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Ben Grubb is the deputy technology editor of smh.com.au, theage.com.au, brisbanetimes.com.au and watoday.com.au
Ben Grubb Apple Watch pre-orders begin April 10 at 5pm . Here, an Apple employee runs us through some of its features during a fitting.
Ben Grubb RAW VISION: "this is just the first step in the process" says Michael Bradley, the lawyer representing Dallas Buyers Club in landmark piracy case.
Ben Grubb Deputy technology editor Ben Grubb reviews the Samsung Gear Live smartwatch.
Ben Grubb Selfie sticks, dubbed "wands of narcissism", targetted.
From Tumbarumba to beyond: It's blast off for Aussie Chris Boshuizen's satellite start-up Planet Labs
Ben Grubb Chris Boshuizen, an Australian physicist from country NSW, who previously worked at NASA, hopes to one day be able to count every tree on Earth.
Ben Grubb The satellite service used in an attempt to help find missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370 says it stands ready to search for AirAsia flight QZ 8501.
Ben Grubb Navid Sobbi explains what a treasure trove of information your phone can be and how to protect your information.
Ben Grubb Drones are being used widely for many good reasons, but they are also a favourite tool for more unruly groups - pranksters and troublemakers.
Ben Grubb The head of Australia's largest technology research operation NICTA resigned on Friday due to "differences of opinion" with the board over the lab's future, following funding cuts by the Abbott...
Ben Grubb A must-have item, or just one for the Apple fan boys and girls? Fairfax's deputy technology editor Ben Grubb looks over the new phone's credentials.
Ben Grubb How will Apple's new devices be received by users spoilt for choice? Technology editors Ben Grubb and Stephen Hutcheon weigh in.
Ben Grubb Is this photo an alien or dinosaur thigh bone on Mars, as some conspiracy theorists have suggested?
Ben Grubb Customers of budget internet service providers Dodo and ClubTelco across Australia were left without a stable internet connection for at least 12 hours on Monday after technical issues caused...
Ben Grubb Attorney-General George Brandis struggles to explain the government's proposed metadata retention laws in a Sky News TV interview before pulling out of public appearance.
Ben Grubb New privacy laws might be needed to protect against a wave of drones, according to a federal parliamentary committee.
Ben Grubb The operators of a drone involved in injuring an athlete in a West Australian triathlon have been referred to the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.
Ben Grubb The consumer watchdog is taking legal action in the Federal Court against an Australian cleaning company it says was involved in posting fake testimonials about its business on the internet.
Ben Grubb The Tax Office has confirmed Australians will be required to sign up for online myGov accounts when lodging their tax returns electronically this year.
Ben Grubb Proposed changes would mean less rights for consumers with fixed phone lines, consumer body says.
Ben Grubb Vodafone says there is "no way" history will repeat itself when it comes to the network problems the telco faced in 2010.