Rumors around the arrival of the new Nexus 7 have been intensifying over the last month. Fresh from Reddit are what looks to be the actual device, someone’s managed to get their hands on one super early. The device pictured looks consistent with several leaks… Read More »New Nexus 7 Leaked Photos – Actual Device and Packaging
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Ultimate Ears have released their latest product, UE BOOM, in Australia. UE BOOM appears to be the world’s first social music player. Featuring 360 degree sound, this wireless media device promises up to 15 hours of use before the batteries need to be recharged. The… Read More »UE BOOM – World’s First Social Music Player
It’s tax time again with plenty of Australian taxpayers that submitted their returns early eagerly awaiting their Notice of Assessment aka tax return. This year’s ATO Tax 2013 app, available on Google Play and the Apple App Store, makes tracking returns extremely easy, all you… Read More »ATO Tax 2013 Mobile App – Check Your Refund Status on the Go
Microsoft have had the Windows 8.1 Preview available for a little while now so I decided to do a quick write up on how to install this onto your Surface RT tablet. The first thing you will want to do is head over to the… Read More »Installing Windows RT 8.1 Preview on Surface RT
According to a recent article by WSJ, Apple’s Asian suppliers are currently testing larger iPad and iPhone screens. It is alleged that recently, Apple have been asking for prototype screens for the iPhone larger than 4 inches and for iPads just under 13 inches. Whilst… Read More »13″ iPads and Larger Than 4″ iPhones on the Way?
Apple developers would have noticed the unavailability of the developer portal over the past few days. Apple have finally released an official statement regarding the outage. Looks like they’ve identified an attempt to access personal information from their developer website. Last Thursday, an intruder attempted… Read More »Apple Developer Portal Hacked – Shutdown Until System Overhaul
If you love Chrome OS and don’t mind playing guinea pig by running beta software, you’ll be happy to hear that the Google team have released Chrome OS beta build 29.0.1537.32. It comes with a range of new features notably better support for Samsung 550… Read More »Chrome OS Beta 29.0.1537.32 Released
NVIDIA has finally confirmed a shipping date of 31st July for its new Android handheld gaming platform called Shield. Shield, a Tegra 4 device, was originally expected back in June but had to be delayed due to production issues. Those that were lucky enough to… Read More »NVIDIA Shield to Ship 31st July 2013
Geeksphone have tweeted the availability of the Firefox OS 1.1 update for Keon. According to Geeksphone forum users, this new build is fairly impressive over the previous version. Improvements as reported by one forum user “coyan” include: All apps have better HD support and… Read More »Firefox OS 1.1 Now Available
Last week, the folk over at FreeNAS, announced the release of FreeNAS 9.1.0 RC1. As the alpha and beta cycle is now officially over, no further enhancements will be provided to this build beyond bug fixes. Major changes: Version 9.1-STABLE of FreeBSD with performance improvements,… Read More »FreeNAS 9.0.1 RC1 Released