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Oh, look – we have our link shortner back!

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SITE NEWS: Oh look what has returned. After a few months of tinkering and finding a new approach, we have brought back our own link shortner URL – We’ve decided to ditch our old internal system for a more better approach using’s own custom domain feature, which is free for all to use. Plus, this has an added bonus of letting us use it on anything that supports […]

OUR NEW LOOK: Bye Bye Exogenesis, Hello Lights

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It may be a weekend, but it’s a perfect time to launch our brand new look and a brand new section. Fellow readers, say goodbye to the blue circles and Exogenesis, and say hello to our brand new, cleaner Lights and the new section called the Newsroom. And, of course, it would be rude of me to not introduce the theme to you.

Gadgetlyst Bytes 3: iPads, Xooms and Zunes

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Welcome to the third episode of Gadgetlyst Bytes – our new monthly podcast recapping the month in gadget news. This month, we take a look at all of the new iPad, Xoom, Atrix, Commodore 64 and of course, Zune! Hosted by Stewart and I Terence and Tom (because Stewart is ‘too tired’), we also provide you an update of the all the latest reviews on, namely the Nokia E7 and Parallels Desktop […]

TECHGEEK Weekly 36: The Hidden Truth

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More censorship is coming to the App Store, Kogan makes the $1 million bet, and we see the insides of the iPad 2. Oh, and we have gone Charlie Sheen-mad this week after the release of the Gregory Brothers’ “Winning” song. Since Tom (and James, but he never shows up) is not here this week, we get Dave Barranquero – some random person that Chris and Stewart know – as […]

TECHGEEK Weekly 35: So much for #winning

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We give our take on the Apple iPad 2 announcement, find out Microsoft’s response to the tablet and see if 3D is a big gimmick on the Nintendo 3DS. As well, IE6 hopefully goes into the grave and Street View now on bicycles? You’ll have to listen and find out. A shorten edition today as Audition managed to crap out and lose the entire recording (luckily we only just started), […]

TECHGEEK Weekly 34: Two Girls, One Wii

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The little Wii gets a bit more intimate with a brand new game, Mortal Kombat banned in Australia and the MacBook Pro gets a little hardware revamp – and we make a big deal about it and the new Thunderbolt. Wait, what? That’s all this week on the TECHGEEK Weekly podcast with the return of James Wilson plus one guest – Matt Rossi. Who? Matt Rossi, a friend of one […]

It’s done! We have a brand new commenting system!

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You might be noticing something new below the posts right now. That’s right, we have finally moved our commenting platform to Disqus, and it does come with some extra goodies that help both you the reader and us when we moderate. Even if you don’t know what Disqus is, you may have seen it everywhere around the Web – TechCrunch, Engadget, Mashable, CNN and TechAU use the platform. So with […]

Cupertino Loop 24/7? Well, now it’s possible

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Bit of shameless self-promotion, but following Pwnage‘s move in offering separate feeds to follow us – we’re also doing the same thing at Cupertino Loop. We also have our own Facebook page and Twitter account, so you can keep up to date with the latest goodies and news articles on Cupertino Loop. You can follow us on Twitter – our handle is @cupertinoloop – and our Facebook page, you can […]

Add Pwnage on Facebook and Twitter!

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Guess what Pwnage readers? Well, you can now get all that we write up now as a dedicated feed from Facebook and Twitter, rather than getting a mixture of our content with the others. We have established our own Twitter account – our name is @tgpwnage – and we have also established our very own Facebook page, so don’t forget to like us! As well, don’t fret for those who […]

Go behind the scenes with our new Insider Blog!

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Ever wanted to know some of the little things we get up to on the blog, or even listen to offcuts of items (i.e. bloopers) from our podcasts? Well, we have a new place for all of that – and its called the Insider. This is meant to supplement the content we have on, and allow you even a glimpse of what we think of the products initially […]

The Year in Review 2010: The Top 10 Posts

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Of course, I think this has to be a yearly tradition. We go back through our analytics information to find out what were the top 10 posts you have read through this entire year. We’re going to do things a bit differently than last year, however, as we post the overall list – but we will also post separate lists for the top articles over at Pwnage, Gadgetlyst and Cupertino […]

TECHGEEK Podcast #23: The Live Unorganised Organised Podcast

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We were planning to recording our live show, but Stewart forgot – with the exception of this 30 minute segment of the news. So, we decided to release this – as a way to recap this week’s news. So, what happened in the week. Assange was released on bail, Gawker got hacked and some new Microsoft slates We also have some last minute additions as we reveal our plans for […]

Introducing Gadgetlyst – our new home for gadgets!

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As part of our overall refresh for the new year, we’re introducing a brand new blog in our family. Called Gadgetlyst, it is our new gadgets and hardware blog, and will join Pwnage and Cupertino Loop in our list of blogs dedicated in separate topics, while the main blog covers the rest of the tech stories of the day. Gadgetlyst will be run by its newly-created Lead Editor of Gadgetlyst, […]


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So it appears that Apple have introduced one type on insect into the iTune Store, MySpace gets in bed with facebook and is Microsoft Breaking Up? We also find out that the russians are making their own distribution of Linux and we find 100 naked pictures of people. Join in with Stewart, Tom, James and Chris with a long(ish) podcast, full of… well… who knows. You just need to listen! Download […]

TECHGEEK Podcast 18: Put that in your phone

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John Brumby goes Oprah and starts giving doctors iPads, Facebook tries to kill Gmail with their own email project and your phone will be able to determine if you have a STD instantly. What a freaky little world. Oh, and turns out the Kinect is starting to be a bit creepy (and its not because of Project Milo) when advertising companies are getting images of you performing acts in front […]

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