rather erroneously referred to as, the black box.

  • Tech Time Machine: 18 March

    Tech Time Machine: 18 March

    They've largely been superceded by ATMs and credit cards, but the traveller's cheque was once an integral part of the holiday experience.

  • Travel Tech Q&A: SonicWall's Sandeep Joshi

    Travel Tech Q&A: SonicWall's Sandeep Joshi

    Sandeep Joshi is on the road so often that when ZDNet Australia asked him where he was based, he joked he practically lived in the Qantas lounge. Today, the Australia and New Zealand country manager for SonicWALL shares his travel experiences with us.

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