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If you’re looking to wring better surfing performance from Firefox, there’s an extension called Fasterfox that will let you delve into some of the more arcane caching and prefetching options resting beneath the surface of Mozilla’s browser. Don’t worry, for the less technically inclined, it also provides a simpler set of options for those that want to fire and forget.
Even when big local retailers hold sales, it can be difficult to find products priced better than those at less prominent stores or even overseas. However, with a bit of digging around you can usually turn up a few deals, and Dick Smith’s today-only sale, offering 10 per cent off a large number of items, is no exception.
In 1980 just 10 per cent of Australian adults were obese; by 2012 this figure had risen to 25 per cent, among the highest in the world. The food industry lobby and their friends in government would have us believe this comes down to reduced personal responsibility for what we eat and how much we move.
Shopi is a free iPhone application from Aussie developer Sapient Pair that attempts to make grocery shopping easier. The app’s main claim to fame is that it “learns” the more you use it, updating your favourite food items and ordering preferences automatically. You can also share your list with friends and get them to make updates while you shop.
Today’s best mobile app deals for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick!