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Why 3D TV Failed (And Why We Don't Care)

In 2015, 3D was still present in most HD TVs. Not that you’d have known — advertisements had conspicuously stopped mentioning it. This year, the feature has been quietly killed off by most major manufacturers. After years of trying to convince consumers that 3D was the next big thing, it’s finally been consigned to the dustbin of history. Here’s why we won’t miss it.

Build Your Own Kindle Audio Adaptor For Less Than $10

Amazon currently sells audio adapters that enable visually impaired Kindle owners can have their audiobooks read aloud to them. Normally, this adaptor costs around $US20 ($28), but you can make your own for as little as half that.

ShareTube Lets You And Your Friends Watch YouTube Videos In Sync Together

Watching YouTube videos together with your friends can be fun, but it’s a pain to make sure you’re all watching something at the same time. ShareTube does the work for you, syncing playback of videos for everyone in the room.

YouTube Red Just Launched In Australia: Here's Everything You Need To Know

YouTube Red is a premium ad-free subscription service with original platform-funded content and offline access. Available in the US since November 2015, it finally launched in Australia today. Here’s what you need to know.

How To Completely Hide Apple Music In iTunes

If you’re not using Apple Music, but still use iTunes, it’s pretty obnoxious that Apple pushes the music subscription service in your face all the time. Good news though: with just a couple clicks, you can remove it.

SoundHound Now Lets You Search And Add Songs To Spotify With Voice Commands 

The music discovery app SoundHound has gone hands-free, letting you search music, look up information and add songs directly to your Spotify playlist with “OK Hound…” voice commands.

YouTube Music Combines Pandora-Like Discovery With YouTube's Huge Library

Android/iOS: Google launched YouTube Music in Australia today, an app that taps into the massive collection of music on YouTube to create personalised radio stations.

This Aussie VPN Has Found A Fix For The US Netflix Problem

There’s a new Australian VPN provider in town that claims to have solved the geo-blocking issue with Netflix and other US streaming sites. We’ve tested the service and the workaround appears to be on the level. Better yet, it boasts unlimited data and is one of the cheapest offerings on the market — prices start at $2.99 per month. Here’s what you need to know.

VRidge Runs PC-Based VR Games On Your Google Cardboard Headset

Android/Windows: If you’ve got a few thousand dollars to shell out for a VR-ready PC and an Oculus Rift headset, you can play in virtual reality right now. If you don’t, VRidge can let you play those same games on your phone inside a Google Cardboard set.

The Relaxation Playlist

When you need to chill, you want some music to set the mood. This playlist aims to calm your nerves so you can let your worries melt away.

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