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By Wayne Webb

Girl Sues School Over Facebook Comments

  • Swipe devise free for first six months
  • Ideal for mobile businesses
  • Personalise internal inventory

PayPal has launched PayPal Here, a smartphone application and accessory that turns a mobile phone into a mobile credit card reader.

  • Stores 100 pics
  • Under $20
  • Size of a small matchbox

An interesting little nugget is a Kaiser Baas keyring that is capable of holding up to 100 digital pictures depending on the file size.

By Wayne Webb

Beenox introduces the latest Spider-man adventure, just in time for the releases of the new movie. Check out the trailer.

  • Windows 7 operating system
  • Light in weight
  • Various connectivity options      

Toshiba’s WT200 Windows Tablet is said to offer a fully interactive desktop-style experience when paired with the Toshiba Multi Dock and plugged in to a fu

Review: Kindle Fire14 March 2012

By Wayne Webb

I have heard that the new Kindle Fire is now selling faster than any other tablet save the granddaddy of them all, the iPad. The Kindle Fire only ships to the US at present so I had one delivered to a friend and then sent on to me. It is now my favourite gadget, hands down.

  • View multiple pages
  • Range of new apps
  • Handwriting recognition software

Samsung says its Galaxy Note fits within its own product category, combining the on-the-go features of a tablet while maintaining smartphone functionality.

By Wayne Webb

  • Potential Fire Hazard
  • Power supply needs replacing
  • Sold between May 2010-January 2012

Lenovo’s ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one computer has been put on the recall list by the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC).

By Branko Miletic

Once only used by business, automatic backups are now happening in the suburbs, too. In the past, two of the main roadblocks to setting up automated back-up systems were the cost and not understanding the technology needed to do a back-up.

  • Tells of service usage
  • Offers live chat function
  • Change call settings

Optus today launched a new version of its My Optus app, which will be compatible with the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S/SII and select prepaid handsets with more added

By Wayne Webb

Choplifter was one of the first video games I ever played, way back in the very early days of my gaming history, in 1982 on a Apple IIe. It was a side scrolling line-drawn affair like lunar module lander, but with guns and rescue attempts.

  • App supported by 1000 stores
  • Connects retailers with Consumers
  • Retailers must offer discount

Australian social and mobile technology company FiveO has launched the FiveO App, a mobile retail platform that is designed to deliver custo