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Canon develops a camera that can see in the dark

Imagine being able to see in pitch black. No light at all, absolute darkness, and yet there’s still a picture. It might seem inconceivable, but Canon appears to have something that can do the job.

4:39 pm 31/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Moto’s flagship X gets two flavours in 2015

Finding a smartphone is hard enough these days, and companies don’t make it easier with the ridiculous amount of choices offered, but if you need a flagship and are thinking of going for Motorola this year, you’ll only have to choose between two.

10:24 am 31/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Otterbox ruggedises, leather wraps phones with Strada

When we first encountered the brand Otterbox, it was a brand dedicated to making sure your phone survived an encounter with the hard, hard ground at any cost. That hasn’t changed a few years on, but at least the company has learned something about keeping things slim.

4:51 pm 30/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

3D Robotics gets cameras flying with world’s first smart drone

Drones are everywhere these days, with many used as remote control quad-copters that may as well be called the next generation toy, but what if you want to get some video work done?

3:19 pm 30/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Belkin jacks into wireless energy usage with WeMo’s Insight

Can’t work out how you’re churning through electricity at home? There may be a gadget worth checking out.

2:30 pm 30/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Motorola’s updates the G, mid-range just got waterproofing

The phones going for big bucks tend to get the ruggedised features like resistance to water and the odd spillage of beer, but what about phones that don’t cost an arm and a leg?

4:36 pm 29/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Plantronics puts BackBeat on a diet, reveals slimline Sense headphones

Last year, it was hard to find better value headphones than the BackBeat Pro from Plantronics, but the design wasn’t ideal for all. This year, however, there’s a different plan, and it’s to make the lightest wireless headphones ever.

4:01 pm 29/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Telstra gets back into TV with a pint-sized box

The T-Box might not be the only TV inspired gadget Telstra has, as the company announces a partnership with Roku to build a tiny hub for Aussies to stream television through.

3:03 pm 29/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Hands-on with Windows 10

By now you’re probably aware that Windows 10 has launched, but what you might not know is how good it is. So, how good is it?

2:19 pm 29/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Windows 10 is here, so are the computer makers ready?

It’s the big day for Microsoft, and after almost a year of testing, the replacement for Windows 8 has arrived. We say “good riddance”, but is your computer really ready to make the move?

2:15 pm 29/07/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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