I love Windows 10. I’ve been using Windows since 3.1 and while there have been ups and downs along the way, ever since the trend
I’m sure we’ve all seen that Youtube video of a super long zoom camera on a tripod, starting with a widish shot of a country
Epson has released what I (not Epson) am going to call a “prosumer” printer for photography enthusiasts. It handles paper up to 17 inches wide
Battery manufacturing processes have been found to be the root cause of some Galaxy Note 7 smartphones catching fire.
The folk at MobileMuster are at it again, turning old phones into something of value. A few months ago we reported how MobileMuster was repurposing
Lots of speaker makers have taken to developing good quality wireless speakers, with interesting designs, decent sound and the consumer confidence engendered by imprimatur of
Let’s ignore the horrifying figures for the moment and focus on the direction of their movement. Happily, it’s downwards. I’m talking about my weight. I’ve
Chinese phone giant Huawei says that its flagship model phone, the Mate 9, will be available in Australia from 7 February 2017, with a recommended
Linio, a Latin American eCommerce platform trading as Rocket Internet Venture, has announced the 2017 Technology Price Index. This shows the comparative prices for fourteen
Well, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has come and gone, and as usual there were acres of displays showing the kinds of things
So just how big is this app business anyway? It seems that iOS and Mac apps are very big business indeed. Apple says that on
Samsung's new 4K TV is built to masquerade as a picture frame for the times when you want your TV to disappear.
Samsung launches its new premium range QLED TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Are they Samsung's best TVs yet?
Sony hit the stage today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a very surprising addition to its TV line up, along with
Who’d have thought it. In an enormous barn in Las Vegas, full of the latest and best of gadgets that the finest minds and biggest
Way back in 2012 – four governments ago – Attorney General Nicola Roxon proposed that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) be required to retain some of