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Here is your Netflix binge list for the weekend, fresh from the Australian servers! The best brand-new content includes season three of Marvel's Daredevil, supernatural chiller Haunted, South Korean sci-fi Illang: The Wolf Brigade and the hotly anticipated crime documentary Making A Murderer Part 2!

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In case you missed the news, Huawei finally has wireless charging on a device other than the Porsche Design Mate RS. It's been a long time coming and was a welcome, if not surprsing edition to the new Mate 20 Pro.

But that wasn't all that Huawei had to reveal at its launch event. The Mate 20 Pro is also a reverse wireless charger - meaning that it can charge other Qi wireless-enabled phones. And while this is a cool concept, it's still a bit of a gimmick.

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The history of smartphone improvement has largely relied on companies cramming faster or more powerful components into the now ubiquitous glass slabs we carry around. But the Pixel 3 is something else. Instead of focusing on things like a brighter screen, tons of RAM, or multiple rear cameras, almost all of the Pixel 3's advantages come from a software-first mindset.

This results in a smarter, more intuitive experience that feels very different from the hardware-driven approaches employed by many of Google’s competitors. And while this isn’t Google’s first attempt at something like this, this third Pixel (we evaluated both it and the Pixel 3 XL) is the device that really pulls all of Google’s efforts together and makes it feel special.

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Over the weekend Reddit users started reporting that some PlayStation 4 players were receiving messages that bricked their consoles, forcing a factory reset to return the console to working condition. To avoid facing this fate on your own console and losing your precious PlayStation data, here are some steps to make sure your console and account are secure and protected.

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Years after we all jumped ship from Internet Explorer to Firefox and Chrome, we don’t really want to go back to a Microsoft browser, do we?

While buggy and slow when it first appeared, Microsoft Edge has been given a continuing stream of new features and updates that make it worthy of your consideration now. Below are nine of our favourite additions that make it a worthy replacement for your current browser.

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Sydney Bristow is back from her time in deep cover. Maybe. Alias, the sci-fi superspy thriller that aired from 2001 to 2006 on ABC, is an important show, helping to propel both JJ Abrams, its creator, and its star, Jennifer Garner, to fame well beyond the bounds of network television. The show followed the life of Sydney Bristow, CIA spy, caught up in a life of spycraft and mistaken identity.

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You're looking at an official image of the Samsung Galaxy A9 - a new, mid-range smartphone boasting not one, not two, not three, but four rear-facing cameras. In the words of insufferably annoying pub goers: "Taaaaaaxiiii!"

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Samsung hasn't exactly been shy about acknowledging that it has a foldable smartphone in the works. Just last month the head of Samsung's mobile division, DJ Koh, said that the company might debut the new device at its Developer Conference in November.

Now he's revealed a little more at Samsung's A9 launch in Malaysia, stating that the device will actually be a tablet that folds down into a phone that can fit in your pocket. That's definitely one way to spice up and guarantee coverage on a mid-range phone launch.