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How effective is the Galaxy S5's Download Booster?

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Interview: Dave Clayton, Animation Supervisor at Weta Digital

Interview: Dave Clayton, Animation Supervisor at Weta Digital

We talk dragons, dwarves and spiders with the man who gave Benedict Cumberbatch a lizard's face.


Lego Hobbit covered PS4 is totally Rad(agast)

Lego Hobbit covered PS4 is totally Rad(agast)

Why have a plain black console sitting in your living room when you could cover it with 2,500 Lego bricks and recreate The Hobbit?


Minecraft out for PlayStation 3 in disc form

Minecraft out for PlayStation 3 in disc form

The insanely popular world building game makes the strange transition from digital download to disc-based title for the PS3.


ACCC warns retailers about misleading sales

ACCC warns retailers about misleading sales

The ACCC is focusing on retail selling practices, warning retailers not to mislead customers on sales promotions and discounted items. 3


LG halves Curved OLED TV price in six months

LG halves Curved OLED TV price in six months

LG has announced a $2,000 cut in the price of its 55-inch Curved OLED TV, bringing the TV down to $5,999 - half the price it was six months ago.


Power suit dresses men for off-the-cuff payments

Power suit dresses men for off-the-cuff payments

An Aussie tailor is taking wearable technology to a ridiculously good-looking conclusion with a suit featuring a contactless payment chip in the sleeve. 1


Father Bob turns to crowdfunding to help the homeless Crave

Father Bob turns to crowdfunding to help the homeless

Outspoken Catholic priest and advocate for the homeless Father Bob Maguire has launched a Pozible campaign for his Father Bob Foundation.


TPG fined $400,000 for blocking emergency calls

TPG fined $400,000 for blocking emergency calls

TPG has been hit with $400,000 worth of fines for failing to connect some of its customers to the Triple Zero emergency call service.


Wearable smart glass curates content based on your physical response Crave

Wearable smart glass curates content based on your physical response

A wearable eyepiece measures physiological responses such as pupil dilation and heartbeat to find content on the web that will interest you.


Google updates TOS to disclose email scanning

Google updates TOS to disclose email scanning

After a class-action data-mining lawsuit was brought against Google last year, the company has updated its terms of service to clarify its automated email scanning.


Retail deals of the week, 16 April 2014

Retail deals of the week, 16 April 2014

We've taken a look through the catalogues and we've selected the best retail deals for the week.


Stop motion animation created with 3D printing

Stop motion animation created with 3D printing

Creative agency DBLG has created a stop-motion animation by 3D printing every single model for each frame.


St. George brings net banking to smartwatches

St. George brings net banking to smartwatches

St. George has become the first bank in Australia to tap into the growing wearable technology trend with a new banking app for smartwatches.


NBN Co lags on connections, despite ongoing rollout

NBN Co lags on connections, despite ongoing rollout

NBN Co has admitted it needs to focus on connecting Australian homes to fast broadband, rather than just building infrastructure. 2


Working lab-grown oesophagi successfully implanted in rats Crave

Working lab-grown oesophagi successfully implanted in rats

Researchers have successfully replaced 20 per cent of a rat's oesophagus with an artificial organ grown in a lab.


Eagle-eyed cops hone in on phones in cars

Eagle-eyed cops hone in on phones in cars

Victorian police are cracking down on drivers who use their phone behind the wheel thanks to new camera technology that allows cops to spy out offenders from afar.


Dropbox opens Australian office, launches new business offering

Dropbox opens Australian office, launches new business offering

Dropbox is set to open an office in Australia as the company announces new services for the local market, including file sharing and collaboration for business customers. 3


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