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TechWrap Podcast – Episode 19

We are back in the game after a hiatus, both of us so glad to be talking tech together again! In this episode of the podcast: We talk the brand new website and what it means for you Google Home launched in Australia last week, Trent has been …

Big boys of mobile reveal new products at MWC 2016

With another big year ahead in the technology game, the world’s mobile innovators are meeting in Barcelona this week to discuss the industry and release products at the Mobile World Congress 2016. The program set to kick off in a few hours time includes keynotes from heavyweights like …

Apple acknowledges a few faults

Tech giant Apple has been going through a rough patch in the last couple of months with some of it’s product range, with 2 recall programs in place…but now they have come to attention for a bug of a different kind. The bug which seems to be troubling …

Aussie startup eases the mobile bill shocks

There is nothing worse than the fear of opening the mobile phone bill to find the efforts of excess consumption embedded within the final figure of the monthly Invoice….most of us can admit to being in that situation as well. The increase in smartphone use in the country …

QLD toughens mobile phone offences

Queensland’s Government will attempt to reduce the state’s road tolls with a new Safety Strategy & Action Plan, unveiled in Brisbane this week. Main Roads minister Mark Bailey presented the plan to the media on Tuesday, highlighting the fact that there are 57 initiatives expected to cost upwards …

Google launches phone comparison website

For many the task of being able to find the right phone can be as stressful as picking lotto numbers….especially if the choice has nothing to do with Apple iPhone’s. Relying on your friends to help you with the choices in most cases leaves you with a phone …

The end of an era for early online streaming service

Before the success online of music streaming services Spotify and Pandora, there was another player by the name of Grooveshark. The website started in 2006 as a paid service morphing to free and laid claim to having millions of songs ad free available on any internet connected device. …

Text neck is a real issue…surprisingly

You may not have considered it in your average day but many of us are using our mobile phones for more than just phone calls and texting. 11.9 million of us in Australia took up a smartphone in 2013 and they are being used these days for Internet …