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Brenton Currie

Citizen based in Melbourne, 07, Australia. Joined on May 18, 2009
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CES 2015 kicks off with focus on wearables, smart tech

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has kicked off in Las Vegas, with wearables, thinner storage devices and smart home gadgets amongst the devices revealed today.

Netflix testing VPN, proxy blocking tools

Netflix appears to be testing new tools and ways of blocking users proxying their way into the media streaming service, according to reports today.

It's not personal: Marriott clarifies Wi-Fi hotspot blocking plan

Hotel giant Marriott has rushed to clarify its decision to ask the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for permission to block guest Wi-Fi networks within their hotels.

How Google+ videos will be more prominent

Not satisfied with just improving photo quality, Google+ will now automatically enhance videos added to Google's social platform.

Apple iPhone and iPad sales rocket while Mac sales drop in Q1

Apple has today released its financial results for the first quarter, 2013, showing its mobile iOS division has rocketed in sales while Mac sales have fallen.

iPad 2: On sale, and torn apart

Apple's highly anticipated successor to the iPad has now available in the United States, with some keen fans queuing for days to be one of the first to get their hands on the device.

Samsung reveals new tablet, the Galaxy Tab 10.1

In a special media event before this week's Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona, Samsung has revealed their second tablet device, the Galaxy Tab 10.1.

Report: Apple prepping smaller, cheaper iPhone

Apple is reportedly preparing a smaller, cheaper iPhone to rival the onslaught of cheap smartphones running the likes of Google's open source Android software.

Microsoft debuts Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate

Microsoft has today announced the immediate availability of a release candidate for their forthcoming web browser, Internet Explorer 9.

Australian airline Jetstar to trial in-flight iPad service

Apple's iPad device, of which more than 2 million have been sold, will soon be trialled in a new world-first in-flight entertainment service by Australian airline, Jetstar.

Apple Reportedly Looking At Offering Subsidies To Foxconn Workers

Today it emerged that Apple Inc. is reportedly investigating the option of offering subsidies to employees of manufacturing partner Foxconn in a bid to stem the recent rise of suicides at the Chinese plant.

Google phasing out use of Windows on corporate computers

A report today suggests technology giant Google is phasing out the use of Microsoft's popular operating system, Windows, on corporate computers because of concerns with security.

Pakistan lifts ban on Facebook

Bloomberg reports that a Pakistani court has lifted a restriction that saw Facebook banned in the country for the past 12 days.

Skype for iPhone update brings support for 3G calling at a cost

Popular VoIP service, Skype, has tonight updated its iPhone application, bringing amongst other things support for calling others over 3G connections.

Google Buzz gets its own 'Retweet' button, called 'Reshare'

The Google Buzz team overnight launched support for a new "reshare" button that allows users to re-share posts in two clicks instead of copying and pasting them.

As expected, Facebook unveils new one-click privacy settings

Facebook has today unveiled new, simplified privacy settings changes which it hopes will ease pressure regarding user privacy controversies on the social networking site.

Australian company launches world-first 'iPad clothing'

An entrepreneurial Australian company has launched what it calls the world's first "iPad clothing," in time for the international launch of the iPad.

Twitter announces plans to ban in-stream third-party advertising

Twitter has today announced it will no longer allow third-parties to display their own advertisements inside the Twitter stream.

Facebook CEO speaks out on recent privacy issues

In an article in the Washington Post today, Mark Zuckerberg has apologised for the recent privacy issues, saying Facebook is "working hard" to fix make the privacy controls simpler and easier to use.

Twitter launches @anywhere, Twitter integration for site owners

Twitter CEO Ev Williams today announced Twitter's upcoming program, @anywhere, which allows closer interaction with Twitter from any website, with only a couple of lines of pre-prepared code.
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