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Samsung Galaxy S6 Parody Out Already

Want the new Samsung Galaxy S6? Don’t even think about buying one until you have watched this hilarious Sex Edge-ucation parody video!


Ericsson Is Suing To Block Sales Of iPhones In The US

Ericsson has announced that it’s filing seven new lawsuits in a US court against Apple for infringing its patents — and it’s asking the US International Trade Commission to block iPhones from sale too.


SanDisk iXpand Drive For iOS: Australian Review

Picked up a 16GB iPhone or iPad and realised you can’t store much on it? Time to pick up one of the best after-market storage gadgets we’ve seen in recent memory: the Sandisk iXpand Drive for iPhone and iPad.


This Is Allegedly How People Hack App Store Rankings In China

It’s become hard to manipulate App Store rankings, with Apple increasingly stamping out contributions made by bots. But what if you have a huge bank of iPhones to make (seemingly) legitimate contributions?


Watch This Australian-Italian Nonna Adorably Try To Use Siri

Video: This Nonna trying to use Siri is quite possibly the cutest thing ever.


All The Fun Of Disposable Cameras, Without A Trip To The Photography Shop

Back before the days of selfie-sticks, or selfies or even the concept of front-facing cameras, humanity had plastic disposable cameras. You’d shoot your 20 photos, take it to the photography shop, rewind the film — yes, film — and walk out with 20 blurry holiday snaps of your own. WhiteAlbum is an app that’s trying to bring that experience back, but without having to pay a visit to a printer.


The Nunchuck iPhone Case You Never Knew You Needed Until Just Now

The smartphone is the ultimate tool for fiddling around when you should be doing anything but. And when you get tired of all your apps, games, and social networks, this wonderful sliding, hinged iPhone case turns your device into a makeshift set of nunchucks — or nunchaku.


Apple Pay May Launch Internationally By March

Since November, the rest of the world has been forced look on with mild annoyance and jealousy as Americans have paid for stuff with fingerprints (and a $US600 phone). But according to a report from 9to5Mac, the days of having to key in a PIN — ugh — are numbered.


Are There Any Surprises In Flickr's Camera Stats For 2014?

Thanks to EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) metadata, it’s not hard to find out which camera was used to take a photo, the date and even the settings used. This includes not only digital SLRs, but smartphones as well. With this information available, image-sharing site Flickr was able to figure out the most popular brands and devices its users have been wielding over the past year.


This Curvy Flash Drive Hides Behind Your iPhone So It's Less Intrusive

If you’re regretting your decision to save a few hundred bucks on your iPhone or iPad by opting for the smaller 16GB model, there are ways to boost your smartphone’s storage capacity. But because swapping in a larger microSD card just isn’t an option in the Apple world, you’ll have to settle for an external storage solution. And while there are lots of Lightning-friendly flash drives already on the market, the iBridge from Leef features a clever curvy design that wraps around behind your device in an attempt to be less intrusive.