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Farewell, old friend.
It's becoming far more normal for people to not own televisions, and not just because they're hipsters.
iOS review: Think
It's different, and it’s getting played a lot more than other games on my phone right now.
Are you listening to me?
I was out at the pub the other night and I overheard a friend of mine telling someone about how Facebook is spying on us whenever we post a status update.
Instagram has finally stepped up
You no longer have to have all or nothing, giving you more creative control over how your photo is edited.
Social Networking for the Antisocial - Cloak
Who said social networking can’t be antisocial? There’s a new app claiming to be the antisocial social network, or the social network for those who are antisocial.
Too attached? How important is your smartphone?
No matter how long we have phones or tablets, there are always new articles around the web about how much time we are spending on them.
Facebook relationship status: Ask?
Just don’t reply. Don’t tell people your business if you don’t want to. Your privacy remains uninvaded.
Netflix's coming to NZ - That's right, you heard me...
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s bloody Netflix! Omg I can’t even...
iOS Review: Subway
I stopped having Subway when I jumped on whole bread=fat=death bandwagon, but with it being so accessible to me I decided to give in and see if it’s as amazing as I remember it to be.
Worst films of the year...so far
I’m biased because I cannot stand Zac Efron, but this movie sucked...
iOS review: 100 Balls
100 Balls is a very simple, yet very addicting game. Which is really the best kind of games.
DVD review: The Way Way Back
The Way Way Back is a 2013 coming-of-age film, written and directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash in their directorial debut.
Stop smoking with Quitbit...
Need to quit smoking? There’s new nifty tool out there that could help you out.
Sshh... Twitter doesn't like you
I’m 100% for any service or product that helps block annoying/stupid people from bothering me...
Sssh... I have a Secret
Secret, an anonymous Twitter-like space where users can post any thought or secret they like, without having to own up to it. You can share what you are thinking and feeling with friends, free of judgement.
iOS Review: Domino's Pizza
I’ve used the Hell Pizza app for quite a while now. Probably too long, actually...
Tinder - is it all it's cracked up to be?
It is so boring. I actually don’t know how people use it...
In the spotlight: Spotify
The best thing about Spotify is simply how easy it is to use and how easy it is to get your favourite music, new or old, right on your device.
Save some extra pennies on your next public holiday...
Find out if your favourite restaurant, bar or café adds on the extra 15%...
DVD review: Gravity
I decided I was going to be bored out of my mind. I was very, very wrong.
Film review: Divergent
The thing I don’t understand about these dystopian stories are why the leaders of the new societies are always these crazed luncatics.
iOS review: Match Dots
Easy to use dot matching game where the goal is to make rows of coloured dots...
Taking a look at doomed app downloads...
Here are five apps that start off as a great idea, that you end up never, ever using...
Film Review: Veronica Mars
The film is pretty much a really long Veronica Mars episode. And that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I enjoyed it.