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Samsung finally gives a sneak peek at its foldable phone

Samsung finally gives a sneak peek at its foldable phone

Company courts developers to tweak Android apps for its new foldable device ahead of expected announcements from its competition.

  • by Jane Lanhee Lee

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How Bill Gates aims to save $300b by reinventing the toilet
Innovation

How Bill Gates aims to save $300b by reinventing the toilet

Bill Gates thinks toilets are a serious business. "I never imagined that I'd know so much about poop," the billionaire philanthropist says.

iPad Pro (2018) review: laptop-killing hardware let down by iOS
Home tech

iPad Pro (2018) review: laptop-killing hardware let down by iOS

The new Pro is so good that I want it to replace my MacBook. But software quirks and a high asking price makes me think twice.

  • by Peter Wells
Seven per cent of NBN customers still on half the speed they pay for
IT networks

Seven per cent of NBN customers still on half the speed they pay for

Latest ACCC broadband report shows things are getting better, but not for everybody.

  • by Tim Biggs
Super Mario's namesake, property developer Mario Segale, dies at 84
Games

Super Mario's namesake, property developer Mario Segale, dies at 84

Segale rented a warehouse near Seattle to Nintendo in the company’s early days, and once berated its president about unpaid rent.

  • by Karen Zraick
It's not your imagination, phone battery life is getting worse
Phones

It's not your imagination, phone battery life is getting worse

If you recently bought a new flagship phone, chances are its battery life is actually worse than an older model.

  • by Geoffrey Fowler
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Spotlight: Are our phones listening in?
Good Weekend

Spotlight: Are our phones listening in?

Shoosh! Our phones might be eavesdropping. You think I'm being paranoid?

  • by Greg Callaghan
Driving into a Google-dependent future
Opinion
Google

Driving into a Google-dependent future

Google's first concern is itself and its clients. But its services are so useful I don't really mind when it screws me.

  • by Crispin Hull
Why most users don't need Apple's new iPad Pros
Analysis
Apple

Why most users don't need Apple's new iPad Pros

The tech giant's latest tablets are more computer-like than ever, but there's another option for people who just want the traditional iPad experience.

  • by Tim Biggs
Let them use Macs: IBM CIO on the importance of giving staff a choice

Let them use Macs: IBM CIO on the importance of giving staff a choice

'This is the tool that people use eight hours a day. And it's important that people feel that we care about that.'

  • by Peter Wells
Aussies among elite Warcraft players duking it out at BlizzCon
eSports

Aussies among elite Warcraft players duking it out at BlizzCon

World of Warcraft is taking off as a competitive esport, and it could just be the perfect event for Australians to excel at.

  • by Alex Manisier