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Google’s Pixel 3a is an unbelievably good lower priced phone

The Pixel 3a pair feature OLED displays at a little above Full HD resolution, at 5.6 inches or 6 inches respectively, and they’re some of the nicest you’ll find on any phone. You get the same calibration options as the Pixel 3, so the choice is yours to go for …

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Samsung confirms no shipping date yet for Galaxy Fold in email to customers

Samsung said it cannot confirm the shipping date for its foldable device Galaxy Fold yet and apologised to its pre-order customers in the United States for the delay. There is still no release date for Samsung’s Galaxy Fold.Credit:Jhaan Elker/ The Washington Post[ The world’s top smartphone maker delayed global sales …

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Google unveils less expensive Pixel phones, big screen Nest Hub at I/O

Google’s new smart screen can also can act as a Nest surveillance camera, constantly uploading video to the cloud, plus display the view from other Nest cameras around the home. Similar to the Facebook Portal and Amazon Show, the screen also lets users make and receive video calls to Android …

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Premier League clubs targeting Socceroos star Tom Rogic

A pivotal role in an eighth successive league title for Celtic could be one of Tom Rogic’s final contributions to the Glasgow giants before leaping to the English Premier League. Two clubs are looking to sign the Socceroos playmaker, potentially playing a record fee for an Australian player. Wanted man: …

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‘Occupants injured’: Stolen car crashes in Thornlie while evading police

A stolen vehicle crashed into a civilian car at an intersection in the south eastern suburb of Thornlie on Tuesday night injuring people in both cars. Police confirmed the vehicle was evading police at the time. The crash happened in Thornlie.Credit:Google Maps. It crashed into a vehicle at the intersection …

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‘Like Labor’s report on Emma Husar’: Embattled minister defends keeping investigation secret

“It’s like Labor’s report on Emma Husar, it was never released,” he said. Loading NSW Labor disendorsed Ms Husar as its candidate for the western Sydney seat of Lindsay after complaints about her conduct, that she disputed. At the time, senior Coalition ministers, including Prime Minister Scott Morrison, demanded the …

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Common grounds on the campaign trail

Forget Tiddly Winx. “If a mating of Winx and Tiddly (C8) produces a foal, they should name it The Miracle. Tiddly is also a mare,” reveals Col Nicholson of Hawks Nest. For the record, The Miracle had 17 starts for 3 wins, 3 places and 8 shows. Margaret Hamilton of …

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Deep dive into climate change scoops prize

Former Sydney Morning Herald photographer Tamara Dean has won the $50,000 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize with a painterly image entitled Endangered. The winning image, which shows a group of naked swimmers diving underwater, was part of a series made last year when Dean was invited to visit the Heron Island …

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Smith under knife in latest setback for struggling Swans

Sydney’s wretched season has taken another turn for the worse with backline stalwart Nick Smith in danger of missing the rest of the year after undergoing further surgery on his injured hamstring. Tied up: Nick Smith has undergone further surgery in yet another blow to the Swans.Credit:AAP The veteran defender …

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Price of rockmelons highlighted in push for bush tax break boost

Nationals Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry said people in her central Queensland seat struggled with high power prices, the costs of running air-conditioning, mental health issues, less access to health, education and public transport, and expensive or non-existent access to flights. “In one remote regional town’s supermarket, a single rockmelon …

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