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1. tech | 24 May 2013
» Online retail titan Amazon announced Thursday it is expanding sales of its Kindle tablet computers to "over 170 countries and territories around the world," and its Appstore in nearly 200 countries.
2. tech | 24 May 2013
» According to reports, the crowd at Cannes has been fooled by a man posing as Korean artist Psy, who has been using his falsely acquired celebrity status to live it up on the Croisette.
3. tech | 23 May 2013
» Just 25 examples of the gold-plated, leather-bound P’9981 Gold smartphone will ever be created, and each one carries a solid gold plaque on its rear, engraved with its serial number and its all-important 2AA prefix code....
4. tech | 23 May 2013
» Samsung could be following Apple’s lead and testing biometric technology for future handsets.
5. news | 23 May 2013
» Australian children are accessing social media websites at an increasingly younger age, a new survey suggests, with one in five "tweens" admitting they have chatted to someone online they do not know.
6. news | 23 May 2013
» Researchers found that women who have higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol are rated as having less attractive faces by men than their more relaxed counterparts.
7. tech | 23 May 2013
» iPad users around the world have been racing through London's streets and taking down evil gangs with the popular free app "Fast & Furious 6: The Game," based on the "Fast and Furious" movie franchise. Details of thi...
8. tech | 23 May 2013
» Samsung's new flagship device, currently rolling out around the world, has stolen the title of best smartphone from LG’s Optimus G in Consumer Reports's latest round of testing.
9. tech | 22 May 2013
» Just as an argument has raged for the best part of 30 years between Windows and Mac users as to which operating system is the best, a similar tribal war has raged between professional (and talented amateur) photographers...
10. tech | 22 May 2013
» Apart from Apple, consumers and business professionals alike show little or no devotion to other mobile computing ecosystems, a report has found.