"AUSTRALIAN" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 34 items for the tag: AUSTRALIAN
Smart contact lens technology is now here thanks to Australia
Australian researchers have taken a large step towards creating smart contact lenses.
Australian airline Twitter account hacked, used to hurl Kanye abuse
Australian airline Virgin Australia Twitter account hacked and used to abuse Kanye West.
Australian Government uses Facebook to track $2m AU of welfare fraud
Australian Government catches $3.7m AU of Welfare fraud through eBay and Facebook.
Bitcoin inventor is an Australian man, sources claim
Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto has been named as an Australian.
Underdog Aussie CS:GO team topples Cloud 9, takes 19th global ranking
Underdog Aussie CS:GO squad topples Cloud 9 and makes the top 20 HLTV global rankings.
Australian Government emails surface from Ashley Madison hack
Ashley Madison hack reveals that over 700 Australian Government employee's have used their work email address to sign up.
SMITE launching Xbox One beta soon with Australian servers too
SMITE is coming to the Xbox One in open beta with Australian servers in under one week.
Aussies Buy Better With Bountye
Aussie cloud service gets the tick to serve its government
Aussie cloud services company gets the tick to service its government - Is this good or bad? You decide.
Apple updates emoji's to express racial sensitivity
Apple has lined up an emoji revamp for the next update - including racial and sexual-preference diversity.
Australian PM Tony Abbott says social media is 'Electronic Graffiti'
The Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has likened Social Media to graffiti in a recent press conference.
NBN Co starts Fibre to the Basement rollouts in Australia
NBN Co begins their roll out of Fibre-To-The-Basement services among Australian apartments located within Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra.
Australians warned of ISIS attack email scam
A fake ISIS scam email has been infecting Australian computer users.
The Arctic Gold modded case by Dan Woods is a simplistic stunner
Modder Dan Woods has combined rigid watercooling tubing, a custom modified Parvum case and a sweet color scheme to produce this beautiful Arctic Gold case.
New NASA scientific balloon fails after only a short period
NASA's COSI balloon project plummets out of the sky almost immediately, falling short of their 100-day planned adventure.
Kogan rocks the market again with a $129 AU self-branded 256 GB SSD
Kogan are now offering up another extremely well-priced technology component to the market.
24" 144hz monitor for $199 with free shipping to Aussies from Kogan
Kogan rocks the technology market yet again with crazy pricing on self-branded products.
The Australian government pushes for mandatory coding in schools
Australian schools may be adding coding as a mandatory subject to their Year 10 schooling program, starting in 2015.
Australian provider Telstra fined for misleading Apple iPhone ads
Misleading iPhone 6 advertisements has seen this Aussie provider slapped with $102,000 AU in fines.
Peter Lik's black and white photo sells for $6.5m - sets records
This Aussie-Born photographer has hit it big yet again with the same private buyer.
The Ninja Sphere by Ninja Blocks lets you control your house with ease
The Ninja Sphere allows you to easily control household systems through a stylish looking unit placed anywhere in your home.
GTA V fans want to be heard, pledging against other offensive material
GTA V's fans fight back, claiming other titles and products should be released from Target's ownership.
Rockstar's GTA 5 under attack by multiple parties
GTA V's next-gen release has been petitioned against. Consumers want it removed from the shelves due to different counts of vulgar and misogynist gameplay.
Julian Assange to run for Australian Senate under WikiLeaks party
Julian Assange is running for a Senate position in Australia.
LG EXPANDS L-SERIES RANGE WITH DEBUT OF OPTIMUS L9
Australian telco, Telstra, offer Android users the ability to charge Google Play content to their phone bills
Telstra telco lets you purchase Google Play content and charge it to your phone bill.
Australian government to drop mandatory ISP filtering, doesn't mean they still don't want it
No mandatory ISP filtering from the Australian government, they still would like it, though.
Australian Blu-ray Importing: November 2012 Buying Guide
Ben takes a look at the latest and greatest overseas titles on Blu-ray for November 2012.
Telstra won't be stocking Nexus 4 or Nexus 7 3G, want to focus on 4G LTE products
Telstra and Vodafone won't be stocking the Nexus 4 or Nexus 7 3G.
Microsoft Launches Windows 8 in Australia
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer set to built full-sized Titanic replica, doesn't involve Leo
Billionaire Aussie set to build full size Titanic replica.
Apple forced to give refund to Australian iPad buyers over '4G' confusion
Apple has been forced to give a refund to Australian iPad buyers afters confusion ensues re: '4G'