The Sydney Opera House made a mockery of the launch of the Digital Sydney initiative on Monday night, suffering what one organiser described as a technical meltdown, and leaving the NSW Deputy Premier and assembled throng cooling their heels in a queue for over half an hour. On a night that was supposed to celebrate Sydney's technical prowess, there was a distinctly analogue flavour.
Apple’s iPad 2 has gone in sale in 25 more countries, with queues reported in Sydney, Canada and the UK outside Apple Stores and some authorised resellers, but in Hong Kong you can buy one now, no waiting – at more than twice the price!
I may have set a new world record in travel according to google location history - I've noted that on Wed, 18th March 2014 I was in Sydney at 5:28pm, then in Sale Morocco at 6:06pm, then back in Sydney at 6:08pm. At this rate, I have travelled (according to google) 11,169 miles each way in about half an hour.
Biologist and former Catholic priest Francisco J. Ayala has been honored with the Templeton Prize for his work in affirming spirituality. Ayala believes that God created the world and evolution took over afterwards.
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Featured | Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Fuzzy LogicNews reports saying Telstra’s 3G/Next G network in the Melbourne CBD is slow has frustrated many who have taken to popular telco forum Whirlpool to complain, but as was reported about Sydney in the past, Telstra Sydney CBD network suffers under the load of all its users, and is slow at times, too.