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A look back at the greatest video games released this year, from epic space adventures to abstract indie puzzle games and beyond.
Ben Grubb 6:56 AM His phone was used by a thief for two months, racking up a $5000 bill, but telco would never return his calls
James 'DexX' Dominguez 2014 was an interesting year on the business side of video gaming. Here is our list of the companies that are riding high, and the ones hoping to do better next year.
Brian X. Chen A jury has decided that Apple did not use software to block songs sold by competing music stores from playing on the iPod so that it could secure a monopoly over the digital music market.
Ben Grubb Telstra has paid a penalty of $102,000 following the issue of an infringement notice by the competition regulator in relation to a recent iPhone 6 advertisement.
David Barboza Chinese manufacturers are expected to export more than 300 million e-cigarettes this year, but initial confusion over how to categorise the new products means there is virtually no regulatory oversight of a chaotic industry rife with counterfeiting.
After a 14-year ban on game consoles was dropped earlier this year, Microsoft was quick to attempt to capitalise. Now Sony is following suit, preparing to launch a localised version of its PlayStation 4 in January.
Hannah Francis More Pirate Bay replicas pop up, but the official site is nowhere to be seen.
Ben Grubb Taxi and private hire car app Uber will offer free rides out of Sydney's CBD on Monday following criticism for charging passengers more than four times the usual rate while a siege is underway at Martin Place and the city is in lockdown.
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Megan Levy and Marissa Calligeros The year's strongest meteor shower streaked across the skies on Sunday night - not that Sydneysiders