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Click Frenzy Mayhem is about to kick off in Australia - which means a bunch of telcos are slashing plan prices to ride the bargain hunting wave. There are some astonishing deals on offer, including 35GB Optus plans for $10, half-price deals from Boost, $10 off Telstra Pre-Paid SIMs and a bunch of hardware freebies bundled with flagship phones. Here are the best deals!

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It's fair to say Huawei's future in the consumer electronics market is under some threat. In addition to the news that Google has stopped working with Huawei, a number of other companies including Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx and Broadcom have also ceased supplying Huawei with components as part of the US trade war with China.

Huawei has now responded.

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Internet connectivity is never a stable speed. Between off-peak and high traffic hours it can be impossible to get a good connection. In order to rectify this you generally need to know what your internet speed is at any given time, but why do they differ so much site to site?

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Click Frenzy refreshes onto browsers Australia wide on Tuesday evening and just like previous years, there will be ridiculous prices everywhere. From 7pm tomorrow night until midnight Wednesday 22 May 2019, thousands of products from hundreds of retailers will be heavily discounted. Here's how you can nab the big ticket items.

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Food gives us the nutrients we need to survive, and we know a balanced diet contributes to good health. Beyond this, many people seek out different foods specifically for their health benefits, hoping eating certain things might prevent or treat particular conditions. Here are five options that aren't nearly as beneficial as their reputation suggests.

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Huawei has been hit by a ban from Google that will see it cut off from a bunch of Android apps and updates to the operating system. Huawei and its 70 affiliates were added to a trade 'black list' last week - a move that seems to have forced Google's hand.

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Tracking your activity has become the "killer app" of wearable tech. Form devices that can track your heart rate, the number of steps you take and even things like blood pressure and ECG, we have entered an age when it's possible to collect vast swathes of data about ourselves in order to help us make better decisions. So, which activity tracker should you buy?

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Netflix is releasing a bumper-crop of content tonight, including no fewer than 11 original movies, TV shows and documentaries. There's also a bunch of third-party films popping onto the service including the underrated Sleepy Hollow and Funny People. Here's the full list!

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The emergence of several new streaming services is bad news for Netflix, Stan and other incumbent streaming platforms. And as traditional TV networks slowly get their ducks in a row, we might be at the beginning of the end of having one streaming powerhouse that delivers most of what we want.

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Aussie telco Exetel is offering up to two free months of service on its NBN 100 plans; a saving of nearly $180. The plan boasts unlimited data, a free Exetel ZTE Wi-Fi modem and typical evening speeds of 83 Mbps - which makes it one of the zippiest options at this price point. Here's how to get the deal.

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The McDonald's McRib is a fan favourite in the US, but its appearance in Australia has been extremely fleeting, with multi-year dry spells between each appearance. But never fear: this homemade version is easy to make and tastes even better.