Adam Turner The Kindle Fire is finally available in Oz, but has Google's Nexus 7 stolen its thunder?
Adam Turner Has Google waited too long to jump into the subscription music market?
Adam Turner It's easy to bypass geoblocking, but how do you pay for US-only services?
Anick Jesdanun A free Windows 8 update to address complaints with Microsoft's new operating system will be made available later this year.
Adam Turner A child-friendly, cut-price Kobo might be just the e-book reader you've been looking for.
Adam Turner Will we deem copyright protection a failed experiment?
Anick Jesdanun Some possible solutions to common complaints and confusion with the Windows 8 operating system.
Michael Liedtke Microsoft is retooling Windows 8 to address complaints and confusion that have been blamed for deepening a slump in PC sales.
Bleeding Edge Removing unwanted 'emotionally attached' software from computers can be hard work.
Adam Turner It is possible to free yourself from the restrictions of the big three tech giants.
Adam Turner Will Foxtel's grip on foreign dramas drive subscriptions, or simply drive more people to piracy?
David Pogue They may be slick but the latest hybrids may not be worth the price.
Imaging The latest Retina MacBook Pro has minuses but plenty of ticks.
Adam Turner Exclusive content deals are Samsung's latest weapon in the gadget wars.
Adam Turner Average speeds plunged 23 per cent last year, but can you trust Akamai's figures?
Adam Turner Quickflix abandons disc-only plans as the streaming war hots up.
Adam Turner Who will pay to watch Superman reruns from the 1950s?
Adam Turner Tony Abbott says 25-Mbps NBN speeds are "more than enough" for the average household, perhaps cementing his place in the Short-sighted Hall of Fame.
Bleeding Edge Web-browsers are perhaps the world's most effective vector for crime and public mischief.
Adam Turner Facebook declares all your home screens are belong to Zuck.