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Microsoft's just bought a lot of Lumias. All of them, in fact.

Microsoft’s announced that it’s buying up Nokia’s hardware devices business lock, stock and Lumia for a tidy $7.95 BILLION dollars. That’s a lot of Lumias.

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NBN 101: What you should know

There’s still a solid quantity of misunderstanding, misinformation and vitriol regarding the competing FTTP and FTTN proposals that form part of the current election campaign….

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Are Dick Smith's post-paid plans good value?

Dick Smith (the store chain, not the entrepreneur) has announced that it’s going to start selling a range of post-paid mobile phone plans through its…

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Mini-Godzilla Photo Challenge: Day 8

An egg-cellent pun awaits you.

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Beyond the beat-em-up: video games are good for young people

Research and media attention has usually focused on possible negative impacts of video games. But a clear case to support such links is yet to…

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Review

The Galaxy S4 Active is a phone you can get wet. Seriously wet. Is that all there is to this updated Galaxy S4?

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Flashback XBLA Review

Flashback is one of my favourite games of the 16-bit era, so when Ubisoft announced a remake, I was stupidly keen. Somewhere along the way,…

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Theoretically, you can now get an unlimited data SIM in Australia for $26/month

Yeah, I know, sounds ludicrous, and all that. I can’t vouch for this working (which is to say I haven’t tested it), but it should…

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Mini-Godzilla Photo Challenge: Day 7

In which an important question is posed.

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Sundayitis: Street Fighter: 25 years of Inspiration

Yeah, that’s a good way to make me feel old, Capcom. Then again, this is a particularly fine documentary to watch on a lazy Sunday…

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