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Heres how Twitter hackers did their huge $250,000 bitcoin scandal

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We know you couldn’t miss it. If you did, this week multiple high profile accounts, such as Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Elon Musk, Kim Kardashian, and Apple, had their Twitter accounts hacked. But you really should not sent your bitcoins to this address. It all began with with a teasing message between two naive hackers late Tuesday on the online messaging platform Discord. “yoo bro,” wrote a user named Kirk. […]

PEACOCK: The end of Netflix?

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Peacock is NBCUniversal’s newest streaming service and the latest major entrant in the streaming wars game, currently only available in the US. Gidon Katz, the president of direct to consumer at Peacock, truly believes they can win by doing something the competitors can’t offer and won’t offer: free premium entertainment, mostly. Heres why. When Peacock launches, it comes with three different tiers, starting free. Free Premium Ad-Free This is more […]

The Australian Government just ordered ISPs to block 86 more websites

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A Federal Court judge just ordered Australian internet service providers to block access to an 86 piracy-focused websites and has also introduced a whole new process that may result in those sites being reblocked more quickly if they change their name or web address, a common technique used by these bandits. During COVID-19 Australian Piracy has been on the rise, especially with the closure of cinemas, and production companies are surely sick […]

A Fallout TV show is coming to Amazon Prime Video

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July 2nd 2020 brought us incredible news, for what you would have expected at an E3 Event in a normal year, Amazon Studios announced its intention to bring a Fallout adaptation to its streaming service. The announcement confirmed that Amazon has fully licensed Fallout from Bethesda and is committed to making a TV show. Heres the Fallout TV Series Teaser #PleaseStandBy. @AmazonStudios #KilterFilms pic.twitter.com/7YmLZKIPAe— Fallout (@Fallout) July 2, 2020 It’s […]

Australia can re-open it’s cinemas today

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The Australian cinema industry has been through a lot. World wars, the Great Depression, the global financial crisis, video piracy, and event the rise of Netflix and online streaming. Yet the industry lives on, and today (July 1st) the doors can reopen after three months. IBISWorld forecasts cinema operators’ revenue to fall at least 26 per cent this financial year to $1.3 billion. Profit margins are expected to fall more […]

Tonor rescues online meetings and podcasts with their TC-777 microphone

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In the current world, everything is virtual, and it’s our new way of life. The requires us getting up to speed with our tech accessories, importantly a microphone. Let me introduce you to the TC-777 from Tonor. The TONOR TC-777 is best described as the best choice for an entry-level desktop mic. With a high cost-performance, and complete accessories, its what you’ve been waiting for. The ideal person for this […]

Here’s what Netflix has scheduled for July

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Each month Netflix comes at us with a huge lineup of content. 24 Netflix Original Series, 11 Netflix Flim’s, 3 Comedies, 11 Documentaries, 8 for the Kids & Family, 2 Original Animes, and 6 blockbuster highlights! Highlights Pitch Perfect (2010) Beca, a freshman at Barden University, is cajoled into joining The Bellas, her school’s all-girls singing group. Injecting some much needed energy into their repertoire, The Bellas take on their […]

6 Best Email Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2020

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Do you believe in following trends when it comes to crafting a marketing strategy? Or do you stick to your findings and traditional methods? Well, to be honest, a promising strategy would bind both the things together to bring forth the best one on the table. Email marketing is one of the most impactful digital marketing channels of all time. We have enough validations that can second email marketing to […]

What is DatPiff?

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Are you a fan of mixtapes, more for the sharing part than the commercial part? You would be interested to know that DatPiff is your saviour! DatPiff is a free to use mixtape sharing website, how free? You can even listen to Mac Miller’s Faces mixtape. But that’s not all, Mac Miller as endorsed DatPiff by sharing over and over again on that platform. Originally launched in 2005 by a […]

AirPods Studio: Apple’s $500 over-ear headphones enter mass production in time for WWDC 2020 unveiling

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Concept Image Curtesy by MacRumours This year will be the first time we experience a full virtual WWDC event. Word on the street that Apple AirPods Studio may have already entered mass production, well ahead of the WWDC event. Expected to be announced at this WWDC 2020 this month, the US$349 (~AUD$515) over-ear headphones will compete with the likes of the Bose 700, the upcoming Sony WH-1000XM4 and the Surface […]

Quibi: game-changer. Big names, short-form content

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You’ve got Netflix, Disney+, Apple TV+, Stan, and.. whatever else is on your app list. But let me introduce you to Quibi, it is something very different, and only recently launched. While Australia has not been through an ‘official’ launch phase, Aussies can still access Quibi legally and easily via their app. Have you noticed that your attention span is fairly short now? Maybe you’re someone who prefers to watch […]

Netflix just dropped their HUGE June lineup!

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Monthly Netflix lets us know whats coming for the month ahead. Heres whats coming. In total there are 55 new additions coming. This includes 21 original series, a new weekly special, 10 new Netflix Films, 3 Original Comedy Specials, 7 Original Documentaries, 4 for the kids, 3 anime films, and 7 licensed blockbusters. This feels like the refresh we’ve needed for a while. Highlights: the blockbusters Blinky Bill: The MovieDr. […]

Presto partners with Velocity so you can earn points – with a massive caveat

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If you’re a member of Virgin Australia’s Velocity Frequent Flyer program, you can now earn points by having a Presto subscription. However, there is a massive caveat: this is only available to its Presto Entertainment package, not its Presto TV or Presto Movies packages. You are also not eligible if you signed up via Telstra or Foxtel (despite Presto being half-owned by Foxtel). Velocity members who sign up to Presto […]

Hands On: Apple Music for Android

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Apple has today released a Beta version of Apple Music on Google Play, for all to download and test. Of course, the app is very worthy of the Beta tag. Currently, Apple Music Videos aren’t available, the Apple ID signin process needs to be optimised and you can’t sign up for Apple Music through the app yet – that still needs to be done on a supported devices. While the […]

Sonos announces Trueplay – Simple Speaker Tuning

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Today, Sonos is releasing a free software update called Trueplay, which allows Sonos owners to precisely tune their speakers for the room without the need for specialised equipment. Using the Sonos app, the microphone on your iPhone or iPad, and a special tone that’s emitted by the Sonos speaker, the system analyses the profile of the room and determines the best configuration for the room – in less than 60 […]