You’ve got your essential BBQ tools ready for the weekend. Now you need to plan, prepare and get the atmosphere right for a cracking Australia Day 2013. To start, download these 10 apps straight away to make your Australia Day a great one.
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The biggest names in consumer electronics are about to storm into Las Vegas for the biggest technology show in the world, CES. EFTM will be there all next week, here’s a teaser of what to expect.
Want to catch up on your favourite SBS programming on the go? The cultured coders over at the multicultural broadcaster have just released the iOS version of its On Demand app, and it’s pretty sweet.
The Vita is certainly a nice bit of hardware, but a lack of software in the launch phase really held it back. Sony has decided to help the little handheld branch out, today launching a dedicated YouTube app for the portable gaming device.
You’re planning a big barbecue for the weekend, and need to grab a slab to keep your mates happy. But which bottle shop has the best price for your particular beer of choice? This app will let you know.
Brewing beer is a science. A complicated science. Sometimes it works, and other times it doesn’t. So we’re fully behind the new Perfect Lager Project, which is crowdsourcing opinions to try and make the perfect beer.
It’s been an absolutely massive week for social photography app Instagram. Less than a week after it finally launched on Android, Facebook has announced that it is paying one billion dollars to acquire the company.
Thanks to Aussie developers Sportsmate, you don’t truly live and breathe AFL unless you have your team’s AFL Pulse app installed on your iPhone. With all the latest news, stats and history of your club, it’s a completely new way to celebrate your team during the season.
There’s nothing quite like a live music experience. Which is what makes Moshcam such an awesome proposition. The live concert website has just launched a free universal iOS app that brings hundreds of concerts to your iPad or iPhone.
Tablets have already helped turn comic books digital, but now technology is going to bring them into the augmented reality realm. Marvel Comics has shown off its upcoming platform for bringing its comic book heroes to virtual life using your mobile phone.