Samsung Electronics has released the Galaxy Tab Active2, a new 8”, MIL-STD-810 tablet offering a wider range of features such as biometrics integration, multi-window screens and S Pen capabilities that function in
Christmas is surely the time to say to her exactly how you feel about her, through a gift. The gift of a gadget, of course. Here we’ve selected an octet
Although I had been using it for several weeks, I had no idea of the price of the Canon Powershot SX730 HS compact digital camera. That’s because Canon, in its
OPPO has beaten all the pedigree brands being rated highest in the Canstar Blue 2017 smartphone ‘Most Satisfied Customers’ survey of 1,800 Australian users.
Every home, every person, should have one, or two, or even three portable Bluetooth speakers. Just about every phone and portable computer these days can use them, and even relatively
Love or hate Amazon (Gerry Harvey is in the latter camp) it is down under with a massive 24, 000 square metre fulfilment warehouse in Melbourne’s Dandenong South.
Asus is the first cab off the rank with the long-awaited announcement of its NovaGo – its first Windows 10 convertible running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile PC platform
Sony’s Bravia 4K, 8000 Professional series LED/LCD TVs have been chosen for the new upmarket Sofitel at Sydney’s Darling Harbour next to the International Convention Centre.
Belkin’s new Pocket Power banks pack 5,000 or 10,000 mAh into elegant black, rose gold and silver-coloured packs that are lighter and thinner than their predecessors.
Aussie owned accessory maker Cygnet has released two Qi (pronounced Chee) wireless charging devices that will suit the new iPhone 8, Plus and X. They also work on Qi wireless
Owlet Smart Sock silently tracks an infant’s heart rate and oxygen while they sleep and notifies parents if something is wrong. It does exactly what it says!
December 13 is TechCollect’s annual Waste Not, Want Not Day, a responsible recycling initiative which sees Australian businesses recycle old electronic waste (e-waste) left unwanted in the office.
Global computer security company Bitdefender still cannot believe how blasé Australians are when it comes to securing computers, mobile phones and recently, Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Online credit card fraud is on the ascent, and it costs Australian businesses from $3.50 to $4.50 for every fraudulent dollar lost according to a new report from online payments
SBS, a.k.a. Special Broadcasting Service, has launched a news app for those interested in local and international multicultural news.