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Morning Briefing: FileVault spitting out passwords in plain text, fashion gets on Facebook, and Facebook Messenger updated

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for the 7th of May, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: A Brazilian fashion retailer has created a new initiative called Fashion Like. By connecting with the companies Facebook page, this new coat-hanger being used in-store allows people to see the real-time online […]

Morning Briefing: Galaxy S III and Nokia’s Chairman resigns, but hints at its future devices

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 4th of May 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Samsung Galaxy S III has officially been announced in a London press event. We all knew it was coming, and now we finally get the specs. You can read what it […]

Morning Briefing: Cleaning Marketplaces and BlackBerry 10

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 2nd May 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Microsoft is trying to clean up the marketplace with introducing new guidelines on their development blog. Microsoft suggests that you should not use trademarks in any part of the app to avoid […]

Morning Briefing: Pirate Bay blocked in UK, Wave finally dies and C++ to the clouds

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 1st of May 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: The Pirate Bay has been officially blocked by the UK. The High Court has ruled that all ISPs have to block access to the site. Previously, the recording industry wanted them […]

Morning Briefing: Windows Phone getting a ‘boost’ by US carriers, copyright trolls and Kim Dotcom linked in scandal

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 29th April 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Kim Dotcom has been caught up in a political scandal that is plaguing the National-led coalition in New Zealand, with allegations that a minister may have broken election laws by not disclosing […]

Morning Briefing: Nintendo and Zynga post losses, and more Google privacy fears

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 27th of April 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Nintendo has posted its first operating loss, with a deficit of JPY37.3 billion (though it’s slightly better than a forecast that was much worse). The figures are being blamed on strong […]

Morning Briefing: WWDC 2012 Sold Out, Telstra to launch first 4G WP7 and Microsoft’s Zune replacement to show at E3

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 25th of April 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what were watching: WWDC has been announced, for June 11- 15th, and tickets sadly have already sold out. It took a mere 2 hours for that to happen. This year, Apple are expected to show off Mountain […]

Morning Briefing: The other stuff that’s not Google Drive – Apple’s earnings, and Gmail bumps up storage

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 25th of April 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. It’s ANZAC Day today in Australia and New Zealand. Lest we forget. Here’s what we are watching: If you haven’t heard Google Drive is out. Chris Southcott has the announcement and written up a little comparison […]

Morning Briefing: Facebook buys more patents, Yahoo calls Facebook weak, and a new iPhone button?

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for the 24th of April 2013, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: A bunch of Facebook financial news broke through this morning. Facebook saw its profit fall 12 percent this quarter because of a rise in expenses, it revealed in its latest […]

Morning Briefing: Samsung’s next Galaxy, Skype leaves beta on Windows Phone and Asus launches the Transformer Pad 300

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for Monday the 23rd of April, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Happy Monday. Here’s what we are watching: Skype for Windows Phone has gone all 1.0 on us, with the app now considered non-beta. The update adds search and lets you add new contacts to your account. […]

Morning Briefing: Nokia sees red, Facebook IPO date and Intel’s smartphone in India?

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 20th of April 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Big news from Nokia with its Q1 earnings falling flat. Despite $9 billion in sales, its still down from the start of last year. Losses are also attributed to the restructures […]

Morning Briefing: Windows Server 8 renamed, Google TV Update, and Microsoft just keep losing employees.

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for the 19th of April 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: At the Microsoft Management Summit, in Las Vegas, Microsoft have given “Windows Server 8” an official name, “Windows Server 2012” and have confirmed they want to have it shipping later this year. […]

Morning Briefing: SkyDrive updates, European Lumia performance and Apple and Samsung to attempt settlement

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for the 18th of April 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Microsoft has updated SkyDrive with support for the Open Document Format. They have also have changed the file size limit from 100MB to 300MB and have also introduced Twitter sharing […]

Morning Briefing: Google Drive, RIM on sale and more Mac Trojans?

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for 17 April 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web that broke while you were sleeping and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Google Drive is said to be coming out next week, according to The Next Web. And like rumours before, it will have apps for Mac, Windows, Android and iOS; with each user […]

MORNING BRIEFING: 3 January 2011

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for January 3, 2012, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: Weather in South Australia and Victoria continues to be hot due to a heatwave, but it is expected to pass tonight. Melbourne will be 35 degrees with a chance of a late storm, while Adelaide will be 37 […]


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