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A Nielsen Online study has found that Australians now spend more time online than watching TV. We spend an average of 13.7 hours per week web surfing, and 13.3 hours per week in front of the TV. Does that fit with your net and TV habits? The silly thing is I bet it doesn’t take into account people watching downloaded shows on their computers or streamed to their TV. My question is – how do people find 13.3 hours of TV worth watching each week? :)[via Laurel Papworth]
VMware makes the first beta of Fusion 2.0 available to download and try for free. The next generation Windows-on-Mac virtualization software includes support for multiple displays (up to 10!), better printer drivers, networking, and USB support, and improvements to Unity (which runs Windows applications integrated within OS X). The beta is a free download for brave testers only—here are the release notes.
News just in from Australian Macworld – Vodafone has announced it will be bringing Apple’s iPhone to Australia. Mixed feelings – at least it’s not Telstra, but couldn’t Apple have gone with a network that supplies, you know, decent network coverage? :)