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  1. Sometimes You Die
    Sometimes You Die is a darkly humorous meditation on the relationship between the player and the game – and it’s also a pretty fun game in its...
  2. Connecting two Macs using Thunderbolt
    I think all Mac users can agree: Thunderbolt is both fast and flexible. Not only is it capable of 10 Gbps of bi-directional throughput on each of...
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    UPDATED: iPhone 6: the latest rumours, release date, images and features
    UPDATED: In this article we are rounding-up all of the rumours, speculation and scuttlebutt around Apple’s next-generation iPhone. It’s...
  4. Apple and Samsung spar over huge damages claim
    Apple outlined for the first time on Friday how it came up with the US$2.2 billion in damages that it wants a California jury to award it for Samsung’s...
  5. Wi-Fi problems dog Apple-Samsung trial
    There’s a new sign on the door to Courtroom 1 at the federal courthouse in San Jose, the home to the Apple versus Samsung battle that’s...
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    Report: NSA secretly exploited devastating Heartbleed bug for years (Update: NSA denies)
    You had to see this one coming. This week, it came to light that a small error in the open-source OpenSSL implementation of the SSL encryption protocol opened...
  7. Demand high for iPhone with bigger screen, says survey
    If you build it [bigger], [they] will come… A new survey from research firm ChangeWave points to serious approval from the mobile phone buying...
  8. Up Coffee
    Waking up and finding your productivity stride in the morning can be the absolute hardest part of your day, which is why so many of us turn to coffee...
  9. Wearables sales tripled in a year – and will grow 500 percent by 2018, study says
    Anyone who follows consumer tech news already knows that wearables are all the rage. They’re hot. They’re heralded as the Next Big Thing in mobile...
  10. How to print Office for iPad documents
    Microsoft’s recently released Office for iPad apps (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) have some great features. Unfortunately, printing isn’t yet...
  11. Bring a smile to your Macs and iOS devices by enabling emoji
    You could just write all your emails, Twitter posts and Facebook missives in plain old text, but where’s the fun in that? Monkeys, planes and...
  12. Apple systems unaffected by Heartbleed, the company confirms
    Apple has released a statement reassuring users of iOS and OS X, along with “key web services” that these systems were unaffected by the...
  13. The Rumour Mill
    Good morning rumour meisters. It’s Friday, so it’s time for the weekly round-up of hearsay and tittle-tattle from the Apple-verse. And...
  14. What everyone should know about OS X Mavericks: Tabs, Tags and Notifications
    When Apple releases a new version of OS X, we tend to stick with the way we did things in the old OS, ignoring fresh features in the new one. Eventually...
  15. First look: Adobe Lightroom mobile for iPad
    In 2013, Adobe’s Tom Hogarty teased an iOS app that could edit raw-formatted photos on an iPad. Nearly a year later, that proof of concept has matured...
  16. Dropbox bringing Mailbox email client to the Mac
      Amid a slew of announcements today, Dropbox dropped one that’ll be of particular interest to Mac users: Mailbox, the acclaimed email client...
  17. STM trust laptop messenger bag
    Building and designing tech-protective gear since 1998 near Sydney’s Bondi Beach, STM has continued to produce laptop bags that suit the modern...
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