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Microsoft invests in rogue Android start-up Cyanogen

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Windows Phone might still be a work in progress but Microsoft is pumping money into a hot start-up trying to weaken Google's hold over Android.

Qantas to trial Samsung VR headsets

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Headsets will be available to customers in Sydney and Melbourne International first class lounges from mid-February, and first class cabins on select A380 flights between Australia and Los Angeles from mid-March.

The new year will bring more than just an Apple Watch

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Now might be a good time to look beyond yet another me-too tablet or smartphone. Here are the tech trends set to grab headlines in 2015.

BlackBerry's app neutrality argument is crazy

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BlackBerrry boss John Chen is muddying the waters with his attempt to equate app neutrality with net neutrality. Here's why.

Five reasons Apple shares could go even higher

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Shares of the tech giant are at a two-month high and here's why they are set to continue their climb.

March of the mini-drones

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They're the ultimate in narcissism and they’re literally taking off. Meet the new drones that are in fact flying selfie sticks.

Apple rules the roost with a rampant iPhone 6

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Apple has posted the biggest quarterly earnings of any company ever. But is it just a one-time sugar rush for the tech giant?

Twitter users can now shoot, edit and post 30-second videos

Giving users the power to share their own videos draws a line under what Twitter does best: Capture the here and now.

Meet the geek's geek running Google's wireless shop

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Known in Silicon Valley as “the other Craig Barratt,” the former CEO of Atheros is on a mission to extend Google's reach via fibre, drones and satellites.

Sony SmartWatch 3: The Walkman gets a new home

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It's official. The legendary Sony Walkman now sits inside a watch on your wrist, not in your pocket or around the waist.

Apple gears up to tackle Spotify

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Tech giant looks to move beyond iTunes, beefs up its music analytics capabilities.

Ingogo beefs up exec team

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Taxi app provider boosts its leadership team with two newly created positions as it plans a nationwide assault and new products in 2015.

The two versions of Microsoft Office

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Microsoft will have two new versions of its popular Office productivity suite by the end of the year: one built for touch, and another geared for traditional mouse-and-keyboard work.

Microsoft goes for broke with Windows 10

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 should be able to convince enterprises and consumers to upgrade from Windows 7 but it's not enough to resuscitate the software giant's ambitions in the mobile space.

REVIEW: Moto X 2.0

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The original Moto X was one of the best Android smartphones around and now Motorola is back with a bigger and more powerful successor.

Laptops for the long haul: Two-day battery life is here

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We demand the impossible from our gadgets but with laptops we're actually getting close to having it all.

Dell XPS 13 Review: Has the MacBook met its match?

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Laptop makers have been playing catch-up with the hardware in Apple’s MacBook Air for some time and it looks like the 2015 version of the XPS 13 just might have the goods.

Google Glass finally cracks

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Google's wearable spectacle was always a product looking for market but is the Glass gone for good?

Android 'tough love' from Google

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Google is no longer fixing problems in anything but their latest (Android 5.0/Lollipop) or second-latest (Android 4.4/Kit Kat) versions, so is it setting up its users for a fall?

Obama sides with Cameron in encryption fight

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US president says police and spies should not be locked out of encrypted smartphones and messaging apps.

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