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7 astounding things you won’t believe are covered by travel insurance
6 unhealthy foods to avoid
Does selective hearing really exist?
Eye care boot camp: back-to-basics everyday health tips
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5 of the best hairstyles to make you look younger
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Meet the freegans and dumpster divers. They turn (your) trash into treasure
Will your retirement savings be enough?
Why you need to appoint a power of attorney now
3 gadgets to make your TV better
5 more great e-books under $5
The rise of the “grandtechies”
90-year-old nanna loves learning about tech
Space Odyssey-inspired robot that will do your laundry
3 handy websites to spark your inner artist
How to use your smartphone to read foreign languages
How social media is changing the way we eat
Social media is rapidly changing the way we eat and drink. We’ve looked at the forces driving this strange phenomenon, and ponder about what’s next.
How much digital media is OK for kids?
In today's media-saturated world, nearly every kid has mastered the smartphone or tablet. But how much digital media is OK for kids?
How to take a screenshot
The real effect of social media
5 ways your smartphone can save you time
How connecting online can prevent depression
4 internet tips to make your life better
Make sure you’re getting the most out of your internet experience with these nifty tips and tricks.
What to do to when you lose unsaved documents
If you’ve ever lost any unsaved documents, here’s what you can do to salvage it before you lose it forever.
5 tips to get the most out of Firefox browser
The 11 words to get a telemarketer off the phone
5 secrets of Google Maps
How to use Siri on your iPhone and iPad
Why your phone might stop working December 1
On December 1st, the Telstra 2G network will officially be shut down. Here’s what you can expect to happen to your mobile phone as a result of this move.
Hold your phone in this hand for a better signal
New research from Aalborg University has suggested that some phones perform better when held in one hand rather than the other. See how it works here.
Vinyl is making a big comeback
5 common smartphone myths busted
How to make text bigger on your smartphone
7 useful Facebook settings you may not know about
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