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Nokia puts 50 x 41MP Lumia 1020s to good use The Lumia 1020 is to smart phone photography as a great mechanical keyboard is to a journalist – absolutely necessary and the best device to…
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TV ain't dead yet

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  • 27 February
    TV ain't dead yet Netflix may be launching down under later this year but traditional TV is surprisingly still dominant, with 98% of Australians watching live TV.
    Review: Predator 3D If you are going to 3D’ify an eighties flick, then why not Arnie’s Predator.  It’s got jungles, muscles, explosions and aliens; all are the mainstays…
    PC gaming is full Steam ahead Despite the flashy PS4 and Xbox One launches PC gaming is really hitting its stride, with Steam recording more than 7 million of its 65…
    Review: The Wolverine Something a bit different this time around; a movie review.  It is difficult not to admire Hugh Jackman’s physique as he takes on the titular…

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