Shake it like a Polaroid picture – on your smartphone

Posted by August 31st 2018

The days of shaking those Polaroid pictures could officially be over, with the iconic camera company’s latest model allowing users to see and edit their photos on their smartphone. Launched at a consumer electronics tradeshow in …

Consumer watchdog targets dodgy phone chargers

Posted by June 26th 2018

The NSW consumer watchdog is targeting dangerous products in discount stores as part of a new safety campaign, including dodgy phone chargers. Minister for Better Regulation, Matthew Kean, said NSW Fair Trading has already visited more …

The robot that can make IKEA furniture

Posted by May 30th 2018

Flicking through numerous pages of instructions and becoming increasingly frustrated as you try to build your furniture could become a thing of the past. That’s because scientists from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (NTU Singapore) …

ALDI Mobile launches $299 1 Year Super Pack

Posted by February 8th 2019

After selling out in days last year, ALDI Mobile’s 1 Year Super Pack is making a return – and this time it comes with almost double the data! The 1 Year Super Pack costs $299 upfront …

LG patents foldable smartphone with two screens

Posted by June 6th 2018

The possibilities of the smartphone have doubled, with electronics giant LG successfully patenting a new type of handset that will include two screens, two batteries and two headphone jacks, allowing users to watch two separate …

Optus re-releases unlimited data phone plan

Posted by April 10th 2018

Optus has re-released its unlimited data phone plan, after initially withdrawing the offer in March. Called ‘Unleashed’ phone plans, Optus became one of the first providers to offer unlimited mobile data when it originally launched the …

300,000 Aussies affected in Facebook data breach

Posted by April 6th 2018

Social media giant Facebook has revealed that the number of users affected by the Cambridge Analytica data scandal is significantly greater than first thought, with around 300,000 Australians believed to have had their personal information accessed. Facebook …

Deleting Facebook decreases stress levels

Posted by April 4th 2018

A new study has revealed that quitting Facebook is beneficial not just to protect your private data, but your well-being too.