The last week of January marks the first week that kids have of school, and that means it’s time to start thinking of computers to buy for the kids, as well as the software to go with it.
With Qantas and Samsung Australia's recent announcement to bring selected Qantas First customers and First Class lounges a virtual reality entertainment experience, we visited Qantas's Alexandria facility to test it out.
Sony’s all-you-can-hear music services has been around for a while, but it won’t be for much longer, as the company signals the end of Music Unlimited to work with Spotify instead.
The idea of virtual reality may be foreign to most, but if you’re about to head out on a long trip and you need something to take your mind off being high in the sky, Samsung’s Gear VR might just do the trick.
Good news if you love BlackBerry and yearn for something new, because Australians will be able to get their mitts on a new phone made in the image of the older phones. That’s (the) Classic, BlackBerry.
Everyone has a different way of celebrating the new year. You might eat a lot of food, possibly a moon cake, but if you’re Kingston, you apparently release a USB drive.
The make-your-own-radio service that is Pandora is always improving, as are other online music services, but this year, Pandora is talking to anyone who drives a recent BMW.
We’ve seen action cameras used in all sorts of places — skiing, surfing, snowboarding, random jumps off cliffs and into the water — and now fishing is set to get the tech to make captures possible.
When it comes to passwords, some people just don’t understand that they should be something that takes a little bit of effort to guess, and isn’t just the first six or eight numbers you can prattle off. And yet, the worst passwords of the year indicate some people still haven’t learned.
Those of you who still use printers for small business and larger are probably used to that one line of monochrome text popping up on the screen, alerting you of a printer jam, but Samsung is going to provide more information this year with an Android tablet.
When you don’t have a lot of flagship devices, an update is a big deal. Case in point, LG’s G3, which today is getting a little sweeter thanks to Android 5.0, which is rolling out now.
The next version of Windows is almost here, with Microsoft revealing more about Windows 10, an OS that skips a number and unites a bunch of devices under one operating system.
While we’re all waiting for the National Broadband Network to be little more than words from the mouths of politicians, some people want more speed than what ADSL2 can offer, and if that’s you, Vodafone has something that could do the job.
With the release of a new speaker from Ultimate Ears, we look back at what started the company, and why it puts so much work into making its speakers something special.
A new interchangeable lens camera is on the way for people who prefer a smaller camera and want to take selfies, as Panasonic shrinks its G series mirror-less to hand-sized this year.