Aussies love their gadgets. Mobiles phones, MP3 players, notebooks, GPS, if you can carry it, we’ll buy it.
Gadget guru Adam Turner embraces the way of the road warrior, hitting the open highway in search of all things mobile.
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Is the digital photo frame dead?

Adam Turner A digital slideshow on your mantelpiece seems like a great idea, so why are digital photo frames disappearing?


Net neutrality - a debate we can't afford to ignore

House of Cards

Adam Turner What if Telstra throttled access to the iTunes store?

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Foxtel unveils Presto subscription movie service

Iron Man

Adam Turner Will you pay $19.99 p/m for an all-you-can-eat back catalogue of Hollywood movies?

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Broadband 'blackspot' map ignores crumbling copper


Adam Turner If your internet drops out when it rains, don't expect the new-look NBN to rush to your aid.

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Why deny US-style Fair Use copyright laws to Australians?

 Hollywood sign

Adam Turner Why did we gain the restrictions of US copyright law but not the rights?

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Security 101: Top tech tips to stay safe

Internet security

Adam Turner Be smart with your passwords and think beyond your PC, security experts advise.

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Hands on: iTunes Radio


Adam Turner Are you chasing great songs or a certain sound? The answer will determine whether you get satisfaction from iTunes Radio.

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Time to abandon the TV schedule?

Big Bang Theory Sheldon

Adam Turner Network programmers are convinced they're doing a great job. Is it time to sack them?

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Hands on: Fetch TV IPTV box

Fetch TV personal video recorder for free-to-air and subscription IPTV.

Adam Turner Recording free-to-air and pay TV, with minimal monthly fees, makes Fetch TV one of Australia's most attractive lounge room companions.

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Sony abandons North American eBook stores

Sony Reader PRST3BC.

Adam Turner Australian Sony Reader owners could be next in line as Sony transfers US and Canadian Sony Reader owners to rival Kobo.

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Hands on: Ultra HD Sony X9004A TV

Sony's 65-inch X9004A Ultra HD television.

Adam Turner The picture is great, but Sony's 65-inch Ultra HD Bravia still doesn't convince me to jump on the 4K bandwagon.

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HBO screws Australia over Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones

Adam Turner Don't blame Foxtel for signing an exclusive GoT deal, blame HBO for offering it.

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iPads at school, how young is too young?


Adam Turner More kids than ever set off for school with a tablet in their bag this week. Do they need it?

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Google Play movies come to iOS

Iron Man

Adam Turner The Google Play Movies & TV app has finally come to Apple's iTunes store, letting iGadget owners watch movies they've hired or purchased from Google.

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Get ready for the digital TV retune


Adam Turner With Australia's digital switchover complete, it's time to reshuffle the channels to make way for new mobile services.

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Hands on: Parrot MiniDrone at CES 2014

Parrot's MiniDrone quadrocopter on show at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.

Adam Turner Parrot's palm-sized quadrocopter, based on the popular AR.Drone, is one of the hits on this year's CES show floor.

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Ultra HD TVs - when will there be something to watch?

Netflix's UltraHD service on show at the LG stand at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.

Adam Turner CES is abuzz with talk of Ultra HD TVs, but content delivery is still up in the air for Australians.

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Hands on: LG webOS Smart TV at CES

LG's webOS smart TV interface, on show at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.

Adam Turner Coming in from the cold once again, the long-suffering webOS has re-emerged as the new face of LG smart TVs.

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Will you get a visit from the Boxing Day Bunny?


Adam Turner After Santa has come and gone, which tech bargains will you pick up in the post-Christmas sales?

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The internet isn't killing Aussie TV, not yet


Adam Turner Cable cutters failed to put a dent in TV ratings this year, but the writing is on the wall.

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