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TechLife

December 2019

TechLife is a tech mag with a difference. It focuses on how technology can help you rather than on product specs. In an era when the tablet and smartphone have joined the personal computer as essential devices in our lives, TechLife shows you how to get the most from them.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Issues

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i can stop any time!

IF YOU’RE READING this magazine there is a very fine chance that you have a similar bad habit to me. Namely... you’re a gadget fiend. In which case, look, honestly, I am sorry. Because this issue is packed almost to the gills with cool gadgets. Gadgets that will help you work, and some gadgets that will help you play. Gadgets that will tidy your house, and gadgets that will tidy your lawn. Small gadgets, large gadgets, and every kind of gadget in between. In fact, we have over one hundred of them. Sure, only just, but it’s still one very large load of very cool tech. So... chances are after even a cursory glance you’ll be thinking that, yes, you cannot in fact live without ... *checks notes* a robotic lawn mower. And I…

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exclusive software

REVERSE TRAGIC ERRORS RESPAWN DELETIONS WITH ASHAMPOO UNDELETER FULL VERSION WORTH $15 In our daily lives with computers small and big disasters can always happen. It is very annoying, if for example a beautiful picture, an important document or favourite MP3 is lost or accidentally deleted. In such a situation Ashampoo Undeleter is your salvation. With this program deleted files are recovered in next to no time. If you accidentally deleted your favourite song from your PC, this isn’t a disaster any more. Just use the effective search function of Ashampoo Undeleter and have the program generate a list of all deleted files. This shows whether the files can be recovered completely, partly or not at all. Then you can recover your favourite song in your desired location with just one click. Download link:…

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techlife

Editorial Editor: David Hollingworth Senior Journalist: Shaun Prescott Journalist: Joel Burgess Journalist: Stephen Lambrechts Journalist: Sharmishta Sarkar Journalist: Harry Domanski Creative Director: Troy Coleman Designer: Sharnee Swinnerton Contributors Adam Banks, Graham Barlow, J.R. Bookwalter, Tim Bothwell, David Chartier, Alex Cox, Anne-Marie Coyle, Cat Ellis, Kate Gray, Lindsay Handmer, Charles Handmer, Matt Hanson, Kenny Hemphill, Samuel Horth, Ben Mansill, Carrie Marshall, Rob Mead-Green, Bo Moore, Jonathan O’Callaghan, James O’Connor, Howard Oakley, Joe Osborne, James Paterson, James Pinnell, Nick Peers, Nathan Taylor, Robin Valentine. Advertising Advertising Manager: Paul Marttila paul.marttila@futurenet.com Management Managing Director: Neville Daniels…

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iphone 11 pro max

THE IPHONE 11 Pro Max is the largest and most powerful phone Apple’s ever created, taking the very best of its technology and combining it with an upgraded design that includes a new matte back, three cameras designed to rival the best from Google and Huawei, and an enhanced battery for greater endurance. However, it’s also one of the most expensive phones on the market. Digging deeper into the camera, we’re impressed most with the Night mode: the iPhone 11 Pro Max is capable of turning night almost into day, but doing so while preserving plenty of detail. We found the newly-added ultra-wide camera to be handy when you want to squeeze in more of a scene (although we didn’t find we needed it that often) and for improving the background defocus…

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essential tech news

NINTENDO’S NEW SWITCH LITE ALSO SUFFERS FROM JOY-CON DRIFT, GETS ADDED TO LAWSUIT THESE FAULTY CONTROLLERS ARE BUILT-IN. A number of original Nintendo Switch users have reported that, even when sitting idly in a neutral position, the analog sticks on their Joy-Con controllers would register a slight movement in one direction. This issue has been dubbed Joy-Con drift and has also been experienced by owners of the new Switch Lite, who have been officially added to a class-action lawsuit against Nintendo as a result. [HD] NSW TRAFFIC CAMS WILL DETECT – AND FINE – DRIVERS FOR USING THEIR PHONE 45 NEW CAMERAS BY DECEMBER. After conducting trials earlier in the year, Transport for NSW will begin rolling out a host of world-first cameras that are exclusively designed to catch drivers using their mobile phones on…

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facebook is now hiding like counts in australia

With the current ubiquity of social media, experts and companies alike have been looking into its potential negative impacts. One such area of concern is in the competitive nature of ‘counting likes’ and other such quantifiable interactions. So far, Instagram, the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing platform, has already disabled the counter to show how many ‘likes’ an individual post receives in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Ireland and Brazil. The social media giant has rolled out the same treatment to its primary Facebook platform, kicking things off in Australia with other regions likely to follow if it proves successful. Like with Instagram, users won’t be able to see the number of likes on other users’ content but they will be able to see it on their own posts. The same…

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