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Australian e-tail platform offers solution to impending Amazon arrival An Aussie mobile-shopping innovation promises to “help retailers and brands drive targeted shoppers into stores ahead of Amazon’s impact on the marketplace".
Windows 10 will prompt you to update if you’re running an old version If you’re still stuck on the original Windows 10, which has now reached “end of service”, you’ll have to update soon or you will not…
Stan’s murderous Wolf Creek production to start on Season 2 Streaming service Stan slayed the field with its serial killing series, Wolf Creek, and to be a true serial killer, one series could never be…
Pioneer Robotics launches DreamRobot Lawn Mower: password protected! Do robots dream of electric shearing? Without positronic brains, likely not, with the only shearing happening being that of the green, green grass of home.
Kogan makes 4K Ultra HD Smart TV more affordable, from $429 With Netflix built-in, Android 5.1 for Google Play store compatibility, South Korean LED panels, PVR capability, 3xHDMI ports and more, Kogan’s prices may well leave…
Turns out you CAN go from Win 10 Pro back to Win 10 S, but would you? Once you’ve freed your Surface Laptop from its Windows 10 S (for shackles) with the liberty of Windows 10 Pro, you can still go back…
Facebook wants to help you find Wi-Fi Looking for a Wi-Fi hotspot when out and about? Facebook app users will have a new "Find Wi-Fi" feature waiting for them so the search…
LG expected to launch cheaper, smaller G6 variant dubbed Q6 Wish you could get a smartphone with an ultra-wide aspect ratio, but one that’s smaller than the LG G6 and Samsung S8?
400,000 refurbs of Note 7 FE — Fan Edition, not Fire Edition — with Bixby The Note 7 FE with smaller battery going on sale in South Korea will also come with Samsung’s Bixby assistant, but you’ll probably never buy…
Vaya’s new offer at Coles: 6 mths talk with 5GB pm data for $150 Want 5GB data per month with unlimited calls and texts over six months for $150? Vaya hopes you’ll go down down to Coles.

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