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Asher Moses

Asher Moses is the Technology Editor for Fairfax Media. He started his own gadget review website more than a decade ago at age 14 and has since written for most of Australia's leading technology publications. He has twice been named Young Australian Online Journalist of the Year by the Walkley Foundation.

TV shows debut on Aussie iTunes Store

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Asher Moses Apple iTunes users in Australia can now buy television shows - a number of which have long been offered for free elsewhere - for the first time at $2.99 each.

Leopard claws into kids' mobile use

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Asher Moses Parents can control their children's Optus mobile phone usage completely using new Australian software.

3G services largely unused: report

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Asher Moses A third of Australian consumers own a 3G-capable phone but two thirds of these do not use the available 3G services, a new report from the Australian Communications and Media Authority has revealed.

Hey, that's my electroencephalograph!

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Asher Moses Donald Brook felt a real sense of deja vu when reading about a new PC headset that allows people to control video games using only the power of their minds.

New game gizmo uses mind control

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Asher Moses An Australian company is gearing up to release a computer headset that allows people to control video games using only the power of their minds.

Low-cost laptop group lands in Australia

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Asher Moses The One Laptop Per Child initiative has set up shop in Australia with a local board planning to lobby State and Federal governments to fund a roll-out into local communities.

Music industry's piracy message out of tune

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Asher Moses Music industry's anti-piracy film sparks an assault by two new media consultants who say record labels must evolve.

Sony customers still waiting for free PS3s

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Asher Moses Sony Bravia LCD TV buyers have been waiting for up to four months for the company to make good on its promise to give them a free PlayStation 3 games console.

Foxtel interrupts prime time

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Asher Moses Poorly timed software update blacks out Foxtel for up to 30 minutes during prime time last night.

Free Sydney WiFi plan bites the dust

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Asher Moses The NSW Government scraps the promised free wireless broadband network for the Sydney CBD.

iPod warning: don't shuffle across the road

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Asher Moses Police launch confronting new campaign urging people to pay attention when crossing the road while using iPods and mobile phones.

Musician 'duped' into anti-piracy video

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Asher Moses An artist featured in a new campaign pushed by the Australian music industry to discourage illegal file sharing and change the public's perception that musicians live like royalty says he was duped...

Grand Theft Auto's anti-hero steals the show

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Asher Moses He's the biggest name in entertainment but you won't find him striding down the red carpet or cavorting with Hollywood starlets under the watchful eye of the paparazzi.

Please don't rip off our music

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Asher Moses Australia's biggest musical acts are crying poor in a new documentary that seeks to discourage people from obtaining music illegally.

Cloud computing takes the 'P' out of PC

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Asher Moses Forget monster hard drives, backing up your PC and shrink-wrapped software - the future of computing is up in the "cloud".

Music piracy ring busted

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Asher Moses Police bust international piracy ring that produced and sold pirated music in a clandestine manufacture and export.

Automaton author writes up a storm

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Asher Moses In less than a decade, Philip Parker has become the most published author in history, with hundreds of thousands of books to his name.

Nokia service tackles iTunes

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Asher Moses Nokia prepares to launch Australia's first subscription music service as it seeks to use its mobile industry clout to topple Apple's iTunes.

3G iPhone release 'imminent'

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Asher Moses Speculation is mounting over an impending release of a new iPhone supporting 3G networks.

Brain cancer fears over heavy mobile phone use

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Asher Moses Top Australian neurosurgeon says the world's heavy reliance on mobile phones could be a greater threat to human health than smoking and even asbestos.