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The Australian Minister Who Wants You Not To Download 'The LEGO Movie' Has Already Seen It In Australia
The LEGO Movie is awesome! Or at least, we think so. Everyone in the world will see it before one of the world’s most notorious pirate-happy nations (Australia, for those playing at home), which may very well lead to The LEGO Movie being the most downloaded film of the year. Attorney-General George Brandis wants you to stop downloading stuff, and plans to re-introduce three-strike laws to do it. Think he can empathise with you, the people, that Australia gets film and TV releases last? Don’t: turns out he’s already seen it.
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Some good news for Australian Nintendo fans keen on getting their hands on Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U console – the Japanese gaming giant has promised that the next-next generation gaming system will launch in in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia this year.
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Ikea’s Expedit shelving system is as popular a piece of furniture as you’re ever likely to find, but the open square look is a like leaving your window open for strangers to look at your stuff. Fortunately, New York designer Shane Kealey discovered that the empty squares are about the same size as record covers, and developed the Recordit! system to fill in the gaps.
There’s something in the water in Adelaide. I don’t know what it is exactly, but after watching this prologue video to an upcoming TV show from independent Aussie filmmakers Epic Films, I’m beginning to think I wants some.
It’s time to ditch those tedious moving parts in your laptops hard drive and stick a high capacity SSD in there. This Crucial M4 offers half a terabyte of storage with a 6Gbps SATA connection for super fast transfer speeds. For $665 including shipping, your laptop and work efficiency will thank you. [B&H Photo Video via OzBargain]
The move to Windows Phone 7 has been a difficult one for Nokia. Even though the switch was announced almost a year ago, handsets have been sparse, although well received in the few regions around the world they have launched. But that hasn’t halped the bottom line, with the Finnish giant losing one billion Euros in the final quarter of 2011.
Like saving money? Then it’s probably best not to download the new Steam app for iOS and Android, which lets you not only chat with Steam friends, read the latest gaming news and browse groups and profiles, but will keep you informed on those awesome Steam sales.
The 30-pin dock connector used by all iOS devices is old and dated. Sure there’s a thriving ecosystem of peripherals out there that use the connection, but given the elegance of the devices, the dock feels clunky. But that could all change soon, with Apple applying for a patent that would bring it Magsafe connector technology to its iOS devices.