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Displaying items by tag: Family

Apple's all-in-one subscription bundles are now available, offering real savings for those who want Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, Apple News+ and the upcoming Apple Fitness+ at a better price than buying individually.

Published in Home Tech

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a “positive” impact on Australian consumers, according to a new study which found that just over half of consumers — or 51% — now feel more connected to their family than ever before.

Published in Health

The ties that bind are the ties that bond, while Family Ties was a TV show, with new research suggesting video games and streaming are bonding (not James Bond).

Published in Entertainment

It’s well and truly the festive season, and we’re in between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, but it’s also a time when dating signups ‘spike’ massively.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 18 December 2015 09:04

Review - Sight and Say for Windows

Sight and Say is an innovative and clever educational app for children as young as three to help develop vocabulary and recognise words.

Published in Software
Sunday, 18 October 2015 09:49

Review - Family Orbit for iOS and Android

Family Orbit helps parents ensure their children are safe and sound and is free for up to three members. Business with travelling staff can also benefit.

Published in Software
Monday, 15 June 2015 05:39

The rise of the ‘GranTechie’

New research from NBN reveals 35% of grandparents use video calling apps to keep in-touch with their grandchildren.

Published in Home Tech

Senior professionals, it seems, value family more than their job as a measure of their success in life, according to a newly released study by professional network LinkedIn.

Published in Market
Monday, 09 December 2013 11:47

ACCC clamps down on 'free' apps

Australia's consumer watchdog is warning consumers about seemingly 'free' apps, with over three quarters of self-described free games failing to disclose that in-app purchases would be required.

Published in Technology Regulation

Steve Jobs' unauthorised and uncannily lifelike action figure has, as expected, followed Steve himself into the afterlife, leaving behind a visual legacy of startling precision and dedication to detail that will never be in the hands of Jobs-loving consumers.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

The only officially sanctioned app to maintain Apple's i-devices - the iPod, iPhone and soon iPad - is iTunes. Yet, it has failed to keep up with the modern family's fleet of such gadgets. Here's another problem Apple needs to address.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Increasingly today's modern homes are gaining computing infrastructure to rival many small businesses. Just as a company should consider a server for file and print serving, backups, a web site and centralised e-mail, so too families might like to consider the same. However, what's right? Windows or Linux?

Published in The Linux Distillery
BS? Yes, Microsoft is capable of a “better solution” for families wanting to buy Windows 7 in Australia, finally making it available at a compelling price, but is insisting on saying the deal is only available for a “limited time”, as if stocks would quickly run out of infinitely duplicable software, which is, as we know, BS.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Saturday, 13 December 2008 16:44

Nintendo DS Scrabble beats 8 year old using swears

She thought it would help her eight year old with his vocabulary, but this mother was not expecting a game of Scrabble on the DS to expand his word knowledge quite so much.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 18 September 2008 11:54

Guess what? Some teenagers do not play Video Games

A Princeton survey of teens and parents in the U.S, has concluded that just about every teenager in the country is currently playing video games.  So who are the miscreants that are not?

Published in Entertainment
A U.S. study shows that stepfathers and social dads make somewhat better parents than married biological fathers in settings of high-risk urban families.

Published in Health

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