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Windows Phone market share hits double digits in UK and France
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BlackBerry ripped itself apart wooing CIOs AND iPhone fanbois -
Touchscreens fondled while RIM burned

DEAD STEVE JOBS kills Apple bounce patent from BEYOND THE GRAVE
Biz tyrant's iPhone bragging ruled prior art

EU move to standardise phone chargers is bad news for Apple
Faster than a speeding glacier but still more powerful than Lightning

Rare gold iPhone 5s goes up against 50 caliber high precision rifle
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 region-locking saga CLEAR AS MUD
Sammy: 'We only region-lock at activation.' Users: 'Then why don't my
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Redmond expands fanboi trade-in program to include iPhones
Swap your unloved Apple kit for unloved Microsoft products

Apple tackles iPhone lock-up cockup with iOS 7.0.2
Flaw allowed cads to finger fanbois' private pics

Travel much? DON'T buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 3
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Fan whips out own pair of iPhone 32Cs, 'unlocks' mobe using breasticle
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There's ONE country that really likes the iPhone 5c as well as the 5s
Device designed for 'emerging markets' top pick in blighted Blighty,
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Push to get connected may soon be cleared for takeoff

The use of electronic devices during takeoff and landing on planes is being considered in the US but will Australia follow suit? Ben Grubb reports.

Top stories

Cheap iOS 7 data calls a threat to telcos

The home screen of an Apple Inc. iPhone 5 operating iOS 6, left, and an iPhone 5C operating iOS 7 is displayed in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013. Buying memory to store more photos, videos and applications on a smartphone costs most consumers about $50. For Apple Inc. customers, it costs four times more than that. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
LUCY BATTERSBY | A new calling feature in Apple's latest operating system threatens billions of dollars of revenue that network operators such as Telstra, Optus and Vodafone receive from mobile voice calls.

PlayStation Vita TV: consoles just got smarter

A model holds a Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) portable video game player at the Tokyo Game Show 2013 in Chiba, Japan, on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. The Tokyo Game Show runs till Sept. 22. Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg
ADAM TURNER | The PS Vita TV will be a draw for home-entertainment lovers in the battle for console supremacy.

Google Glass AFL app very futuristic

A screen shot of the Telstra AFL app for Google Glass for when the device eventually launches.
Lucy Battersby | Telstra 'launches' AFL app for Google Glass, despite the wearable computing device not being available to consumers for at least another season.

Put down that phone and enjoy your holiday, tourism operators beg

MARISSA CALLIGEROS | So fed up are Queensland tourism operators with visitors who are preoccupied with their smartphones they have developed a smartphone code of conduct.

How to get the old Gmail compose screen back

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BEN GRUBB | Gmail forced 425 million users onto a new compose interface, but you can get the old one back.

Victims push for laws to end online revenge porn

Marianna Taschinger, who is suing a website focusing on what has become known as revenge porn, and her ex-boyfriend who used the site to post nude images of her, at her home in Groves, Texas, Sept. 6, 2013. California lawmakers have now passed the first law aimed at revenge sites, but will make only some forms of posting a misdemeanor punishable by jail time or a hefty fine. (Michael Stravato/The New York Times)
Posting explicit images of former sexual partners can ruin lives, yet mostly goes unpunished. But the law may be catching up with technology.

Control how you're tracked online

Four simple steps to control the wide-scale tracking of your internet activity.

Charge your smartphone by walking, running

EXERCISE IN GOOD SCIENCE: Dr Thomas McKay and Iain Anderson are trying to harness electricity from your running shoes as you work out.
Simon Day 10:20am | Charging your mobile phone battery may soon be little more than a walk in the park.

Control-alt-delete was a mistake, says Bill Gates

Bill Gates has admitted the control-alt-delete command used to log on to PCs was a mistake.

Why do Apple fans queue?

Alejandro de Rosa (R) and Melisa Racineti of Buenos Aires, Argentina pose with their new Apple iPhone 5s phones with Apple employee Jay at the Apple Retail Store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York September 20, 2013. Apple Inc's newest smartphone models hit stores on Friday in many countries across the world, including Australia and China.    REUTERS/Adrees Latif   (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
For many, it's a baffling phenomenon.

Disadvantaged and disconnected in a digital divide

MS sufferer Michael Dalli struggles to afford the internet due to his disability.
Daniella Miletic | A report has painted a bleak picture of low-income earners' ability to get online.

