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  • Tech Time Machine: 3 March

    Tech Time Machine: 3 March

    Modified Ford Falcons, talking pigs and a famous Belgian reporter are just three threads that tie together in the knotted ball of the history that is 3 March. What does this all mean? Tech Time Machine investigates.

  • Samsung to bring Quickflix to TVs, tablets and phones

    Samsung to bring Quickflix to TVs, tablets and phones

    Samsung Australia today announced a new partnership with DVD-rental and media-streaming company Quickflix, with plans to install a new Quickflix app on smart TV units and its Galaxy range of portable devices, including tablets and smartphones.

  • Top Hollywood studios sue LimeWire

    Top Hollywood studios sue LimeWire

    With a frown on his face and holding his head in his hand, LimeWire founder Mark Gorton appeared depressed last May as he sat in a New York courtroom. That frown is likely to make a reappearance as top Hollywood studios kick off legal action against LimeWire.

  • Trekkie forced to sink Voyager-themed flat

    Trekkie forced to sink Voyager-themed flat

    We wish all Trekkie stories could be as happy as that of the DIY Enterprise gondola that we recently spotted bobbing calmly atop a Southern California canal.

  • 50 years of Four Corners now available on iPad

    50 years of Four Corners now available on iPad

    As part of the celebrations surrounding the 50th anniversary of the ABC's flagship current affairs program, Four Corners, the corporation has released a tablet app featuring classic reports and behind-the-scenes videos.

  • Comedian Louis CK shuns advice, and DRM, for new video

    Comedian Louis CK shuns advice, and DRM, for new video

    Louis Szekely, a bold, vulgar and hilarious comedian better known as Louis CK, released a new US$5 video over the weekend that's totally free of DRM copy-protection restrictions.

  • Sony to LG: don't say passive 3D is better

    Sony to LG: don't say passive 3D is better

    Sony has challenged LG's recent study, which claims that 82 per cent of Australians prefer their Cinema 3D technology over rival active shutter options. 10

  • Steve Jobs movie pitched to Sorkin

    Steve Jobs movie pitched to Sorkin

    The writer of the Oscar-winning film "The Social Network", and long-running TV series "The West Wing", has confirmed that he's been pitched on penning a film about late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

  • No live tweeting in iiNet-AFACT hearing

    No live tweeting in iiNet-AFACT hearing

    There will be no tweeting from the High Court during the hearing of the final appeal of the 2009 case between film and TV studios group the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) and internet service provider (ISP) iiNet, with the court sticking by rules banning electronic devices.

  • Behind the scenes on Transformers 3: wing suit experience

    Behind the scenes on Transformers 3: wing suit experience

    See what it's like to jump off a building with just a wing suit for company, as we go behind the wing suit scenes on Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

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