The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2500 digital camera is a very interesting beast. It is priced at significantly more than many interchangeable lens cameras, yet it has a fixed lens. It’s also
Perhaps I’m fussy, but if there’s one thing I hate most about Android phones, it’s plugging in the horrible charging connector. And that’s something you’ve got to do every day.
Canon has announced the release of, well, a fair bunch of stuff today. Principally cameras: two DSLRs and one mirrorless digital camera. Let’s start mirrorless. The Canon EOS M6 is
For a while there I couldn’t understand what was going on. I was creating my reviews and articles for gadgetguy.com.au in Microsoft Word (I have an Office 365 subscription), but
Want to see what sort of technology you can expect in your home to make your life easier? Check out the interactive diagram below from RC Components.
Logitech is well known for its computer peripherals: keyboards, mouses, PC games controllers, speakers and headphones, remote controls and, of course, webcams. Strangely, in a world where most new phone
Telstra has launched an Australian-first solution for its home customers that help them set up Internet connections sooner, and stay connected longer.
Movie and TV streaming behemoth Netflix has issued a warning this Saint Valentine’s Day: there’s an epidemic of Australians cheating on their partners … when it comes to Netflix viewing.
Apple Pay is coming to two more Australian banks and one credit union by the end of the Month. ING Direct and Macquarie Bank, along with Central Murray Credit Union
Nothing says “I love you!” better on Saint Valentine’s Day than the gift of a thoughtfully chosen gadget. We qualified that statement in our suggestions for him to buy for
Nothing says “I love you!” better on Saint Valentine’s Day than the gift of a thoughtfully chosen gadget. Well, except for diamonds, perfume, flowers, quality chocolates and a romantic getaway.
A few weeks ago I was copying yet another bunch of photos from an SD card into my computer, watching the Windows copy progress graph as – chug, chug, chug
SD cards are confusing. We all have SD cards in our digital cameras but what kind do we need? There are different suffixes and different speed ratings and different buses