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    Published on 6th September 2013 by

    Another day, another image of what is expected to be the fingerprint sensor in the next iPhone. A over-complex home button assembly is a strong indicator there will be something different about the home button in the next iPhone, and all signs point to a fingerprint sensor used for authentication. Does ...
    Published on 5th September 2013 by

    Who doesn’t have photos that need a little love? Maybe you’d like to remove an object, shadow or person from the background or brighten a dull picture from the last family holiday?

    Released yesterday, the upgraded version MacPhun Software’s popular image-healing Snapheal app, Snapheal Pro will bring joy to your problem photos.

    Snapheal Pro features a clean layout, with which even those unfamiliar with image-editors will come to terms in minutes.

    Users can fix damaged photos, erase unwanted objects and heal skin blemishes with the Erase tool and enhance images with the ...
    Published on 5th September 2013 by

    There's something significant about Apple holding a separate media event in China on September 11, the day after their event in Cupertino where it's expected they'll announce new iPhone hardware as well as general availability of iOS 7. There's a special event slated to happen in Beijing, and, correct ...
    Published on 4th September 2013 by

    Just like that, Apple's rumoured September 10th event is rumoured no more. Apple has confirmed the event overnight, sending out invites to an even that "should brighten everyone's day". The event is expected to be purely about new iPhones and iOS 7 — iPads miss out this time ...
    Published on 3rd September 2013 by

    We are consuming more data than ever before and with a larger demand for mobile connections, new technology is arriving with wider range and faster transfer speeds.

    One of these is a faster Wi-Fi standard, 802.11ac. Already appearing in Apple’s latest MacBook Airs and Time Capsules, it has a big chance of appearing in the next-generation of MacBook Pro and Mac Pro computers.

    So, what is 802.11ac?

    Thankfully NETGEAR Australia and New Zealand vice president and managing director, Brad Little was able to answer a few of our questions.

    When do you think 802.11ac will be ratified?

    It’s difficult to say exactly ...
    Published on 3rd September 2013 by

    The commentary surrounding Nintendo's 2DS is especially fascinating, not only because almost everyone believes Nintendo should give up their hardware and just focus on making great games for a variety of platforms, but also because of the similarities people see between Apple and Nintendo. John Gruber ...
    Published on 2nd September 2013 by

    MacTalk is proud to announce MacTalk Live!, a new, Apple-centric event being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on Friday, 13 September.

    The live and interactive event aims to educate consumers and small to medium business owners on Mac productivity-driving innovations.

    The event, running from 8.30am till 5pm, features nine small and intimate ...
    Published on 2nd September 2013 by

    Both the gold and graphite shells of the upcoming iPhone 5S have been shown on video, including a comparison with their iPhone 5 counterparts. True to Apple's previous "S" iteration, the changes between the generations are mostly minor: the purported 5S casings have a slightly ...
    Published on 30th August 2013 by

    AppleCare support employees have begun their training on iOS 7, which suggests that the release of iOS 7 is not too far away. Apple requires all support employees to have a total understanding of iOS and the various troubleshooting steps, and this time around they're also requiring OS X and Mac employees ...
    Published on 29th August 2013 by

    It’s fair to say that Apple Maps was one of the biggest disasters for Apple in 2012. As I predicted, it hasn’t turned out to be the tragedy that many pundits were predicting.

    Let’s recap. Apple released its own mapping app with iOS 6. While the Maps app was beautiful to use, the underlying data service that it accessed was far from accurate. On a number of occasions I used it and was taken in completely the wrong direction!

    Not long after iOS 6 appeared, Google unveiled a ...

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