Gamers have special needs. They need power and grunt from their computers, but this also comes with big sizes and heavy machines. But not all computers are created equal, and in the Blade 14, Razer is showing gamers that it can make a slim, sexy, and surprising computer all gamers will want.
So you’ve heard about Ultra HD, bringing a higher resolution with a greater degree of detail to your living room, and then there’s that whole curved thing which lets you see more at once. Both of these seem great for the TV, but what about your PC?
Kogan has a history of making budget devices for the Aussie market, and the Agora 4G totally fits that bill, offering LTE connectivity for just a hair over $200. Is it worth it, or should you spend a little more?
Telstra appears to be playing catch up with its catch-up TV services, as SBS rolls out its “On Demand” app to T-Box customers across the country.
A new entry in the Sony Alpha series of cameras, the a5100 looks to pack some serious technology for both the beginner and enthusiast into a small body, and even the photographer keen to bring something small with them.
As we all look for better ways to cook our food — and by better, we mean “better for you” — it’s important to acknowledge steam cooking, which is what Panasonic is doing with a model on its way to stores.
Good cameras aren’t cheap, and better cameras carry heavier price tags than good cameras, so what does a new Leica system aimed at the mirror-less market cost, and is it worth its weight in gold?
Vodafone has been rebuilding its network this year, and if you’ve been taking advantage of the data as a 3G customer, you may want to grab a 4G dongle, because you’re about to have access.
We’ve seen flagship handsets from most of the big boys this year, but Huawei has yet to show its hand, until now, with the Ascend P7 hitting stores shortly, bringing 4G and a thickness that has to be seen to be believed.