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iPad overpriced in Australia?

iPad overpriced in Australia?

It’s long been thought that Australians are paying too much for the latest technology but the news isn’t all bad. Last week Comsec’s ipad price index revealed that Australia is ranks at number 13 out of 51 for the price of the latest iPad with Argentina having the highest price at close to $1000. If however you do feel that[Read More…]

Microsoft office now on your iPad

Microsoft office now on your iPad

Do you use Microsoft Office? Chances are you’ve used it on your PC or Mac over the years, well now Popular office programs like Word, Excel and Powerpoint are now available from the App store for iPad. For those who just want to read word documents and view excel data and powerpoint presentations there’s a free version of those Apps.[Read More…]

XTreme Guard – iPad Mini screen protector takes a beating

XTreme Guard – iPad Mini screen protector takes a beating

I walked into the Harvey Norman store at KNOX in Victoria on Saturday to find someone taking to an iPad mini with a hammer! See below. What you’re seeing here is an iPad Mini with an XTreme Guard protective cover – which is why the screen glass isn’t breaking.  If you’re wondering why the screen cover appears to move around[Read More…]

Bound Round – The travel app for kids

Bound Round – The travel app for kids

Want to get your kids on board for your next trip away? Well there’s an app for that. Bound Round is a new interactive travel guide for iPhone and iPad that’s designed specifically for 8 to 12 year olds leading up to and during a trip away. Launching just last month pre-loaded with 60 destinations the app aims to make[Read More…]

CES reveals Bigger, curvier screens for 2014

CES reveals Bigger, curvier screens for 2014

The 2014 Consumer Electronics show has kicked off in Las Vegas this week with electronics companies from around the globe unveiling their upcoming products for the next 12 months. At the end of the first ‘press day’ I spoke to Stephen Fenech, editor of Techguide.com.au about some of the trends that are already emerging from the show,  which seems to[Read More…]