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  • Australian Kickstarters kick off

    Australian Kickstarters kick off

    Today, projects from Australian creators officially go live on Kickstarter. Check out some of the new projects from our amazing local creators. 1

  • Podcasts worth listening to

    Podcasts worth listening to

    There are a lot of podcasts out there, and finding the good ones can be tough. We've picked out 30 of the best podcasts you can be listening to right now.

  • Best browser extensions for photographers

    Best browser extensions for photographers

    Whether you're a Chrome connoisseur or Firefox fan, these browser extensions and add-ons will enhance your online experience.

  • Apps for making apps

    Apps for making apps

    We heard you like apps, so we put an app in your app so you can app while you app.

  • Video-game characters get real with fake Facebook photos

    Video-game characters get real with fake Facebook photos

    Artist Andrew Golden lives in a world where famous video-game characters have escaped from their consoles, signed up for Facebook accounts and posted photos from their everyday lives.

  • Google+: friending with benefits

    Google+: friending with benefits

    If you've yet to be invited to beta test Google+, or you simply don't have the energy to dive into another social network, here's an insider view from the folks at CNET. 4

  • How to spot a phishing scam: slideshow

    How to spot a phishing scam: slideshow

    The fallout from the data breach of US marketing firm Epsilon was massive. Some of the world's largest companies were forced to apologise, as customer details stored within Epsilon were stolen by hackers. 1

  • Microsoft's best Aussie Windows Phone 7 apps

    Microsoft's best Aussie Windows Phone 7 apps

    Microsoft has just announced the winners of its Australian "Dev vs. Dev" contest, crowning the champion of its first Australian Windows Phone 7 app challenge.

  • Big website redesigns of 2010

    Big website redesigns of 2010

    Visual change is a necessity on the web and each year we see sites — big and small — change their stripes. Here in no particular order are 2010's big redesigns. 2

  • Sony 'Google TV' hands on

    Sony 'Google TV' hands on

    Sony has officially announced its Google TV line-up and offered a glimpse at the products that will be coming to Australia in 2011. 9

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