Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

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You wanted: Winter Olympics viewing tips, new shows coming to Netflix in 2018 and Samsung Galaxy S9 rumours. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from last week.

  1. How To Watch The Winter Olympics Live, Online And Free In Australia
    Australia might not be renowned for its prowess in winter sports - we live on a bloody dry continent, don't we mate? - but we've got a strong contingent at this year's Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. Our prospects look pretty good, and there's always the chance one of our athletes pulls a Stephen Bradbury, too.
  2. 10 Shows You Didn't Know Are Coming To Netflix In 2018
    Netflix's worldwide streaming dominance is wholly dependent on the strength of its original content. Fortunately for subscribers, a bunch of hot new shows are slated to appear this year. Here are ten compelling titles you might not have heard about - including one from Australia.
  3. How To Watch Super Bowl LII 2018 Live And Free In Australia
    America's biggest sporting event takes place on February 4 and whether you come for the ads or come for the sport, there's no denying the spectacle that is the Superbowl. The timing means that most Aussies will be at work, so if you want to watch grown men throw, kick and tackle each other in pursuit of the Vince Lombardi trophy, we've got all the ways for you to watch the Superbowl live in Australia.
  4. Samsung Galaxy S9: Everything We Know So Far
    With Mobile World Congress three weeks away, we're getting ready for a stack of announcements from most of the big smartphone vendors. And at the top of the list of new phones is the Samsung Galaxy S9. Samsung's flagship smartphone sets the agenda for many of the others and is part of the Korean manufacturer's ongoing game of catch-up and leapfrog with their main rival Apple.
  5. Super Bowl 2018: Watch The Live Stream Here!
    The 52nd Super Bowl is about to kick off. If you're stuck at work or don't have access to a TV, you can follow the action online right here, completely free.
  6. How To Get Google's Lightweight 'Assistant Go' App On Your Current Android Phone
    For the past year, Google has been pumping out lightweight versions of its most popular apps designed specifically for low-cost smartphones. Under the Android Go banner, we've already seen YouTube Go, Google Maps Go, and even a brand new service called Files Go meant to clear up storage space on your device. Now Google is rolling out its latest lightweight app: Assistant Go.
  7. Former Microsoft VP Explains Why Windows Vista Ended Up A Mess
    The writing may have been on the wall when Windows Vista was released to the public, but it's only after many, many years we're starting to hear the stories of those who worked on the ill-fated operating system, providing insight into exactly what went wrong. Like any complex project, there wasn't just a single point of failure.
  8. Reminder: Factory Resets Don't Make Your Android Devices Safe To Sell
    If you plan on selling or donating your smartphone, make sure you do more than just factory reset through the phone's OS. Security researchers picked up several phones "wiped" this way, and found loads of data.
  9. Microsoft Launches New Surface Laptop
    After last week's earnings report, where it was revealed that Surface sales were falling but that revenues were stable for Microsoft as people were buying more expensive devices, the company has revealed a new processor for the Surface Laptop. The Intel Core m3 powered model trims about 20% from the price of the previously entry-level Core i5-powered model.
  10. Super Bowl Commercials 2018: Watch Every Ad And Trailer Here!
    Whatever your thoughts on American football, the Super Bowl's televised broadcast is not to be missed. This is where the world's biggest brands debut their most extravagant and jaw-dropping commercials. You can also expect to see a ton of movie and TV trailers for the very first time.

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