IT’S the dating app that everyone seems to be on, though few want to admit they’re on. As much fun as it may be, it’s important to put your safety first. Marina Solomon offers some essential tips.
IT’S a case of fashion meets food with these unreal iPhone cases! ShopJoy is giving away two of these sushi-themed cases worth $59.90 each. Marina Solomon has the details on how you can win.
LOOKING to switch to a new phone provider? Comobile may just be your answer! Five lucky people stand to win mobile or data-only plans in this exciting giveaway!
LOOKING to get an Australian apprenticeship, certificate or degree? Faridah Wu examines an online catalogue that promises to simplify comparisons between private institutions.
RELIVE childhood simplicity this holiday season with retro arcade games for your smartphones! Fedora Gracia reviews two new contributions from Australian indie developer Hovel Games.
WITH an increasing number of international students seeking disability support services, Faridah Wu reviews the new ‘Out & About’ app that helps people with mobility issues plan their days out on the town.
REMEMBER the days when we carried our MP3 players, cameras, and cell phones all in different pockets? Those days are now long gone – any smartphone owner can listen to music, text, and take great photographs. Zanardy Annuar shares some tips on how we can make the most of our camera phones.
THE days of buying the newest iPhone or Samsung Galaxy could be over as Motorola unveils plans for a custom built smartphone. Grant Roberts explores the concept and if people will be willing to make the change.
EVER had your assignments marked down for incorrect citations? Faridah Wu reviews the University of Melbourne’s new FAIR app and navigates the thorny issue of academic integrity.
PLANNING your revision schedule or gearing up for a summer unit? Fedora Gracia reviews iOrganizer, a new productivity tool for stressed-out students to keep it together.
ASPIRING game designers and game enthusiasts take note. Leading international independent games festival iFEST is descending upon Melbourne again this year, and will be bigger and better, and free for everyone. Carene Chong tells you just how much bigger and better.
EARLIER this year, Facebook was legally required to disclose some of its users’ private information to various governments around the world. What are some of the implications? Regina Karis reports.