Mark Hughes

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Mark Hughes is a director at TechGeek. Passionate for technology, startups, and software development.

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Disney Fans Rejoice! Disney Guitar, Launches Today On Calm App!

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It has been a stressful few months, so why not calm down with instrumental versions of classic Disney songs from Disney Music Group’s Disney Peaceful Piano album series and playlist, which was released earlier this year before Disney Guitar. These are now available on Calm, an app for sleep, meditation and relaxation, where users can now drift off to sleep with these peaceful piano lullabies of Disney classics in the […]

Is Apple announcing Apple Glasses at WWDC 2020?

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It is rumoured that Apple has a secret research unit comprising hundreds of different employees working on Augment Reality and Virtual Reality, exploring ways the emerging technologies could be used in Apple products.

Epic Games reveals Unreal Engine 5 running on PlayStation 5

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Dang! Unreal Engine 5 has just been unveiled Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney, the original creator of Unreal Engine in 1995. Heres what we know. Audio System The Audio System in Unreal Engine has been giving a lot of love. Using Convolution Revere to measure reverberation characteristics of real spaces (they used real caves) and reproduced them in virtual environments. From this we’re getting incredible sound that we’ve never heard […]

Australia To Become 5G World Leader

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A Parliament-first inquiry into 5G mobile technology in Australia tabled its report in the House yesterday. Committee Chair Dr David Gillespie says the inquiry saw the need for 5G to connect Australia and allow for a wave of innovation and opportunities not seen before “The Committee heard that Australia has the opportunity to be a 5G world leader. “ How Australia will get there The committee has agreed that the following recommendations have […]

REVIVED: Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 1 and 2 is back!

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Get excited old fans, and new fans, because the first two games in the critically acclaimed Tony Hawk™ Pro Skater™ franchise – TonyHawk’s™ Pro Skater™ and Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 2 – are returning fully remastered and in one awesome package. Ready to jump back to when life was easier? The games will be back and will blend original levels, classic pro skaters, old-school tricks, iconic songs from the original […]

Singapore Ahead Of Fight Against Coronavirus Cyberthreats with Acronis

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If you’re working digitally during the current pandemic, you have probably seen the increase in spam. Unless of course, if your company uses Acronis, you’re probably seeing none. Singapore’s Unicorn Acronis released the world’s first cyber protection solution, tailored to fight off pandemic cyberthreats. Enabling service providers to cut costs and defend their clients against cyberthreats through AI-powered integration of data protection and cybersecurity – with Zoom security, COVID-19 URL […]

The Medium gameplay reveal at Xbox Digital Event is keeping us up at night

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The game Medium is a next-gen psychological horror game, perfectly set in Krakow, Poland during the ’90s, from Bloober Team. It’s soundtracked by Akira Yamaoka, legendary composer for the Silent Hill series, along with Arkadiusz Reikowski who you will recognise from the survival-horror game Husk or OBSERVER_ by the same studio, so you know already what you’re getting yourself into.  During Xbox’s Digital Event some incredibly beautiful, but disturbing gameplay […]

SPOILER: What apple is announcing for iOS 14 at this years WWDC

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The past few years Apple has not been too good at keep it’s secrets internal. An early test version if iOS 14 was leaked, and this gave us a glance into what is to come. But here is what we know so far to be announced at this years virtual World Wide Developers Conference.  Home Screen Update There are two major leaks about the Home Screen that we’ve seen so […]

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla first look gameplay unveiled at Xbox digital event

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Many of the biggest events that were scheduled this year have been cancelled, rescheduled, or made virtual. This is expected due to the wake of coronavirus. But the games must be gone, and Xbox has started a series of digital events called Xbox 20/20 to give us more information about the Xbox Series X console   Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: First Look Gameplay Trailer The epic announcement was to introduce the first […]

Goodbye Evernote, OneNote, Notes, and hello Milanote!

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You think I’m being dramatic? I’m not.  Hello, Milanote! This is an amazing tool for organising your creative projects into beautiful visual boards. “Created to replicate the feeling of working on a wall in a creative studio – visual, tactile and sometimes a bit messy”… but honestly, it’s what we’ve all wanted for a while. Milanote comes with a lot of built-in templates to get started with a variety of […]

Amazon’s Virtual Summit: What To Expect at AWS 2020

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AWS Summit Online is on Wednesday 13 May 2020, a free virtual event to “educate you about the skills needed to design, deploy, and operate your infrastructure and applications” as Amazon would describe.  Due to the current situation with Coronavirus or COVID-19 as some would call, Amazon is unable to host their usual Sydney Summit in the International Convention Centre. But none the less, the show must go on. Heres what […]

Swift Student Challenge from Apple announced

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From now until Sunday, May 17 students can enter into Apple’s Swift Student Challenge, an opportunity for student developers to showcase their love of coding by creating their own Swift playground. Submissions will be judged on three areas, Technical accomplishment in the submitted Swift playground Creativity of ideas in the submitted Swift playground Content of written responses to the questions in the submission form. Each student selected for a challenge […]

Apple goes VIRTUAL with Worldwide Developers Conference

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Apple has announced it will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) virtually, starting on the 22nd of June. Developers will be able to access WWDC in the Apple Developer app and on the Apple Developer website for free for all developers. The usual cost of a ticket at WWDC in the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, costs charges over $1,000. But this time we’ll see no cost […]

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: Gadgets for your Grandmother

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Your Grandmother would appreciate anything you give them. But gadgets of all kinds can really change and improve their lives. The world is becoming more connected, so give them the chance to connect too. Kindle The Kindle is renowned as one of the best ereader’s around. Not only is the Kindle great for reading, it also lets you listen to audiobooks.  Does your Grandmother have a passion for reading?  NixPlay […]

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: Stocking Stuffers under $50

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Kicking off our Holiday Gift Guide for 2019 is Stocking Stuffers for under $50. These are great choices for a tech enthusiast alike. Perhaps you’re participating in a Secret Santa? You’re sure to impress with these stock stuffers under $50. Lets get to it.  $24.99: IKEA TRÅDFRI Did you know IKEA sells wireless lights? You can get it in Warm White Black, Warm White “White”, and Warm White Yellow. It […]

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