Android Programming in Swift: Good or Bad?

If you are a developer, unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you will without a doubt have heard that Google is considering adopting Apple’s Swift programming language for Android 3rd party app development as an additional language.

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Top 10: Reasons to get the iPhone SE

The iPhone SE was recently announced as the new 4.0inch iPhone are realistically the sequel to the iPhone 5s with the majority of the specs from the iPhone 6s.

Most people thought this device was just meh, but in this post, I am going to give you the Top 10 Reasons that you should upgrade to the iPhone SE.

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Review Roundup: LG G5

The LG G5 is an interesting new smartphone as it’s main attractive feature is the modular slot at the bottom of the phone that can be used to replace a removable battery or incorporate one of so many ‘Friends’ extensions to the phone that can have better speakers or manual camera controls.

This is an interesting time for LG as they are trying to find a way to stand out in the market and they sure hope they have found it. But how does the rest of the phone stack up?

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What is FTTdp for Australia’s NBN?

The Australian NBN is a massive continuous discussion on the internet, especially in the online tech communities, about when they get it and what speeds they want out of it.

We have heard of both the Labour Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) solution and the Liberal Fibre To The Node (FTTN) solution, but what is FTTdp?

Let me start by explaining the current options available:

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How Apple can handle removing the headphone jack

Disclaimer: When I refer to headphones, I mean earphones, in-ear earphones and headphones.

There is no denying it, the iPhone 7 is almost definitely (I’ll say 70% chance of happening prior to chassis leaks) going to get rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack and force users to use either Bluetooth or Lightning cabled headphones.

In this blog post, I try to address what are likely the most frequently asked questions when it comes to removing the headphone jack from a future iOS device, starting with:

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Telstra’s 2nd Free Data Day Breaks Records

For Australian users on Telstra who have a pre-paid, post-paid or mobile broadband plan were giving the ability to download unlimited free data midnight to midnight on Sunday the 3rd of April (yesterday).

This was in response for another recent phone reception drop-out in many areas of Australia.

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