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The fabled iWatch will cost USD$300 according to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty.

Australian Apple customers can now trade in their old iPhones and iPads for credit toward new models as of today. Customers can receive a maximum of $250 credit toward a new iPhone, or up to $215 for an iPad.

Researchers from security software manufacturer Avast recently purchased 20 used Android phones from eBay and discovered over 1000 nude photographs through the use of readily available forensic software. While the previous owners had all wiped their phones, the data had not been overwritten (the space was merely marked as free), meaning files could still be accessed.

Releasing the Galaxy S5 in April clearly wasn't enough for Samsung; the organisation will reportedly launch a new addition to the Galaxy series next month. Dubbed the Galaxy Alpha, the new flagship will reportedly be unveiled be on August 13, just in time to compete with the upcoming iPhone 6.

Unsurprisingly, the Lumia 930 has a pretty great camera. The phone boasts a 20 megapixel PureView sensor with Carl Zeiss optics, which is supported by Nokia's photography apps.

Huawei's TalkBand B1 might just have solved one of the biggest problems of our time, well, first world problems. Bluetooth headsets are pretty convenient, but you look like a bit of a twit wearing one. Sure, their designs have gotten more stylish, but in reality you don't want to be seen with one anywhere other than your car.

Germany's 1-0 victory over Argentina in this morning's World Cup final set Twitter alight: a record breaking 618,725 Tweets per minute were sent discussing the match as the German team claimed their fourth championship.

Apple's rumoured 5.5" iPhone 6 variant (also known as the iPhone Air) could be delayed until 2015 due to production issues, according to a report from the KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

We could get our first proper look at Windows 9 this week and the rumour mill is already murmuring about what the new operating system could bring. While we know that the start menu is definitely coming back, here are a few other features we'd like to see in Microsoft latest and greatest.

Today didn't feel as cold as the past days have, so I figured it was good opportunity to go for a run (well, a brisk walk) and put the fitness tracking capabilities of the Lumia 930 to the test. For comparison, I took my trusty Fitbit Zip along for the ride.

I'm sorry Siri, it's just not working between us right now. It's not you, it's me. Actually, it's Cortana, and I'm just not sure if there's room for two digital assistants in my life. I hope you'll understand.

I've got one big problem with Android. No, it's not fragmentation, it's not "security", and it's not Google allegedly stealing my personal information. It's openness.

Given how impressed I was with the Lumia 930's battery yesterday, I thought I'd see how long I could go without charging it. At about 3pm today, the battery had withered down to 5%, so I decided it was finally time for a recharge. That's an impressive 32 hours of battery life. 

We've talked about tablets, phones and video games so far, but here are a few other things coming out in 2014 that are just as exciting, but a little harder to pigeon-hole.

According to well-known Russian Windows leaker WZor, Microsoft may begin talking about Windows 9 next during the 2014 Worldwide Partner Conference 2014. Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference is a four-day event celebrating the achievements of the software giant's global partners, and features a number of presentations from both Microsoft and third parties.

Germany's amazing 7-1 victory over Brazil in the World Cup semi-finale set a new record for Twitter: over 35.6 million tweets were sent during the match, making it the most discussed sporting event ever discussed on the social network. 

So it's the end of day two I'm starting to get into the swing of things with the Nokia Lumia 930. I've been enjoying the experience so far, and aside from a few small things, haven't missed my iPhone too much.

2014 has had some great tablets so far (we're big fans of the new Asus MeMO Pad, and Toshiba's latest hybrid), but there's still some great devices yet to come! Here are five tablets coming out in the second half of this year that we're excited about. Technically, three of them are new iPads, but we've listed those as one to keep it fair :)

Since first pair of Beats was released in 2008, the brand has had somewhat of a negative stigma attached to it. Audiophiles have panned the headphones' bass heavy sound, dubbed them over-priced and dismissed them as nothing more than a fashion accessory. But now that Beats has severed its partnership with their previous manufacturer, Monster, they are self-developing their own products to a more positive reaction.

Chromecast's much awaited screen mirroring functionality is now available. Using the Chromecast app, users are now able to mirror their phone or tablet's screen to their television.