Apple has replaced the iPhone 5 with not one but two new iPhones including the all-new and cheaper iPhone 5C in a range of five colours.

The iPhone 5C will go on sale on September 20 – the same day as the […]

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Apple’s new iPhone 5S – which has a fingerprint touch ID sensor and an even faster processor – will be go on sale in Australia on September 20.

Announced by Apple CEO Tim Cook at a special media event at the company’s Cupertino headquarters near San Francisco, the iPhone 5S might look like the previous […]

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Mobile phone maker Nokia is seeking a US patent for tattoos that vibrate to let people know when they have calls on their mobile phones.

Technology laid out in a patent application available online on Wednesday in the US would enable tattoos to receive magnetic waves emitted by mobile phones.

Waves would trigger tattoos to […]

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Telstra is from today selling the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, Australia’s first 4G tablet, which it says allows users to surf the mobile web up to five times faster than on other models.

It comes as Australians flock to tablet devices, with analyst firm Telsyte estimating that 1.4 million tablets were […]

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How Facebook uses your data

On February 7, 2012 By

Last week, Facebook filed documents with the government that will allow it to sell shares of stock to the public. It is estimated to be worth at least $75 billion. But unlike other big-ticket corporations, it doesn’t have an inventory of widgets or gadgets, cars or phones. Facebook’s inventory consists of personal data – yours and mine.


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Apple released OS X 10.7.3 Lion yesterday, the third such minor update to the operating system since it was launched last July.

The update, which went out to Lion users earlier this afternoon, includes an update to Safari, bringing the built-in browser up to version 5.1.3. System-wide, the update […]

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