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Is Apple iWatch More About A Portable TV Than A Wearable Watch?     Is Apple iWatch More About A Portable TV Than A Wearable Watch?
Retailers in Australia could be selling an Apple iWatch by Xmas, according to analysts, after it was revealed that Apple has sought an application to register ownership of the "iWatch" trademark in Japan. However, some pundits claim the name could also be linked with a wearable TV.

Australians Want To Share Their Email address But Not Their Age?     Australians Want To Share Their Email address But Not Their Age?
Australians are coy about sharing their age to promoters, new research shows. Some 81 percent of Australians are happy to share their e-mail address and 67 per cent their postcode in exchange for special deal offers, according to a new report by Infosys, a US-based $7 billion business and technology consultancy.

Internode Boss Brags About His New Toys After iiNet Sale     Internode Boss Brags About His New Toys After iiNet Sale
After banking the proceeds of iiNet's $105 million cash-and-shares takeover of his Internode ISP operation, Adelaide high-flier (in all senses of the term) Simon Hackett has bought himself a new Swiss toy.

Ikea To Roll Out Augmented Reality Catalogue With 3D In OZ     Ikea To Roll Out Augmented Reality Catalogue With 3D In OZ
A new Ikea home furniture catalogue is set to feature augmented reality and interactive 3D models that allow consumers to see both the back and front of a product.

'God Particle' Breakthrough     'God Particle' Breakthrough
It's a boson - but is it a Higgs? Physicists go wild over find

Apple Move Into Health Care & Baby Monitoring     Apple Move Into Health Care & Baby Monitoring
Apple Australia is looking to expand their range of attach devices for iPad's and iPhone to include baby, monitors, sleep managers and a range of health devices.

Famed Microsoft Blue Screen Of Death Set To Disappear     Famed Microsoft Blue Screen Of Death Set To Disappear
The famed "blue screen of death" often associated with Microsoft computers could become a thing of the past.

Military Eye New Invisible Cloak Breakthrough     Military Eye New Invisible Cloak Breakthrough
Scientists in the United States are celebrating their recent success in masking a 3 dimensional object, with the breakthrough harbouring great military potential.

Call Tech Support: Tech-Savvy Aussies Fake It     Call Tech Support: Tech-Savvy Aussies Fake It
Tech-savvy Aussies bred in the digital age are acting the fool to get out of taking on the family tech support role, according to a study.

Vulnerable: Hard Disk Companies Slash Warranties     Vulnerable: Hard Disk Companies Slash Warranties
Seagate and Western Digital have announced they're slashing the warranties of their consumer-grade hard drives, with Seagate cutting warranty coverage by up to 4 years.

Technology Catches Up With The Humble Football Boot     Technology Catches Up With The Humble Football Boot
Technology is about to embrace the humble Soccer boot after Adidas revealed a new boot that uses an embedded chip to collect and wirelessly transmit information that coaches can use later to adjust a game.

Porn Proving A Problem For Facebook     Porn Proving A Problem For Facebook
Porn and violent images are proving a problem for Facebook after a stream of images started appearing on user newsfeeds.

Beware Dodgy Xmas Lights     Beware Dodgy Xmas Lights
Look out for the lights: consumers should take care when when buying or installing Christmas lights to stay safe during the festive season.

Apple Deals A Blow To OZ Retailers     Apple Deals A Blow To OZ Retailers
Apple's announcement of its iPhone 4S last week has dealt another blow to Visa's plans for an early introduction of near-field communications (NFC) contactless mobile payment applications in Australia by not building the new technology into their Smartphone.

Cisco Sued As Its Tech Led To People Being Tortured     Cisco Sued As Its Tech Led To People Being Tortured
A human rights group is suing tech giant Cisco for tailoring its technology to cater to the needs of an oppresive group who detained and tortured individuals.





LATEST REVIEWS
New LG 65   New LG 65" Ultra High Definition TV, Complete With Pop Down Speakers: REVIEW
LG Australia has finally rolled out their 65" Ultra High Definition TV offering in Australia and what you get is a TV that delivers a quantum leap in TV technology and surprisingly a significantly improved sound system that is delivered from pop down speakers but the big question is whether it is worth $6,999.
Product Rating 4.5

Westfield To Split   Westfield To Split
Shopping giant to separate ANZ, international operation
Product Rating 0

REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones   REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones
If you are one of those people who love technology but struggle to manage the hundreds of apps and the endless capabilities that today's smartphones are capable of delivering then the new Samsung Note 3 is not for you.
Product Rating 5




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