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  • Jobs - In Cinemas Now

    Posted on 28 August 2013 by Monique


    Starring Aston Kutcher and based on the life of Apple founder Steve Jobs this movie could fall into a couple of categories, and indeed attract viewers for various reasons. Whether you are a total Apple "fanboy" or a curious onlooker, Jobs highlights particular events through 40 years of his life starting from his time in College, the unveiling of the Macintosh personal computer through to the introduction of the iPod. [Read More]


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  • Now You See Me - In Cinemas Now

    Posted on 14 August 2013 by Monique

    With an impressive cast, Now You See Me sees a team of super illusionists called “The Four Horsemen” attempt to stay ahead of an elite FBI squad out to prove their involvement in a series of grandiose robberies. Targeting corrupt business leaders, The Four Horsemen shower their audiences with the stolen “booty” from these unsuspecting corporate victims. [Read More]


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  • Elysium - In Cinemas 15th August

    Posted on 6 August 2013 by Monique

    Set in the year 2154, Elysium is a science fiction film describing two distinct classes of people. Those that live on an overpopulated, crime ravaged Earth and those wealthy enough to escape to live on an utopian man-made space station called Elysium. Starring Matt Damon as Max Da Costa who is a regular citizen on Earth struggling to get by, and Jodie Foster who is Elysium’s Secretary Delacourt. [Read More]


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  • The Wolverine - In Cinemas 25th July

    Posted on 18 July 2013 by Monique

    The Wolverine, sees Hugh Jackman reprise his role in the sixth instalment of the X-Men film series. Set to follow on from the X-Men: The Last Stand, this Marvel Comics adaptation is set to give fans of The Wolverine (also known as Logan) the opportunity to learn more about what drives him. Summoned to Japan by an old acquaintance, Wolverine becomes embroiled in a conflict that forces him to confront his own demons. When in Japan, Logan exposes his vulnerable side, seeing him challenged by his Ninja nemesis in a “life or death” battle. He is strained physically and emotionally and the results will have significant consequences for his future. [Read More]


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  • What is Leap Motion?

    Posted on 18 July 2013 by Monique

    What is Leap Motion?
    Like something from the Minority Report, the Leap Motion has been born, and is said to be available from the developers at the end of this month. Developed by a mathematician who was frustrated that what his hand could do quickly, took him much longer to do with a computer. He developed an incredible way of

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    tracking natural movements of the hands, right down to the fingertips…and this appears to be just the beginning. Sensing your hands and fingers, this small USB device follows your every move. You can replace clicking, dragging, dropping and so much more with your own hands, allowing you to do everything…without touching anything. [Read More]


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  • What is Spotify?

    Posted on 12 July 2013 by Monique


    Initially launched in 2008 in the U.S. Spotify was opened up to Australia in May 2012, providing a commercial music streaming service from record labels including Sony, EMI, Warner Music Group and Universal. One of the best parts about using a service like Spotify is that it is 100% legal.

    Boasting straight forward navigation, Spotify lets you search for music similar to how you might do a “Google Search”. You can search by Artist, Album, Record Label, Genre or Song Title, and if you’re not sure about what you feel like listening to, there is also a “Top List”, which gives you access to current and most popular tracks. To play your selection, it is as easy as double clicking on the title which will stream it to your device of choice. [Read More]


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  • Pacific Rim - In Cinemas 11th July

    Posted on 4 July 2013 by Monique



    If you’re looking for a full on action packed end of the world, humans versus the monsters sci-fi movie, then Pacific Rim could be the flick for you. Directed by Guillermo Del Toro, the film is set in the near future when legions of monstrous creatures, known as “Kaiju”, start rising from the Pacific Ocean beginning a war taking millions of lives. [Read More]


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  • What is OLED TV?

    Posted on 4 July 2013 by Monique



    Over the last several decades, new technological advancements in televisions have provided for increased size, improved clarity and designer looks. Televisions continue to remain focal points in our rooms, but have transformed from large, 1950s bulky units on their own legs with castors, to units which have enormous screens, ultra slim bodies and are capable of being mounted onto our walls like picture frames.

    Although many still have them in their homes, the older style cathode ray tube televisions are no longer being manufactured, replaced by a range of alternatives such as Rear Projection, Plasma, LCD and LED. Some of these have already or will become out-dated, replaced by new technology including one of the newest technologies on offer - OLED. [Read More]


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  • 3G vs 4G - What does it mean?

    Posted on 28 June 2013 by Monique



    You hear the terms 3G and 4G often, especially when you’re on the look-out for a new mobile phone. It’s plastered all over the advertising material that every provider produces. It does make you wonder “Which one do I need?” and “Is the latest really the greatest?” To begin, it is helpful to understand that the “G” stands for generation. To date we have had 1G, which was the early analog mobile phones, followed by 2G, which was our leap into the digital world. Third-generation (3G) mobile phones were introduced into the US in 2003 and soon after into Australia. 3G included internet capabilities and was promised as a solution to “mobile internet” or “broadband” with a minimum consistent internet speed of 144Kbps (kilobytes per second). There has been quite a variation in delivery of these standards however, where carriers provide anywhere from 400Kbps to ten times this speed. [Read More]


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  • What is UltraViolet Digital Movie System?

    Posted on 28 June 2013 by Monique


    UltraViolet (UV) is a digital rights movie download service that has been active since 2011 in the United States, and has just begun its’ release here in Australia. Launched in Australia in May 2013, essentially UltraViolet is a cloud-based licensing system that allows users of digital home entertainment content to stream and download purchased content onto to multiple platforms and devices. Adopting a "buy once, play anywhere" approach that lets you to store digital “proof-of-purchases” of physical movies you have bought, under one account and then allows you to download or stream the movie for life, from “the cloud” to numerous devices.

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