It’s shiny, has the notch of the Apple iPhone X, sports a decent screen and more than adequate camera. Yet there is a world of difference in prices.
While the new iPhones come with a big price tag, when you consider what is under the hood, there will be plenty willing to fork out for one.
GLIMPSING into the chaotic mountain of lost luggage at Berlin’s Tegel Airport, I should have known there was little hope of my baggage being found soon.
WHAT do you want for dinner? It’s a simple question but at the end of a long day, it can be enough to do your head in.
U2 has taken a devilish blowtorch to the politics of hate, targeting Donald Trump and the rise of right wing nationalists in Germany.
REALITY television. Put those two words together and it’s more of an oxymoron than a description of something stunningly realistic.
SAMSUNG and LG have launched a new battle for television supremacy with both companies to unveil 8K televisions at Europe’s biggest consumer electronics show.
CAN your phone take a better photo than you can? That’s the question posed by the artificial intelligence driven approach used in the LG G7 ThinQ.
AS the clowns in Canberra continue their nation-numbing antics, a 61-year-old woman I am talking to tells me she just wants to die.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk argues that abortion is a ‘health issue’. But it goes well beyond that.
Mark Furler is APN Australian Regional Media’s group digital editor. He’s an award-winning journalist who has lived and worked on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast for more than 25 years. He’s passionate about fighting for a better go for locals. His awards include APN Editor of the Year, and involvement in three PANPA Newspaper of the Year wins for the Sunshine Coast Daily.