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Synology moves from network drives to wireless routers

When it comes to networking, you may not have heard of Synology, but there’s a good chance a geek friend of yours has, and if you need a new router, a company known for its high-end network drives is coming to show how routers can be done.

5:23 pm 02/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Doctor Who arrives spruiking branded headphones

You’ve seen headphones from celebrities before, so now prepare to see a pair from a fictional character, as the good doctor takes his TARDIS on a trip to overseas manufacturers to get a pair of on-ear cans made.

5:08 pm 01/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Incipio’s wirelessly charged battery case for the iPhone 6/6s reviewed

A long day can be gruelling on an iPhone battery. Fortunately, there are battery cases, and one of these even supports wireless charging. Neat.

4:22 pm 01/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Aussies turning away from cash as businesses go cashless

We’ve always had a fondness for the Australian note currency. After all, it’s colourful, plastic, and less of a hassle than the coins that weigh down our pockets and can be found at the back of the couch. But ask Australians these days and they’ll say cards are where it’s at.

4:08 pm 01/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Huawei’s smartwatch for Android, iPhone arrives October

Keen to try the whole smartwatch thing but not sold on the square designs that Apple pushes out? Huawei has a circular smartwatch coming, and the good news is that it’s now compatible with both major smartphone platforms, iOS and Android.

3:28 pm 01/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Sonos Play:5 gets an update for bigger, brighter sound

Alongside an update to the speakers some already own, Sonos is updating its Play:5 speaker to have bigger, brighter, and bolder sound, with support for two sounding larger than it should.

5:12 pm 29/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Sonos to revamp Play 1, 3, 5 with better sound

If you’re an owner of Sonos speakers, you’re going to like an update that is on its way, because it will offer better sound tailor made for the place where your speakers are sitting, and you won’t even have to pay a thing.

2:01 pm 29/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Power plugs have WiFi beat with next-gen PowerLine tech

One of our favourite technologies is getting a bit of an upgrade, and if you’re not a huge fan of wireless for a computer that doesn’t move — say something that stays on the desk — the next generation of PowerLine is here.

12:09 pm 29/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Samsung’s Gear VR ready for all eyes, not just early adopters

One of the more exciting developments in technology at the moment has to be virtual reality, and it has the potential to change entertainment as we know it. If you own a Samsung phone, you’ve had the chance to be at the forefront for an early adopter’s fee, but that will soon be dropped, and that can only be a good thing.

1:12 pm 25/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Epson packs in two years of ink into new printers

You might not want to admit it, but the printer isn’t dead yet, and chances are when you do want to print, you’re either out of ink or just about to. But with a new range from Epson, that’s very unlikely to happen.

12:06 pm 25/09/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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