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  • High-speed rail from Sydney to Brisbane

    High-speed rail from Sydney to Brisbane

    A train trip from Sydney to Brisbane could take as little as three hours on a 350km/h high-speed rail link, a federal government study has said. 5

  • Google Voice calls Australia

    Google Voice calls Australia

    Google has finally launched some of its Voice features in Australia — although North American customers still get the cream of the service's crop. 4

  • Virgin Aus: no plans for in-flight 3G, iPads

    Virgin Aus: no plans for in-flight 3G, iPads

    Virgin Australia has burst the bubble of those hoping for in-flight iPads and 3G access, telling ZDNet Australia that it has no plans in the near future to deploy such technology to its passengers.

  • Commuters want Wi-Fi, contactless: survey

    Commuters want Wi-Fi, contactless: survey

    A survey of 8000 Australian commuters has revealed a high demand for Wi-Fi and contactless ticketing options when using public transport in major cities around the country. 7

  • Travel Tech Q&A: Mr & Mrs Smith's Simon Westcott

    Travel Tech Q&A: Mr & Mrs Smith's Simon Westcott

    A laptop, iPad and iPhone filled with apps makes travelling just that little bit more enjoyable for Simon Westcott, Mr & Mrs Smith's managing director for Asia Pacific. The unfazed MD also shared his memorable experiences in London and Lebanon.

  • Singapore Airlines says sorry for dodgy site

    Singapore Airlines says sorry for dodgy site

    The CEO of Singapore Airlines, Goh Choon Phong, has issued a signed letter to customers apologising for the company's troubled website overhaul last month.

  • Travel Tech Q&A: Fossick's Genevieve Atkinson

    Travel Tech Q&A: Fossick's Genevieve Atkinson

    Having visited 56 countries, founder of Fossick.com, Genevieve Atkinson, is no stranger to jet lag. She tells us what tech she travels with and how she passes time when stuck at an airport, amongst other things.

  • Travel Tech Q&A: Wimdu's Gregory Green

    Travel Tech Q&A: Wimdu's Gregory Green

    Wimdu's Australian CEO Gregory Green tells us about his scare at a Turkish border, some sage advice about travelling and what tech he would love to see on-board planes.

  • Travel Tech Q&A: Qantas Frequent Flyer execs

    Travel Tech Q&A: Qantas Frequent Flyer execs

    What happens when you accidentally swap laptops with someone going through airport security, and then traipse off to another country? Simon Hickey CEO of Qantas Frequent Flyer and David Glover head of Loyalty IT share with us the best and worst things about travelling internationally.

  • Travel Tech Q&A: iiNet's Steve Dalby

    Travel Tech Q&A: iiNet's Steve Dalby

    As the chief regulatory officer for the nation's number two DSL provider, Steve Dalby is always on the move. We chat to him about his favourite travel tech after a recent visit to Cape Town in South Africa.

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