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Epson beats Google Glass to Australia with Moverio

Epson’s announced local availability of its Moverio Glasses in Australia, beating Google to the punch — although it’s not hard to think that Google might…

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Lunchtime Reading: NintenDisney, Wearable Tech Law, ET Dig Home and Jurassic World

Stories abound on the Internet. Here’s some thought pieces to tide over your Monday lunchtime, covering everything from the law around wearables, smartphone battery optimisation…

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Netflix is launching, but can it win the Australian streaming battle?

Netflix is launching in March next year, but it won’t find an empty streaming landscape for it to take over.

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Sunset Overdrive Review

For such a fast action game, Sunset Overdrive is a slow burner.

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Sony Xperia Z3 / Xperia Z3 Compact Review

Sony’s reimagining of its premium phone lines through the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact bring a renewed sense of style and some top-notch performance…

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Lunchtime Reading: Stan hands-on, Game of Thrones Trailer, Google's Ad-Free Internet

Stories abound on the Internet. Here’s some thought pieces to tide over your Friday lunchtime, covering everything from Click Frenzy failures, PSN security failures (again)…

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Netflix Down Under and Contract or Prepaid? — Vertical Hold Episode 24, 2014

It’s our one year anniversary special, and to celebrate, Netflix is coming down under! OK, maybe that’s not the reason, but Adam has ideas on…

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Lunchtime Reading: Apple "gets" free, cheaper Amiibos, ABC saved by tech and privacy

Stories abound on the Internet. Here’s some thought pieces to tide over your Thursday lunchtime, covering everything from Apple playing semantic games with “free”, Pern…

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Oh no, you DO and SHOULD complain about privacy, and a LOT.

Over at Gizmodo Australia, Luke Hopewell’s written a passionate piece about Uber and privacy, and why anyone using a smartphone doesn’t get to complain about…

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Wednesdayitis: Stephen Amell vs Mario Bros

Yes, that Stephen Amell. If they ever do make a Super Mario Bros sequel, he’s clearly in the running for the lead. Hey, it could…

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