Telcos target global roaming, but which is best?

Don't get reamed by Aussie data roaming fees! Here's how to travel smart and stay connected on your next business trip.
We've all heard the horror stories. Some poor sod returns from a brief trip overseas to a mobile phone bill running to tens of thousands of dollars.

'Faces of Facebook' on one page

8:00am | The profile pictures of all Facebook users have been brought together on a single page that would take more than 36 years to look through .

Xbox SmartGlass v PlayStation App

ADAM TURNER | Rather than compete against your hand-held gadgets, the next generation of game consoles wants to work with them.

Apple Maps directs drivers to Alaska airport runway

An Alaskan airport has closed an aircraft access route due to a glitch in Apple Maps that directs drivers up to an active runway.

Whale app comes out of the blue

Blue Whale
Smartphones, which have already revolutionised world communications, are on track to save whales.

Japanese glasses translate foreign menus as you read

A staff member of NTT DoCoMo Inc wears a head-mounted
9:57am | Augmented reality glasses that can translate a menu in real time have been unveiled at a Japanese gadget fair.

Scientists build working carbon nanotube computer

Max Shulaker a grad student at Stanford University shows off the new material used to make new computers on Monday August 19, 2013 at the Stanford School of Engineering.  ( Photo by Norbert von der Groeben )
Engineers have built the first computer made entirely of carbon nanotubes - a big step in the quest for faster, smaller electronics.

Google introduces new 'Hummingbird' search algorithm

Google's 'Hummingbird' search algorithm
Google has quietly retooled the closely guarded formula running its internet search engine.

Samsung to unveil smartphone with curved screen

Samsung are set to unveil a smartphone with a curved screen - a technological innovation aimed at maintaining its lead in a lucrative but increasingly saturated market.

Old iPhone is Apple's new cheap iPhone, says CEO Tim Cook

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - OCTOBER 14: An Apple Store customer looks at the new Apple iPhone 4Gs on October 14, 2011 in San Francisco, United States. The new iPhone 4Gs went on sale today and features a faster dual-core A5 chip, an 8MP camera that shoots 1080p HD video, and a voice assistant program.   Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/AFP
Apple CEO Tim Cook says his company's strategy at the lower end of the market hasn't changed: the new cheap phone is the old iPhone 4s.

Facebook adds edit post feature

SAN ANSELMO, CA - MAY 09: The Facebook website is displayed on a laptop computer on May 9, 2011 in San Anselmo, California. An investigation by The Pew Research Center found that Facebook has become a player in the news industry as the popular social media site is driving an increasing amount of traffic to news web sites. (Photo Illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/AFP
Facebook users can now edit posts after they've been published.

Apple unveils faster iMacs ahead of OSX Mavericks

Apple has upgraded its iMacs with a faster processor, among other improved features.

YouTube to clean up comments

Rego Korosi
YouTube is taking steps to bring more important and useful comments to the fore, and to let the channel owner automatically delete comments with certain words.

Telstra warned over global roaming bills slug

Flagfall: Some users abroad were overcharged.
ADAM TURNER | The Australian Communications and Media Authority has let Telstra off with a warning.

Camera review: Nikon D7100 DSLR

Nikon D7100 DSLR.
IMAGING | During the past 10 years we have owned more cameras than any sensible person needs.

Home theatre systems: getting picky about sound

B&W MT-55.
SIGHT AND SOUND | It's usually when buying their second home-cinema system that people start getting picky about sound.

Cracks in Windows 8

Metro-active: Windows 8 divides users.
BLEEDING EDGE | In our experience, Windows 8 might have been better named 'Windows Wait'.

Smart cities: citizens come to their sensors

Santander, Spain An old port city on Spain's Atlantic coast.By Lauren Frayer
Lauren Frayer | An old port city on Spain's Bay of Biscay has emerged as a prototype for high-tech smart cities worldwide.

Charity begins on the smartphone

Shout for Good.
Cynthia Karena | Shout for Good offers an easy opportunity to be generous to others as we sip our coffee.

Rodney Hyett: Australian Beach Girl Calendar's new wave

<i>Australian Beach Girl Calendar</i>.
IMAGING | For 2014, for the first time, the human form is the dominant feature in Hyett's photographs.



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