Android: If you want to let someone read or watch something on your phone, but don't want them snooping around, Touch Lock can make sure they can't do anything by locking the touch screen.
It's good to feel energized, but all that excess juice can get in the way when you're trying to focus on the task at hand. That's why the Stress Block is a must-have gadget for anyone that works a desk job. This addictive desk toy helps you burn off that excess energy and hone in on your to-dos the healthy way.
If you read certain tech sites, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the only smartphones worth owning are top-of-the-range flagship models (it's all they ever talk about.) In reality, very few people need a smartphone that costs $1200 - or even half that price.
For well under $500, it's possible to snap up a great handset with all the essential features - including fast performance, an excellent camera and decent battery life. Here are five of the best.
Small improvements can all add up to make a big difference. And we're talking small improvements here. Tiny ones. It's clear that the idea of marginal gains has had a huge impact in the world of professional sports and performance. I wanted to find out how we can take some of these learnings and apply them to our own lives to make things a little easier, our routines a little healthier and our minds a little clearer. Here are five things simple things you can improve that will make a difference to your life in a small but meaningful way.
Google's one tap form of two-factor authentication is handy because you don't need to enter a code. However, it offers very little information about who's trying to log in. Now, Google will add location and time info to the login attempt.
Many of us spend a great deal of time on YouTube. Sure, there's a lot of educational content on the video sharing website but time is mainly wasted watching viral videos. You might as well make the most of it by learning some shortcuts that will save you time (so you can watch even more useless videos).
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released its average weekly earnings report which does exactly what it says on the tin. By taking the average weekly earnings and multiplying them by 52, it's possible to work out the average annual wage in Australia. Here's how much you want to be earning.
Two big claims underpin the decision to cut penalty rates for Sunday workers in the retail and hospitality sectors: that they are no longer needed or relevant, and that they cost jobs. Since 2014, employers have been battling to have these penalty rates cut based on the aforementioned augments. Now that their wish has been granted, let's see how the claims stack up.