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Tech Guide Episode 132 is your one stop for the latest tech news and reviews
Written on January 27, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

If you want to stay updated and educated about the latest tech news, views and reviews then tune in to Episode 132 of the top-rating Tech Guide podcast, hosted by editor Stephen Fenech. On this week’s show, Stan the streaming video on demand service has launched and Microsoft showcases even more features of Windows 10. […]


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ANZ Stadium chosen as finalist in 2015 World Sports Technology Awards
Written on By Stephen Fenech

ANZ Stadium – one of Australia’s premier sporting venues and site of the Sydney 2000 Olympics – has been nominated as a finalist in the 2015 World Sports Technology Awards. The recognition comes after ANZ Stadium, in partnership with Telstra, last year activated high-speed wi-fi connectivity and interactive technology to engage with fans. The joint […]


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How iTunes can help you plan the ultimate Australia Day BBQ
Written on January 23, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

If you’re planning your Australia Day BBQ then you need to look no further than iTunes to plan your day. You can listen to an all-Aussie playlist and download app that offers tips on staying sun safe and finding the right cut of meat and cooking it to perfection. Turn up the volume and fire […]


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Twitter launches While You Were Away recaps to catch up on best tweets
Written on By Stephen Fenech

Twitter has introduced a new feature that will provide a recap of the top tweets from the accounts you follow since the last time you logged in. The Twitter feed is like a raging river especially if you follow a lot of accounts – it moves really fast. Lots of tweets are shared but if […]


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Microsoft unveils the latest features of the Windows 10 operating system
Written on January 22, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Microsoft has pulled the curtain back on its new Windows 10 operating system and given the world a glimpse at the next generation of computing across a number of devices. And the good news is Windows 10 will be a free upgrade to customers already running Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. “Windows […]


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Stan streaming video-on-demand service to kick off on Australia Day
Written on By Stephen Fenech

Stan, the latest video-on-demand streaming service, will launch on Australia Day with unlimited access to TV shows and movies for $10 a month. Users who sign up to the service, which is a joint venture between Nine Entertainment Co and Fairfax Media, will enjoy a 30-day free trial with access to the entire content library. […]


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Two Blokes Talking Tech Episode 192 for the lowdown on the latest tech
Written on By Stephen Fenech

Two Blokes Talking Tech Episode 192, with Tech Guide editor Stephen Fenech and EFTM’s Trevor Long, was recorded in scenic surroundings at Andrew Boy Charlton Pool in Sydney for the launch of the UE Megaboom speaker from Logitech. On this week’s show, the blokes also discuss the world’s worst passwords, the competitive IP TV space […]


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Vodafone’s new Huawei Wi-Fi Cube 4G connects up to 32 devices at home
Written on January 21, 2015 By Stephen Fenech

Vodafone has released the Huawei Wi-Fi Cube 4G – a mobile broadband device that can deliver 4G speeds in metro areas and connect up to 32 devices at once. The device provides an alternative from fixed broadband internet and aimed for the average household which, according to Telsyte, has eight devices capable of connecting to […]


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Watch five Airbus A350-900 jets flying in stunt formation
Written on By Stephen Fenech

For plane spotters and fans of aviation, you have to take a look at this new Airbus promo video that involved flying five of the new A350-900 jets in formation. The incredible stunt with more than $2 billion dollars worth of aircraft along with two chase planes and a helicopter took months of meticulous planning. […]


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If you’re using one of these world’s worst passwords – change it now!
Written on By Stephen Fenech

It’s hard to believe people still aren’t getting the message about creating strong passwords. Would you believe 123456 and password were still the most common passwords on 2014? SplashData announced its annual list of the 25 worst passwords found on the internet. The list was once again led by 123456 and password which alarmingly have […]


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