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LG makes a top-loading washing machine work like a front-loader

Washing machines come with two choices — front and top — but if you ask most people, front-loaders win because of the way they treat your clothes, with energy and water savings also coming into play. But what if you could have a top-loader that did what a front-loader could do?

5:31 pm 21/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Sony outs the Z4 with a minor bump in specs

Not every generation of phone is a revolution, and Sony’s latest model fits in that category, as Sony announces the Z4, a modest update to last year’s Xperia Z3.

4:36 pm 21/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Microsoft to open first retail store in Australia

We’ve seen official Apple stores and official Samsung stores, and later this year, Australia will see its first official Microsoft store, as the big M plonks itself down in Sydney.

3:24 pm 21/04/2015 By Staff writers

Toy-maker Mattel joins up with Autodesk for printable toys

Barbie and Hot Wheels might not just be available in stores, as one of the leaders in 3D software is coming together with one of the leaders in toys to make 3D printing something kids will fall in love with.

2:21 pm 21/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Review: RHA T10i in-earphones

Like big headphones but aren’t too fond of the larger fit and how it covers your ear? A pair of in-earphones from RHA might just do the job, and they even cater to the pickiest of audiophiles, and people who are just dabbling.

11:50 am 21/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Miele crafts a coffee machine for small bench tops

If you’ve ever lived in a home with a small kitchen, a larger space to prep your food is pretty much the first thing on your new home wish list, but if you’re stuck where you are and reaching for more bench space, Miele is trying to throw you a bone with a coffee machine that aims to be helpful and compact.

1:09 pm 20/04/2015 By Staff writers

Review: Allocacoc PowerCube

Power strips tend to look the same, taking up the same bit of space with long rectangular bits of plastic that hand out power to anything plugged in, but what if you’re after something that does the same thing in a smaller package?

11:21 am 20/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Colour clarity: eyes-on with Samsung’s 2015 line-up

Picking a TV this year is going to be particularly interesting for consumers looking to plonk money down on a new purchase, and with Samsung showing its might in LCD development, the choice between OLED and LCD is now harder than ever.

5:12 pm 17/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Six months on: Dyson Cool

Summer this year was a little warmer than expected, and if you didn’t have a decent fan around, chances are you sweltered. This year, we had the latest revision of the Dyson Cool to keep us company, so did it do the job?

3:45 pm 17/04/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Home phones return with three models from VTech

The home phone isn’t talked about much anymore, and the mobile is to blame, but if you’re still in need of something for that home line, one of the originals is still around, and even has a couple of new products in case your old one decided to shut shop only recently.

1:13 pm 17/04/2015 By Staff writers

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