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Time to tune in to Two Blokes Talking Tech Episode 215
Written on July 2, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

It’s time to tune in to Two Blokes Talking Tech Episode 215, with Tech Guide editor Stephen Fenech and EFTM’s Trevor Long, for a fun and informative look at the latest tech. On this week’s show, the blokes talk about the launch of Apple Music, the new Telstra Air nationwide wi-fi network and the amount […]


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Stay connected around the world on your iPad with the new Apple SIM
Written on By Stephen Fenech

For travellers, an iPad is a common companion to stay connected and stay in touch and Apple has launched a new SIM card service that will keep users connected when they are overseas. Apple SIM lets you choose a cellular data plan from the available providers in more than 90 countries and territories around the […]


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SmartCup lets you go cash free when you get your coffee
Written on July 1, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Australian company frank green has launched the SmartCup – a world-first technology that combines a reusable cup and a payment system so you can go cash free each time you get your coffee. The SmartCup has a sensor built into the lid to instantly process the payment at participating cafes and restaurants. The sustainable and […]


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Everything you need to know about the new Apple Music service
Written on By Stephen Fenech

Apple has released the iOS 8.4 update which includes Apple Music – the streaming service that will give listeners access to more than 30 million tracks in the iTunes library. This is Apple’s first step into the streaming music market which puts it up against other competing services like Spotify, Rdio, Deezer and Guvera. Another […]


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Tech Guide Episode 154 takes you on a tour of the latest tech news and reviews
Written on June 30, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Get your update on the latest tech news and reviews with Episode 154 of the top-rating and highly informative Tech Guide podcast, hosted by editor Stephen Fenech. On this week’s show, do parents use their smartphones more than their kids, Telstra Air wi-fi network launches and MotoPogo – the all-new urban transport solution. In the […]


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How Oakley’s Prizm lenses help you see clearly in the snow and on the golf course
Written on By Stephen Fenech

The snow season is underway and many are heading to the snowfields but wouldn’t it be good if you had a pair of googles that can help you see even better when you get there. That exactly what Oakley’s Prizm lens technology can do. While the human eye can easily perceive detail and colour, that […]


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Are parents spending more time on their devices than their kids
Written on June 29, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

It’s common to hear parents complain about their kids spending too much time on their smartphones but a new survey shows the kids feel the same way about them. The research, conducted by online security company AVG Technologies, examined the relationship between parents, their children and smartphones. The global study of 6,117 included 335 Australian […]


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Launch date announced for Telstra Air – Australia’s largest wi-fi network
Written on June 26, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Telstra has announced the launch date for Australia’s largest wi-fi network – Telstra Air – which will allow customers to use their home broadband allowance in Australian and overseas. From Tuesday, Telstra Air will be available through thousands of hotspots including payphones and retail outlets in popular locations after a partnership with leading wi-fi provider […]


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Meet MotoPogo – a cross between a Segway and a motorbike
Written on By Stephen Fenech

It’s a cross between a Segway and a motorcycle – but it only has one wheel. It’s the MotoPogo – a new self-balancing vehicle that can change the way we get around town. Originally launched as a Kickstarter project, MotoPogo might look unusual but it’s easy to ride. All you need to do is lean […]


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SBS On Demand relaunches website with new design and even more content
Written on By Stephen Fenech

SBS has redesigned, re-imagined and relaunched its SBS On Demand streaming service with a website that offers an all-new way to enjoy top shelf content when and where you want – and you get it all for free. Kicking off officially on Monday, June 29, SBS On Demand will boast more than 4,000 hours of […]


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Two Blokes Talking Tech discuss the controversial anti-piracy laws in Episode 214
Written on June 25, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Tune in to one of the most controversial episodes of the Two Blokes Talking Tech podcast, where Tech Guide editor Stephen Fenech goes head to head with EFTM’s Trevor Long on the controversial new anti-piracy laws. In Episode 214, the blokes square off about the new bill that passed through the Senate that will effectively […]


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More Australians visit Facebook and YouTube on a mobile device than a PC
Written on June 24, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Australia is becoming an even more mobile country and we’re accessing the most popular destinations on the internet more often through our growing number of smartphones and tablets. Today more people in Australia access Facebook and YouTube on a mobile device, according to Roy Morgan Research. Almost 13 million users in Australia visited Facebook across […]


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Hear the latest tech news, reviews and opinions on Tech Guide Episode 153
Written on June 23, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Tune in to Episode 153 of the informative and top-rating Tech Guide podcast, hosted by editor Stephen Fenech, for the latest tech news, reviews and opinions. On this week’s show, the new anti-piracy laws that will block torrent and illegal content sites, how Taylor Swift got Apple to change its mind on Apple Music before […]


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New anti-piracy laws passed to block Australian access to foreign sites
Written on June 22, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Controversial new piracy laws have just been passed in the Senate that will see websites offering illegal access to copyright content blocked by Australian internet service providers. The Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2015 was passed 37-13. The bill, introduced by Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull, passed through the Senate with support of Labor and independents. […]


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The Taylor Swift letter that made Apple backflip on its Apple Music policy
Written on By Stephen Fenech

Taylor Swift’s recent hit song is called “Shake it Up” and that’s exactly what she did when she penned a brave open letter that made Apple change part of its upcoming Apple Music streaming service before it even began. What Swift found troubling was the fact that Apple wouldn’t be paying artists during its lengthy […]


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Introducing the sunglasses with adjustable tint control
Written on By Stephen Fenech

Imagine being able to adjust the tint on your sunglasses to suit your surroundings. That’s exactly what one company has done with the Skugga Dynamic Eyewear which can adapt to the light around you. The Skugga Dynamic Eyewear uses an ambient light sensor to automatically set the tint on the lenses. Users can also adjust […]


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CommBank launches new app for tablets
Written on June 19, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

The Commonwealth Bank has released a new tablet app to make it even easier for customers to manage their accounts and offer a broader view of their finances. The new CommBank tablet app offers customers a convenient way to do their banking on a device that offers a larger screen than your smartphone and is […]


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Apple customers being targeted in email scam
Written on By Stephen Fenech

Apple customers are being targeted in a cunning email phishing scam with messages designed to look like they are being sent by Apple in an attempt to trick you into revealing your Apple ID, password and credit card information. The email, from the Apple Store, tells the recipient their Apple ID has been used to […]


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Kogan unveils affordable Agora 4G Pro Android smartphone
Written on June 18, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Kogan has revealed the latest addition to the Agora smartphone range with the Agora Pro 4G that continues the tradition of offering top shelf features at lower prices. Available exclusively from Kogan.com, the Agora Pro 4G smartphone has a 5.2-inch full high definition screen, the Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system and is powered by a […]


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Security vulnerability exposed on Samsung Android smartphones
Written on By Stephen Fenech

A serious security vulnerability has been revealed that could affect hundreds of millions of Samsung smartphones including the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge and give hackers access to a user’s information. Security specialists NowSecure revealed the loophole which was found in the built-in SwiftKey keyboard that is pre-installed on Samsung’s Android devices. The keyboard’s weakness […]


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