Andatech AlcoSense breathalyser helps stop DUI (review)

April 21, 2018

The Andatech AlcoSense personal breathalysers range in price from $269 to $449. Considering fines and loss of licence for Driving Under the Influence (DUI), they provide cheap protection.

Sony MP-CL1A Mobile Projector (review)

April 20, 2018

What can be more fun than a projector you can put in your pocket? That’s where the Sony MP-CL1A projector will fit. Mobile projector it’s called. Mobile projector it is.

AMD Radeon freedom of choice pledge

April 19, 2018

AMD Radeon freedom of choice is a pledge to openness when gamers choose an AMD Radeon RX graphics AIB (Add in Board) cards.

2nd Gen AMD Ryzen CPU now here

April 19, 2018

The 2nd gen AMD Ryzen CPU is now available along with a range of AM4 motherboards and new coolers.

Epson ET-16500, A3, MFP, WorkForce, EcoTank printer (review)

April 18, 2018

The Epson ET-16500 is its big gun in small workgroup printing. Its EcoTank kills the issue of inkjet running costs. It has 500 sheets of A3 or A4 in two

OK Google tell me about the JBL Link 300

April 17, 2018

The JBL Link 300 Bluetooth speaker continues the new tradition of its OK Google enabled portable JBL Link 10 and 20 – far better sound!

Data stealing apps. What you can you do?

April 17, 2018

Data stealing apps (in Android and iOS) require permissions way beyond what is needed to do their job. They are stealing your data to sell it. Channel Seven Sunrise GadgetGuy

Warning: Thousands of CMS based websites compromised

April 16, 2018

Most websites use a CMS (Content Management System) engine like Joomla or WordPress. The problem is that few engines are regularly updated by users because they can break custom themes

Facebook backs down fighting Californian consumer privacy legislation

April 16, 2018

Facebook, Google, AT&T, Verizon and Comcast each kicked in a lazy $200,000 to a ‘Committee to Protect California Jobs’ – ostensibly to protect high-tech jobs in light of looming consumer

GadgetGuy warns of teen Internet Addiction Disorder

April 16, 2018

Val Quinn, Channel Seven Sunrise GadgetGuy has a stern warning for parents about Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD).

Android has a patch gap – don’t panic

April 15, 2018

German-based Security Research Labs (SRL) has found a patch gap in Android. That means cyber attackers can get access to many devices. Don’t panic – it is hard to do.

GadgetGuy says Embrace smart living

April 13, 2018

GadgetGuy featured on Channel 7 Sunrise with a range of smart living devices including a TV that becomes a piece of art, Embrace a smart Android mirror, smart glass that

Aldi Super Pack 80GB, 365-day, pre-paid offer

April 13, 2018

Aldi has released a 365-day, pre-paid Super Pack 80GB using Telstra’s 3/4G mobile broadband and includes unlimited calls and SMS/MMS as well.

James Dyson 2018 awards looking for the next budding engineerpreneur

April 13, 2018

The James Dyson 2018 Awards offer budding engineers and entrepreneurs the chance to ‘Dyson it up’. That is ‘There has to be a better way’.

Google Lens – I’m not yet convinced

April 13, 2018

GadgetGuy’s managing editor has been using Google Lens to identify animals and flowers. Impressive. But I am not yet convinced – especially when it comes to buildings.

100 years of Panasonic reliability

April 13, 2018

This year Panasonic is celebrating 100 years since its beginning. These days it makes things like gorgeous TVs and smart speakers and air conditioners and appliances. But back then it