Melbourne Might Finally Get Some Decent Public Transport Apps Now

Can you hear that, Melbourne? It’s the sound of developers rushing to put the State Government’s recently released public transportation dataset into a decent public transport app you can use!


Cut Through The Noise On Twitter With TweetDeck's Engagement Filter

With 500 million tweets sent into the ether every day, it can be difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff on Twitter. This is one of the areas where power-user-tool-of-choice TweetDeck can lend a hand. It includes an engagement filter to let you focus in on high-profile tweets and cut out the less important ones. Here’s how to set it up.


Finally, Gmail's Android App Can Show All Your Accounts In One Inbox

Gmail just got a lot better on Android devices. Finally, after years of gripes, you can finally look at all of your email accounts at once with a new unified inbox. It even looks prettier too!


Microsoft's New Spartan Browser Is Taking Its First Step Into The Wild

As Windows 10 inches ever closer to its summer release, Microsoft’s been adding new features piecemeal to the preview version of its next-generation operating system, and this may be the biggest update yet. Microsoft’s brand-new browser, Spartan, is about to get its first taste of open internet.


Meet The Guy Who Makes Apps For Ghost Hunters 

We don’t usually think of talking to ghosts as a high-tech activity. But one guy is making a living off of ghost hunting apps, and his story from homelessness to app entrepreneur is actually pretty extraordinary.


Use Skype And A Webcam To Keep An Eye On Your Home From Anywhere

Skype’s best known for video and audio calling, and even a bit of old-school instant messaging, but there are plenty of other uses for it. One of these alternative uses is to set up a free, instant access home monitoring system that you can launch from your office or your vacation whenever you like. Here’s how to set one up.


The Samsung Galaxy S6 Has As Much Bloatware As Ever

You know the rumours about how the Galaxy S6 would have dramatically less bloatware? How a bunch of the Samsung apps would be deletable if not completely optional? Yeah, not true. It’s a bummer, but the Galaxy S6 has as much bloatware as ever.


You Can Now Install Twitter's Answer To Meerkat, Periscope

Since Meerkat hit the App Store in early March, Twitter’s own version, known as Periscope, has been hotly anticipated. From today, the live video streaming app is available on iOS.


An App That Turns Your Texts To Songs Is A Wonderful Disaster

What if the worst possible text messages you could receive were delivered as singing telegrams? We decided to use an app that turns text into song to find out.


Set Your Dropbox Links To Expire For Safer File Sharing

A few months ago, Dropbox added the ability to add expiration dates to the shared links you send out to let others get at your files and folders. Even if you’re very trusting of your friends and colleagues, it’s a good idea to apply this setting to all of the links you share. If someone else’s computer or device is compromised, the files you’ve shared will still be viewable. Here’s how to get the feature activated.


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