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Dyson moves to protect skin with its first humidifier

Not everyone likes the cold, dry air of the colder months. Some of us get cracked skin, chapped lips, and a roughness on our hands and fingers that is just beyond irritating. Fortunately, technology to the rescue, and it could do more than just keep your skin supple.

5:08 pm 21/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

Review: LG G Pad 10.1

LG’s G3 really grabbed our attention earlier in the year, so we’re expecting good things from a tablet launched around the same time, but is the G Pad 10.1 worth your time, or would you be better suited looking for something else?

4:16 pm 21/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

Kogan compares itself to GoPro, but is what’s on offer really comparable?

We’re always up for a good comparison, and being techies, take pride in knowing what we know, so is Kogan’s announcement of an action camera really proof that the Aussie e-tailer is taking on GoPro, or is it a poorer cousin?

2:31 pm 21/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

Acer looks beyond Windows with more Chrome machines

There’s more to computers than just Windows or Mac, and Acer is looking beyond both of those (or the only one of those it’s allowed to use) as the company embraces Google’s Chrome in two laptops and one small desktop box.

11:42 am 21/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

Spotify goes family friendly with multi-user accounts

If you’re a subscriber to one of the many all-you-can-hear music streaming services out there, it’s possible that you share the service with your significant other, but if you wanted to share it with kids, you’re out of luck. Until now.

9:01 pm 20/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

Gigabit wired comes in at under a hundred as Linksys delivers a new switch

Wireless may be great for some things, but wired is better for other things, and if you need more than the regular four or five port switch, Linksys could have you covered with a product.

2:15 pm 20/10/2014 By Staff writers

Dropbox scam making the rounds, here’s how to work out what’s fake

Every so often, a scam or a virus makes its way into the GadgetGuy inbox, and we get to see what other people get to see in order to help you understand it. Today, it’s one of those days, so if you see a Dropbox scam, here’s what not to do.

4:15 pm 17/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

HTC, Telstra team up for sub-$200 4G in BlueTick certified Desire 510

We’re still surprised that so many 3G phones are out there, but once you’ve gone 4G, you’ll never want to go back, and if cost was the thing stopping you before, it’s never been cheaper to try it out, as demonstrated by Telstra and HTC.

12:37 pm 17/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

iPad now the thinnest tablet with Air 2

There’s a new definition of thin in town, at least in how it applies to tablets, as Apple builds the world’s thinnest tablet, hitting 6.1mm.

11:14 am 17/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

Apple’s iMac gets a revolutionary display change

Sick of hearing “Retina-this” and “Retina-that” and how it doesn’t apply to Mac’s desktop? It now does, you’ll just have to be prepared to spend big if you want it.

8:43 am 17/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

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