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Half of teens and tweens have engaged in risky online behaviour according to a survey undertaken by cyber security firm McAfee. 50% of those surveyed had shared content they deemed risky and 48% have chatted or live tweeted with someone they don't know, a 19% jump from 2013. Almost one in five have met someone in person that they've only known online first.

Bose has filed a lawsuit against soon-to-be-Apple-owned headphone manufacturer, Beats Electronics. The lawsuit accuses Beats Electronics of infringing patents related to Bose noise cancellation technology, citing the Beats Studio and Studio Wireless as offending devices. Bose alleges that Beats has infringed on 50 years of research, development and engineering of noise cancellation techniques.

While the Kogan Agora 4G doesn't quite hold up in terms of value against the flagship phones it is being pitted against, it's a different story when it comes to its budget 4G competitors. Enter the Nokia Lumia 635 and the Moto G 4G. These two devices are among the cheapest 4G smartphones on the market, priced at $279 and $299 respectively.

This morning on the Today Show, the latest jewel in Ruslan Kogan's discount crown was unveiled: the cheapest 4G smartphone available in Australia. Known as the Agora 4G, the phone will retail for $229 and has gone on presale today (it will ship beginning August 5), taking on the price of Kogan's previous Android phone, the Agora HD+.

It's not easy being a parent in the 21st century; as fantastic as technology is, it can also make parenting harder. I don't know about you, but I certainly don't think an eight year old should have a smartphone, at least, unbridled access to a smartphone. Well, an eight year old really shouldn’t have unrestricted access to anything; we enforce their curfews, we limit the number of sweets they had a day, and how much TV they watch, so why not their phones? The same principles should apply to any connected devices that they may have, I should add, as a privilege.

The Commonwealth Games are now in full swing, and they're pretty good motivation for getting fit. Fitness trackers are some of the hottest devices on the market right now, so unsurprisingly, there's plenty to choose from. To make things easier, we've put together a list of a few our favourite fitness tracking devices!

Apple this week announced its quarterly earnings, reporting revenue of USD$37.4 billion and net profit of USD$7.7 billion. The iPhone is still Apple's strongest product, selling 35.2 million units, and responsible for over half of the giant's revenue for the quarter.

Instagram appear to have accidentally posted a link to its new "one tap photo messaging" app, Bolt, inside Instagram for Android. Tapping the "free" button led to an error page in the Google Play Store store.

Microsoft today released the first trailer for its live action Halo series produced by Ridley Scott and penned by Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring. Known as Halo: Nightfall, the series takes place between Halo 4 and the upcoming Halo 5 and appears to revolve around a new character known as Jameson Locke.

When you're watching the Commonwealth games this year and you fire off a tweet or status update, it's all being aggregated and managed by an Australian company. While you might not have heard of them, Stackla have everyone from Qantas to SBS to Department of Immigration to the NRL to Coldplay using their services to manage their fans' social engagement!

Marvel is offering customers a month of access to its Marvel Unlimited service for just 99 cents. A monthly subscription's regular cost is USD$9.99 per month, which includes unlimited access to over 15,000 digital comics spanning Marvel's 75 year history. Featured heroes include Iron Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Spiderman and Thor.

Xiaomi, affectionately referred to as the Chinese Apple, have announced the Mi Band, a USD$13 fitness band. While the band doesn't have a screen, it tracks activity and sleep, and can also act as an alarm clock.

Uber today announced that they are bringing a native version of their app to Windows Phone. Previousl,y Windows Phone users were able to access the luxury car service through an unoptimised mobile site.

Software giant Microsoft have shown off their sillier side with Click It and I Note It, a parody of LMFAO's hit song Sexy and I Know It. Click it and I Note It is a two minute music video promoting the Surface Pro 3's integration with OneNote, and features lyrics such as "This is how I work, kickstand out I'm on the go".

Apple has started taking registration for the public beta of OS X Yosemite, the latest version of their operating system. Eager participants will receive instructions on how to install Apple's latest and greatest as early as tomorrow.

We were pretty impressed by the G Watch in our recent review, but we understand why some aren't yet sold on the idea of smartwatches. It's always feels a bit risky buying a completely new product without being able to see it in a store first, and for some, the $259 price tag might be too much for a wearable device.

Microsoft have been the underdog in the smartphone sector for a while now, but their recent purchase of Nokia suggests they are determined to shake things up. The Nokia Lumia 930 is Microsoft's latest flagship phone, one of their first devices released since the acquisition, and one of the first devices released to run Windows Phone 8.1. Microsoft may consider the 930 to be their latest and greatest, but how does it stack up against the competition in this David versus Goliath battle?

Hacking is a word often associated with cyber-crime, data theft and exploitation; but this is not the term's only use. "In development, a hacker is someone who hacks something together quickly, they bash something together very fast", explained John Lunn, Senior Global Director of PayPal and organiser of international hackathon, BattleHack.

Welcome to this week's Weekly App Roundup! Each week we'll be shining a light on the latest and greatest apps available for your phones and tablets. This week we're taking a look at four free apps; whether you're on Windows Phone, Android or iOS, there's something here for everyone today!

Telstra today announced their plans to shut down their 2G (GSM) network by the end of 2016. The announcement was made via a blog post from Mike Wright, Telstra's Group Managing Director of Networks. In the post, Wright said that "2G traffic accounts for less than 1 per cent of our total network traffic", and that Telstra have "not sold a 2G phone for several years".

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