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  • iTunes U: what's on offer from Australian universities

    iTunes U: what's on offer from Australian universities

    Still deciding which courses and uni is right for you? A total of 13 Australian universities distribute podcasts, guest lectures and course materials through iTunes, so you can take a try-before-you-buy approach. 3

  • TV apps: the best of a new bunch

    TV apps: the best of a new bunch

    It's still early days for apps in televisions. Quality and quantity vary greatly across the different brands — and while games are potentially a big selling point, there isn't anything currently on offer that wouldn't be better experienced on a smartphone or a PC.

  • Video on smart TVs: Australian channels round-up

    Video on smart TVs: Australian channels round-up

    Australians can now access a massive buffet of video content delivered directly to our TVs via the internet. From catch-up services to shows on cooking, cars, comedy and more, here's a complete rundown of TV entertainment available through smart TVs.

  • Smart TV movie and music channels in Australia

    Smart TV movie and music channels in Australia

    The movie and music services that you're able to watch on your TV via the internet depends on what brand of TV you buy. CNET sorts out who's offering what, and how much it will cost you. 1

  • Sport on smart TVs: what's on offer in Australia

    Sport on smart TVs: what's on offer in Australia

    Thinking of investing in a smart TV and want to know exactly what sport channels are on offer? We sort out what's available from different brands and fill you in on game analysers and the like. 4

  • Apple Final Cut Pro X: screenshots

    Apple Final Cut Pro X: screenshots

    Apple has released the newest version of its Final Cut Pro software, Final Cut Pro X. It's Apple's top-of-the-line, professional video-editing software and the first Final Cut to be offered only as a digital download, instead of on a disc. This slideshow will walk you through some of the new features.

  • Aussie Open serves up ace tech: photos

    Aussie Open serves up ace tech: photos

    The Australian Open kicked off in Melbourne yesterday, this year with more technology than ever. ZDNet Australia went behind the scenes to bring you all the action. 1

  • 5 apps for editing holiday video

    5 apps for editing holiday video

    Recording family members goes hand-in-hand with the holidays. But what to do with all that unedited video? Turn it into home movies using one of these five handy apps, of course.

  • How to set-up an iPod Nano

    How to set-up an iPod Nano

    If you've just got your first iPod Nano, this video and slideshow tutorial will help you through the process of setting it up and syncing it with media from your computer. 1

  • How to quickly add media to iTunes 9

    How to quickly add media to iTunes 9

    Do you dare to download music and video from sources other than iTunes? CNET's Donald Bell shows off a new feature in iTunes 9 that lets you add media downloads to your iTunes library with a minimum of hassle. 4

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