The last few months has seen a mini-frenzy of activity around online currency “Bitcoin” with the value skyrocketing and falling in equal doses as interest surges. But what on earth can you use this new fangled currency for? Aussie online retailer Millennius thinks you might just want to buy a smartphone or something similar from them.
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How often have you had to find a quick cheap gift for someone and it seems like the hardest thing in the world? PayPal has launched a website that hopes to help you out.
Belkin figures that people want more versatility when it comes to watching TV these days. The @TV delivers that through the ability to access your live and recorded TV on your mobile devices.
We reported on the weekend that Subaru would be taking orders for its BRZ sports car online only due to limited stocks – 200 to be precise – before the end of the year. The car went on sale today and within three hours all stock had sold out.
The first rule of YouTube: Do not read the comments. The second rule of YouTube: DO NOT READ THE COMMENTS. But if you occasionally forget yourself, there’s a new plugin to help you.
This could be straight out of Back to the Future. Jeremiah McDonald filmed himself at the age of 12 conversing with no one. Now, at the age of 32 he’s finished off the project to create possibly the coolest interview ever done.
If you’ve been longing for Jerry Seinfeld’s return to regular work, we have good news. The comedian is back with a new web-only series, dubbed Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Not a lot is known about the show, but from the teaser trailer on YouTube, it appears to consist of Jerry Seinfeld driving around with [...]
Google TV may have fizzled like a faulty firework after its initial launch in the US a couple of years ago, but that doesn’t mean the idea doesn’t have merit. Sony sure thinks it does, confirming it’s bringing the IPTV platform to Australia next week!
Ever since Metallica left Napster as the “unforgiven” villain in online music, the world has waited for an affordable, all you can eat music subscription service. Spotify is one of the best, but is it good enough to spend money on? The EFTM team join forces to give their verdict…
Those daily deals sites offer some pretty good savings, but finding a manly bargain can be a bit like finding a slow leak in your tyre. Scoopon is changing all that this weekend with their man-up promotion.