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Good Deal: Get the Nexus 6 32GB for $788

Good Deal: Get the Nexus 6 32GB for $788

3:42 pm on February 22, 2015 in Bargains, News
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Did you think that the Google Motorola Nexus 6 was a little bit pricy? Well Harvey Norman has got a deal for you! Get the Nexus 6 32GB (Midnight Blue) right now for $100 less than recommended retail at $788. Have a look at our Nexus 6 Review article if you’d like to brush up on your Nexus Knowledge and make[Read More…]

Ingress agents jailed while gathering for Anomaly event in Egypt

Ingress agents jailed while gathering for Anomaly event in Egypt

12:20 pm on February 22, 2015 in News
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Reports from Ingress players this morning indicate that a number of players gathering for an Anomaly event in Alexandria Egypt were detained by local authorities. The players in question have since been released, but the event raises questions over the way Google-owned Niantic Labs runs their public events. While information is sketchy at best, it appears that 14 players spent[Read More…]

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Facebook will rollout an update allows you to add stickers to photos

Facebook will rollout an update allows you to add stickers to photos

9:14 am on February 22, 2015 in Apps and Games, News
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Facebook will be pushing out an update which will allow users to add stickers to already uploaded photos along with a few other stable improvements to the very popular social networking app. The update which is slowly rolling out to users in various countries brings what was already available to users through the Messenger app and within the comments section.[Read More…]

Google mobile search now highlights the freshest & newest news stories

Google mobile search now highlights the freshest & newest news stories

9:13 am on February 22, 2015 in Apps and Games, News

Google has made a few changes to the way its mobile search function works with an update that now brings you the latest, freshest and newest news stories around the web when you use the updated search function. The “freshest and most relevant content” will even work for individual websites, for example, looking up Ausdroid in the updated Google search[Read More…]

HTC One M9 details and images appear on Cyberport listings

HTC One M9 details and images appear on Cyberport listings

9:11 am on February 22, 2015 in News, Phones, Rumours
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We’ve seen leaks about the HTC One M9 for weeks, if not months, and it feels like there’s not much left to find out about the rumoured device scheduled for an MWC 2015 launch in a week or so. German retailer Cyberport has posted details of the HTC One M9 including a number of renders which appear to confirm much[Read More…]

Google preparing changes for Wallet to see it better compete with Apple Pay

Google preparing changes for Wallet to see it better compete with Apple Pay

9:01 am on February 22, 2015 in Google Play and Services, News, NFC
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Google Wallet has been kind of useless for Google outside of select markets; while it has facilitated the early days of mobile payments via NFC, it really hasn’t taken off in the way it could (and perhaps should have done). Apple, meanwhile, has launched Apple Pay and though it’s not in Australia yet either, it’s certainly looking pretty promising. A[Read More…]

Samsung teases for The Next Galaxy continue

Samsung teases for The Next Galaxy continue

10:32 am on February 21, 2015 in News, Phones

March 1st will be a big day, with HTC, Sony, Huawei and of course Samsung all apparently announcing new phones at MWC. While teasers from other manufacturers are coming, Samsung is of course leading the charge and today it seems they’re talking about construction, specifically what The Next Galaxy, will be constructed of. The latest tweets, which includes the title[Read More…]

Motorola has something planned for this Wednesday

Motorola has something planned for this Wednesday

10:21 am on February 21, 2015 in News
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Motorola is doing something this week involving a box. A cryptic announcement has been sent to selected news sites, advising that an announcement will be made this coming week, with a box being delivered to the sites. The invite advises that the box will arrive on Wednesday (Feb 25th), and is strangely timed given that MWC kicks off in just[Read More…]

You can now toggle Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and your Flashlight using voice commands in Lollipop

You can now toggle Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and your Flashlight using voice commands in Lollipop

10:09 am on February 21, 2015 in Google Play and Services
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‘Ok Google’ voice commands are a little bit more interesting for Lollipop users this morning, with the discovery that you can now toggle Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and your Flashlight with a simple command. Simply using the ‘Ok Google’ command followed by the appropriate command brings up a floating Google Now card with the toggle switch for the setting, as well as[Read More…]

Samsung shows off the power of the Gear VR by taking people diving in the outback

Samsung shows off the power of the Gear VR by taking people diving in the outback

4:21 pm on February 20, 2015 in Accessories, News
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Samsung’s recent Australian release of the Gear VR, has led to the creation of a new Australian produced video for the headset called ‘The Dive’. The brainchild of media agency Leo Burnett Sydney, The Dive was created in partnership with renowned surf director Taylor Steel. The Dive takes viewers on a first hand free diving experience, shot underwater in the[Read More…]

HTC teasing the M9 on Twitter, as benchmarks break on CompuBench

HTC teasing the M9 on Twitter, as benchmarks break on CompuBench

2:48 pm on February 20, 2015 in News, Phones, Rumours
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HTC’s press event at MWC 2015 is just two weeks away, and while rumours of the HTC One M9 are fairly consistent, an emerging likelihood is that HTC will be announcing two phones, not just one — the HTC One M9 that we know about, and the HTC One M9 Plus. HTC have been talking about this on Twitter already:[Read More…]

Google set to launch special YouTube app just for kids next week

Google set to launch special YouTube app just for kids next week

2:36 pm on February 20, 2015 in Apps and Games, Google Play and Services, News

According to reports in the US, Google is about to take the wraps of a specially-designed YouTube app just for kids come Monday 23 February, which is unsurprisingly to be called ‘YouTube Kids”. This follows on from news from December last year in which it was reported Google was working on precisely projects like this. USA Today reports: A demo[Read More…]

LG partners with Telstra to give away an LG cricket promotional pack

LG partners with Telstra to give away an LG cricket promotional pack

11:15 am on February 20, 2015 in Carriers, News, Phones
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As a major sponsor of the current ICC Cricket World Cup, LG is leveraging the association and has partnered up with Telstra to offer the chance to win a cricket promo prize pack to people purchasing an LG G3 handset. The prize pack includes a 70″ LG TV powered by WebOS, a personally signed Dave Warner ‘Kaboom’ cricket bat, LG[Read More…]

Google’s Inbox to roll out to Apps customers ‘imminently’

Google’s Inbox to roll out to Apps customers ‘imminently’

10:59 am on February 20, 2015 in Apps and Games, Google Play and Services
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It appears that this mornings announcement that Google is making Inbox more accessible is happening in more ways than those announced on their blog, with Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai today tweeting that Inbox will be rolling out to Apps customers ‘imminently’. @inboxbygmail coming to more places http://t.co/6FGMwAA4Qx rolling out to apps customers imminently — sundarpichai (@sundarpichai) February 19, 2015[Read More…]

SIM security breached after security operatives from the UK and USA stole encryption keys from Gemalto

SIM security breached after security operatives from the UK and USA stole encryption keys from Gemalto

10:43 am on February 20, 2015 in Carriers
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An announcement from Edward Snowden overnight has thrown light on a terrifying new development in the surveillance of private citizens by governments in the UK and US. According to a new report from The Intercept, government operatives from the USA’s National Security Agency (NSA) and the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) hacked into the network of SIM manufacturer Gemalto and[Read More…]