Tegan Jones

Tegan Jones is the editor of Gizmodo Australia. She has a focus on consumer technology and issues-based technology reporting and an obsession with history. She regularly appears on ABC News, Sunrise, A Current Affair and Weekend Today as an expert tech commentator. You may have also heard her on Triple J, ABC Radio And Download This Show.

In 2020 she was a finalist for 5 IT Journalism Awards: best consumer technology journalist, best telecommunications journalist, best news journalist, best technical journalist and best reviewer. She has been a finalist repeatedly across these categories since 2016.

Previously Tegan has been the deputy editor of Gizmodo and commercial editor of Gizmodo, Kotaku, Lifehacker and Business Insider. Her work first appeared on Gizmodo US when she was still a freelancer back in 2013.

Prior to working across the Pedestrian Group publications she wrote tech, gaming and entertainment content for Fairfax Media (Daily Life), The Brag and The AU Review.

She was also the creator and host of gaming advice podcast, Sass Effect, and the former managing editor of Geek Bomb.

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Tech

Netflix has quietly axed its 30-day free trial in Australia

With more streaming services launching in Australia, you’d think we’d be seeing more incentives being pushed by providers. And yet streaming giant Netflix has removed its 30-day-free trials in Australia. Any new Netflix users will no longer enjoy 30 days of free streaming upon signing up. This free trial period […]
Netflix has quietly axed its 30-day free trial in Australia
Tech

Kogan is launching Kogan Energy to sell electricity and gas to Aussies

On Monday, Kogan announced that it will be getting into the energy game. Partnering with Powershop Australia, the online retailer will be offering power and gas services to Aussies under the name Kogan Energy. The company has stated that it will be offering competitive services, although there is currently no […]
Kogan is launching Kogan Energy to sell electricity and gas to Aussies
Tech

Deals: Optus is serving up 100GB data a month for only $45

There are some good high data deals floating around at the moment, and Optus is extremely here to join the party. The telco is coming in swinging with a ridiculous 100GB for only $50 a month. Editor’s Note: At the time of writing the below widgets show the deal as […]
Deals: Optus is serving up 100GB data a month for only $45
Tech

Telstra responds following Huawei ban

For the past week the tech world has been rocked by the news of Google ceasing business ties with Huawei, leaving the future of the company in question. Aussie telcos have remained silent on the subject, despite continuing to stock the Huawei P30 Pro, among other Huawei devices. Until today. […]
Telstra responds following Huawei ban
Tech

Microsoft quietly removes Huawei laptops from Australian store

The Huawei drama continues as laptops made by the Chinese company silently disappeared from Microsoft’s online stores both globally and in Australia. The removal of the laptops is in compliance with US President Donald Trump’s executive order that prevents U.S. companies from purchasing and supplying equipment to foreign companies that […]
Microsoft quietly removes Huawei laptops from Australian store
Strategy

Here’s why cyber security education needs to be central to businesses of all sizes

Business Insider’s Cyber Security series is brought to you by Open Universities Australia, who offer programs that provide knowledge & understanding in contemporary policing, intelligence, counter terrorism, cyber security and security studies. Next year, Australia’s Mandatory Data Breach Scheme will come into effect. This is going to mean big changes […]
Here’s why cyber security education needs to be central to businesses of all sizes
News

Change your career trajectory by leaning to become a programmer

Programming is an adaptive skill set — in order to stay relevant, you need to constantly grow and evolve your skills to suit the marketplace. Fortunately, with SitePoint Premium’s courses, staying in the know is easy on your schedule — and your wallet.!–more–> With a lifetime subscription to SitePoint Premium’s […]
Change your career trajectory by leaning to become a programmer
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10 things about doing an MBA that may surprise you

Griffith University’s accelerated online MBA lets you study in your own time and space and provides the opportunity to engage with a network of like-minded professionals in an interactive and supportive digital environment In 1908, Harvard Business School established the first ever MBA Program. Its inaugural curriculum was based upon […]
10 things about doing an MBA that may surprise you