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30m phones in Australia 'wasting away in drawers' not being sold or recycled New research says Australians "have over 30 million spare, unused mobile phones sitting idle in our drawers", with the number set to soar as eight…
Netflix notes '59% of Aussies are watching Netflix in public' Watching TV shows and movies was once done in the privacy of your lounge room or bedroom, but now people are doing it everywhere –…
Broadcast your voice to Google speakers around your house with Google Assistant If you have more than one Google voice-activated speaker like Google Home in your house, you can now use Google Assistant to broadcast your voice…
iHeartMedia chooses Aussie app VoiceByte for better listener engagement VoiceByte’s app will be incorporated into iHeartMedia’s top-rated programmes across the country, including "On Air With Ryan Seacrest”, ”American Top 40” and other nationally-syndicated shows…
Adyen says Aussies 'hate delivery charges almost as much as queues' New consumer research shows Aussies are "torn between the frustration of standing in line and the cost of paying to have online purchases delivered".
eftpos launches Android Pay for almost 2m ANZ and Cuscal customers eftpos payments are now available on Android Pay, with ANZ and Cuscal being "the first Australian financial institutions to make the service available to eftpos-only…
Logitech offers Harmony Link users free replacement device Peripherals manufacturer Logitech has reacted to the storm around its decision to brick all Harmony Link devices from March next year by offering a free…
Samsung helps vision-impaired Australians see with powerful new tool Samsung and Vision Australia have introduced "IrisVision, a wearable device with powerful magnification capabilities for people with low vision, powered by Samsung smartphones and Gear…
Apple updates Clips video app with 360-degree iPhone X selfies, Star Wars content and more Apple's free and fun Clips 2.0 app for iOS, which makes creating and sharing fun videos on iPhone or iPad, has just received a very…
Apple opens 'Everyone Can Code' initiative globally, RMIT adopts Apple curriculum Apple has today announced the global expansion of its Everyone Can Code initiative to more than 20 colleges and universities outside the US, offering App…

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