Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted: eBay ditching PayPal, super blue blood moon viewing tips, the big changes to Australian domain names and everything coming to Stan, Foxtel and Netflix. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from last week.

  1. Blue Moon Lunar Eclipse: How And When To Watch In Australia
    Whether you call it a super moon, blood moon or Super Blood Blue Moon, Wednesday's total lunar eclipse is going to be spectacular. Earthlings haven't seen a celestial event like this in nearly 150 Years - and Australians have one of the best seats in the world! Here's what you need to know for an optimum viewing experience in each state and territory.
  2. Everything Coming To Stan, Netflix And Foxtel This February
    Neither Stan nor the Australian Netflix library has anything near the range of US streaming services, every month we get just a little more. Read on to see all the content that will be added to their libraries in February.
  3. Soon You Won't Have To Say 'Hey Google' To Launch Google Assistant
    Amazon's Alexa may have more "skills" and connect with more services, but when it comes to artificial intelligence smarts, Google Assistant has the competition beat (sorry Siri, it isn't even close).
  4. Quickly Choose Tonight's Netflix Movie With The Flixboss Ranking Tool
    Netflix's front page can be pretty tricky to navigate. While it does a good job of promoting blockbuster movies and Netflix Originals, the other stuff is usually buried out of sight.
  5. Transform Your Old Android Phone Into A Pixel 2 With This App
    When the Pixel 2 first launched, there was no shortage of unofficial apps designed to brings Google's best new software to other Android phones. The only issue was that you had to cobble together a bunch of smaller tweaks or root your phone to get the full Pixel 2 experience on older hardware. Now there's finally a root-free solution that offers all the best features in one package.
  6. The KFC Chicken Bucket 'For One' Saga Just Got Weirder
    Last week, we discovered that KFC was advertising a 24-piece bucket of chicken on its 'Menu For One'. With a combined kilojoule count of 18,853kJ, this is obviously a terrible idea.
  7. Australian Domain Names Set For Big Changes
    .auDA (.au Domain Administration) has announced a review into how we use domain names. The ubiquitous ".com" could be for the chop along with the use of non-ASCII characters and other changes.
  8. eBay Is Ending Its Partnership With PayPal
    eBay has confirmed it will not be renewing its contract with the online payments system PayPal. The online marketplace will stop using PayPal as its back-end services provider which means it will soon be more difficult to buy products on eBay with your PayPal account. Here's what you need to know.
  9. How One Person Caused The Price Of Cryptocurrencies To Plunge
    It's no secret that the value of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can be volatile, but on January 9 the entire market took an unprecedented plunge - one that it still hasn't recovered from. At the time, there was no shortage of factors to blame, from the threat of crypto-regulation by national governments to frivolous mainstream investment, but in this case, the drop in Bitcoin's value may have been the work of exactly one person.
  10. Australian Open 2018 Finals: Start Times And How To Watch Online
    After a grueling fortnight of competition, the 2018 Australian Open finals are about to kick off. Here is everything sports fans need to know, including what time the match starts and the various ways you can watch it live and online.

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