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Is Apple calling The new iPad ‘4G’ in Australia Misleading and Deceptive Conduct?

Is Apple calling The new iPad ‘4G’ in Australia Misleading and Deceptive Conduct?

So recently, a few of us have been having a deep discussion on twitter (yes it does happen) about whether Apple selling (read: Advertising) The new iPad as a 4G iPad was misleading and deceptive (to understand more, see this link) conduct since clearly 4G doesn’t work anywhere in Australia. Apple claim that despite this fact, it will get you much faster speeds than normal 3G model iPads, but... »

Missed Apple’s Event last this morning? Video is now available online

Missed Apple’s Event last this morning? Video is now available online

Did you miss Apple’s Resolutionary (groan.. sorry) Event last night? Miss the announcement of ‘The new iPad‘? Then fear not friends, for we’ve got the link right here for you to watch the unveiling, but unfortunately without the added benefit of HD. Apart from the announcement, hit up the link below to see just how many apps have been sold, how much money Apple is really ma... »

Rome2rio get’s even more Aussie Friendly, adds bus routes for major cities

Rome2rio get’s even more Aussie Friendly, adds bus routes for major cities

Rome2rio has easily been one of our favourite websites to used when finding out travel routes, which you would know if you’ve read our previous articles. Now, rome2rio is getting even more Aussie friendly with the addition of bus routes in their already smart and detailed maps for Melbourne and Perth and they tell us the Sydney and Adelaide routes are coming very soon so those of you who are... »

How Windows Phones are faring in the United States

How Windows Phones are faring in the United States

So we’ve been thinking about how well Windows Phones are actually doing in the United States, since we’ve all seen Microsoft continuing to lose it’s market share in the mobile world. While we are unable to get exact ‘sales’ figure thanks to Microsoft (and manufactures) being quite ‘hush-hush’ on the whole matter, we decided to look at customer satisfaction... »

Why iTunes is The Biggest Digital Music Store still tops the User Preference List?

Why iTunes is The Biggest Digital Music Store still tops the User Preference List?

Eva K is a Freelance and Staff writer who writes informative & creative articles on Technology for various technology company. Her expertise are in writing articles related to internet providers, high speed internet, Social media etc. iTunes has been at the forefront of the digital media market since it began in the year 2000. The store, owned by Apple, has sold more songs and movies than any ... »

Razer goes Cloud with Synapse 2.0

Razer goes Cloud with Synapse 2.0

We just got word that Razer Synapse 2.0 is about to be unleashed upon the world, and very soon at that. Yes, that Razer company that makes those amazing gaming mice and other gaming peripherals, is venturing into the cloud once again, with Synapse 2.0. So what is Synapse 2.0 exactly? And why would a hardware maker be getting into the cloud based storage system? Well Razer claims that it will be th... »

Evolution of Poker Games for Xbox, PS, and Mac

Evolution of Poker Games for Xbox, PS, and Mac

This Post has been provided by Reese McKenzie One of the fastest growing games in the world is poker.  However, it was a constant struggle for those that wanted to play poker on XBOX and PS or even on a Mac to find a decent game.  Today we will look at the evolution of playing poker on the XBox and the Mac. Early Problems Poker games on Xbox, Playstation, and the Mac each had their share of issues... »

Kick start 2012 by learning about the most Pirated Games of 2011!

Kick start 2012 by learning about the most Pirated Games of 2011!

Happy New Years folks! We realize we haven’t written an article for a while but that might be due to the travelling situation and a less than ideal internet situation (apparently grandparents don’t have any need for the internet… who knew?). Either way we’re back, and we’re starting of with talking about the most Pirated Games of 2011 (which follows on from the most P... »

The History of Social Networking from 1971 (Infographic)

The History of Social Networking from 1971 (Infographic)

We found this very interesting infographic about The History of Social Networking sites, right from 1971 up till present day (perhaps a little earlier in 2011). It details the start from email right up till Facebookination (Facebook domination) in present day, and it’s actually very interesting to see how things changed, and how popular Myspace and Friendster were in comparison to Facebook w... »

The Top Twitter Hashtags and the Top Yahoo Searches Of 2011

The Top Twitter Hashtags and the Top Yahoo Searches Of 2011

Today the Top Twitter Hashtags of 2011 thus far have been revealed by Twitter in their annual Year in Review Page, and the results are basically on par with what we’ve seen trending on Twitter in 2011, although there still are a few things missing that surprised us. Either way, the results reflect a mixture of results which spiked across the globe in real time such as #egypt, #jan25, #japan ... »

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