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Angus Kidman

Angus Kidman

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Angus Kidman is the global editor-in-chief at Finder and our resident frequent flyer guru. He's reported on technology, travel, finance and other topics for over 25 years, and appears regularly on Sunrise, Today, The Project, Seven News and other TV and radio shows. His previous jobs include editor for Lifehacker Australia and editor-in-chief for Australian Personal Computer, and he's written for dozens of publications including Escape, the Sydney Morning Herald, Gizmodo, The Australian, the AFR, Kotaku, ZDNet and Business Insider. Angus has a first-class Honours degree in Linguistics from the University of New England and a serious travel addiction.

Latest articles by Angus Kidman

8 articles written by this author

Reminder: iOS 11 update will kill some of your iPhone apps

Your 32-bit apps will get the chop with the iOS update coming tomorrow, so here's what you should do to prepare.

Angus Kidman 19 September 2017
Reminder: iOS 11 update will kill some of your iPhone apps

US airport security now wants to check your tablets and Kindles

Prepare for those lines to get even longer.

Angus Kidman 1 August 2017
US airport security now wants to check your tablets and Kindles

UK broadband complaints hold steady: Ofcom

BT and TalkTalk drew the highest number of complaints.

Angus Kidman 28 June 2017
UK broadband complaints hold steady: Ofcom

This chart shows how Britain is addicted to debt

Consumer credit has grown by 10.3% over the last year.

Angus Kidman 27 June 2017
This chart shows how Britain is addicted to debt

Findings

Angus Kidman's Findings column looks at new developments and research that help you save money, make wise decisions and enjoy your life more.

Angus Kidman 27 June 2017
Findings

Google’s Gmail is no longer reading your email to target ads

But don't throw a privacy party just yet.

Angus Kidman 26 June 2017
Google’s Gmail is no longer reading your email to target ads

Samsung says Galaxy Note 7 fires due to battery short circuit

Samsung's press conference explains Note 7 fires.

Angus Kidman 23 January 2017
Samsung says Galaxy Note 7 fires due to battery short circuit

Dell 2.1 Speaker System AE415 Review

Dell's 2.1 powered speaker system is an affordable choice if you're looking for better audio than your laptop's built-in options.

Angus Kidman 19 August 2016
Dell 2.1 Speaker System AE415 Review
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