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Lenovo makes the tablet more about entertainment than ever

As phablets start to erode the usefulness of the tablet, you might be wondering just what to use a 10 inch tablet with. For Lenovo, the answer is clear: entertainment.

11:00 am 04/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Intel brings Core processors to 6th generation with “Skylake”

Just when you thought it was safe to buy a new computer, Intel is ready with a new line of processors that makes everything out there old again.

2:15 pm 02/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Sony’s Z4 Tablet finally arrives packing more water-resistance

Admit it: the last time you sat near the pool or went to the beach, you really wished you brought your tablet and caught up with some Netflix. Ok, that may not be all of us, but if you can relate, a new tablet is on the way from Sony.

11:52 am 01/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Optus adds a little bandwidth for big broadband buffs

If you’re having trouble containing your data allowance on your tablet or WiFi hotspot and you’re on Optus Prepaid, good news: your data allowance and expiration is about to increase.

9:15 am 01/09/2015 By Staff writers

AppMonday: Pac-man 256

Endless runner games like “Temple Run” and “Flappy Bird” are certainly addictive, but what happens when you mix them with the old school retrolicious charm of 80s arcade gaming?

11:01 am 31/08/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Android apps posing problems, here’s what to avoid

Just because something exists on the app store doesn’t mean you should download it, and two apps are evident of that, with vulnerabilities popping up that might do you some harm.

4:47 pm 28/08/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Trekkers get a new keyboard for Android with Swype

With the next generation of Nuance’s Swype keyboard replacement for Android, sci-fi buffs will get an original series of Star Trek-inspired designs to boldly take with them where no phone has gone before.

12:55 pm 27/08/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Sydney’s Microsoft Store to be your everything-Microsoft-guru

There aren’t many reasons to write about stores, except to say when a good deal has arrived, and Microsoft’s first store in Australia isn’t necessarily going to be about that. What it will do, however, is answer every Windows question you’ve ever had.

1:37 pm 21/08/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

New “British” scam picked up by the government, how not to get caught

There may well be a sucker born every minute, but you don’t actually have to be that person, with the government and an internet security group chiming in to talk about a new scam and what you can do to avoid it.

4:45 pm 17/08/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Hands-on with Telstra Air

Tired of spending money on 4G data? Telstra may have the answer, allowing you access to your home broadband data in Australia and abroad with Air, and this is something we couldn’t wait to test out.

5:35 pm 12/08/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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