Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

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You wanted: New iPhone pricing details, myths about solar energy, Samsung Galaxy S10 rumours and Netflix secret ceategories. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from last week.

  1. Google Is Killing 'WWW' In Chrome (And People Aren't Happy)
    Google has stripped 'www' from the latest version of Chrome. The search giant confirmed that the "trivial" subdomain will no longer be displayed in the browser search bar. However, there are concerns that this latest URL change may have untended consequences, with one developer calling it a "hacker/takeover dream".
  2. Report: Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Revolutionise Smartphone DisplaysThe Samsung Galaxy S10 has been subject to a rumour blitzkrieg over the past few months. Everything from the number of cameras (allegedly five) to the CPU (a beastly Exynos 9820) has been leaked. Now, fresh details have emerged about the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Apparently, it will be Qualcomm's best and most powerful sensor to date.
  3. Fibre '20 Times Faster Than The NBN' Is Coming To Sydney
    Good news for anyone wholly fed up with waiting for the NBN, or having the NBN and still experiencing terrible connection speeds. Another company is stepping in to offer their own super-fast wireless network, one that's not wholly broken from being tossed around in an endless game of political football. There's a catch, though: you might have to move if you want to get connected.
  4. Microsoft Has A New Trick To Scare You Off Google Chrome
    All is fair in love and browser wars. In a bid to claw back some much-needed market share, Microsoft is implementing a rather cheeky "feature" in its Edge browser. When users attempt to download Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, they are now confronted with a pop-up window warning them that Edge is "faster" and "safer". No, really.
  5. iPhone XS Max: Australian Pricing, Specs And Release Date
    The iPhone XS Max is being billed as Apple's biggest and best iPhone ever. So when can you get it? And how much will it cost? Here are the Australian specifications, pricing details and availability info!
  6. Five Myths About Solar Power And Your Home
    Solar power is becoming an increasingly popular investment in Australia. Last year, more than 9500 solar panels were installed each day on average. However, there is still a lot of information out there about solar, particularly when it comes to upkeep, reliability and cost. Here are five myths that prospective first-time buyers need to know.
  7. iPhone XS Max: Australian Pricing, Specs And Release Date
    The iPhone XS Max is being billed as Apple's biggest and best iPhone ever. So when can you get it? And how much will it cost? Here are the Australian specifications, pricing details and availability info!
  8. iPhone XS: Australian Price, Specs And Availability
    The iPhone XS - the successor to the iPhone X - has been officially unveiled by Apple. Here are the Australian specifications, pricing details and release date!
  9. Browse Netflix's 'Secret Categories' With This Chrome Extension
    The quest to find the perfect movie on Netflix can sometimes be a difficult one. Better Browse aims to make that process at least a tiny bit easier by sorting Netflix’s content into additional categories.
  10. Samsung Galaxy S10: All The Facts And Rumours So Far
    All eyes may be on Apple for its iPhone event this week, but that doesn't mean plenty of us aren't still thinking about Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the most anticipated phones of 2019, expected to be released early next year. If you're eagerly holding out for news on the Galaxy S10, here's everything we know (and think we know) about Samsung's next phone.

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