New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics confirm what we knew: we're keen on mobile broadband devices, but when it comes to major downloads, we're all about fixed broadband.
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In light of the news of another tragic airline crash, and following in the wake of several other high profile air disasters, it might be natural to ask whether air travel is becoming less safe. In fact, according to the numbers, air travel is safer than at almost any point in the history of commercial flight.
Netflix Australia officially launches today, and the biggest question everyone is asking is this: just how much decent content does it actually have? When it comes to movies that are popular with Australians, the answer is: disappointingly few.
If you're hunting for a job in tech, it helps to know which areas are experiencing demand (as well as what you'll get paid). New data from job search site Indeed highlights the job titles in Australia which have seen the biggest increase in vacancies posted over the last year.
Ever wonder what your most popular tweets were in 2014, or what kind of subject matter you tend to post about most often? Social media aggregator ThinkUp is spending the month of December racking up insights from the past year, and they're super fun (not to mention useful).
Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus was its most successful launch on record. However, figures from Gartner suggest that in the July-September 2014 time period, Android devices sold more than six times as much worldwide.
Windows XP officially took its last gasp back in April, but that didn't mean it stopped being used. Yet November marked an interesting development: there are finally more machines using Windows 8.1 than Windows XP.