In the dark hours of this morning, Microsoft introduced the world to a brand new all-in-one PC called the Surface Studio. It looks incredible. Here's how that happened.
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The hour is almost upon us. In the early hours of Thursday morning, the world will — almost certainly — be introduced to Apple's new and improved iPhone 7. What will it look like? What magical feature will it possess? Just how many cameras will it have? Only time will tell. That time, by the way, is 3AM. Set your alarms.
On Tuesday afternoon, communications minister Senator Stephen Conroy and NBNCo CEO Mike Quigley officially launched the 2012-2015 corporate plan for the National Broadband Network at the NBNCo headquarters in North Sydney. We learned that the budget for the project has increased, the delivery deadlines remained on track, and that consumers are favouring the higher available speeds over the cheaper, slower options. Learn all that and more in Gizmodo's liveblog direct from the event.
Samsung's long-awaited Galaxy event kicks off tomorrow at 4am AEST, and we'll be live-blogging the action as it happens. Update: It's just wrapped. Click through to see the details as it happened, or go straight to the hands-on.
Wow that was an early start. Alex and Danny kicked off Gizmodo Australia's meta-liveblog at 4am AEDT to bring you the best coverage coverage from our amazing friends around the web, along with Australian-specific news, availability and pricing. Here's how it all went down. How did your predictions go?
Windows Phone 7 is out and about, so we're going to review as many awesome apps as we can right now, live, updating throughout the day. We're going to start with the essentials.
10am Pacific Time, January 27, 2010 (5am AEDT, January 28). The moment when Steve Jobs (or Phil Schiller) will step onstage and (probably) announce the Apple Tablet is here. Updating live.
The Harry Potter Half-Blood Prince Blu-ray Liveblog starts now.
I'm down at the official launch of the PPC-1 international broadband pipe this morning. Official bits all kick off at 11am, There should be plenty of news, so I'll be trying to liveblog it. In the meantime, you can watch the cable being laid in the ship here, and the cable arriving in Sydney here to get you all excited...
Update: It's starting!
Apollo 11 Mission Commander Neil Armstrong and Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin are now on course to the surface of the Moon, after undocking from Columbia. I'm certainly not the great Walter Cronkite, but I'm liveblogging the historic event here.