A new range of Uniden iGO dash cams feature 4K, 2.7K, 2K and FHD recording that, as a result, have added clarity, field of view
No, I am not talking about a V-Dub or an annoying flying insect, but Audioquest’s Beetle – an Optical-Bluetooth-USB, Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC).
Belkin launched a new range of wireless charging pads and vehicle mounts at CES 2018. They work with any Qi or PMA compatible wireless charge
Sony went overboard releasing more than 20 new consumer electronic devices and sending nine press releases to prove it.
Aussie owned accessory maker Cygnet has released two Qi (pronounced Chee) wireless charging devices that will suit the new iPhone 8, Plus and X. They
Going on a long road trip this Christmas? That alone is a good reason to fit your car with a dashcam. Australian firm Laser has
Jabra’s Freeway is a clever portable, hands-free, that will support two smartphones at the same time – and more. If you’re a busy, practical person,
Navman has launched a new, moderately priced in-car combination GPS and dashcam. The Navman Drive Duo comes with a five inch colour touch screen, and
I like cheap equipment brands. One reason I like them is that they make devices, which might normally be financially out of reach, available to
There are a lot of enhancements coming to iPhone and iPads with the release of iOS 11 this spring. One that deserves some attention is
Now that Samsung has taken the plunge and moved to USB Type-C sockets on its phones, third party suppliers of phone power gear are stepping
A car’s windscreen can get rather cluttered if you start sticking too many things to it. The Navman MIVUE Drive FHD solves that problem by
So, time’s getting close. Only nineteen days until Christmas as we write. Have you settled yet what gift (or gifts, he’s likely hoping) you shall
A while back I reviewed the Kaiser Bass R30 dashcam and was impressed, except for one matter: the computer software failed to show your location on
Kaiser Bass calls the R30 a “WiFi Car DVR” (for digital video recorder). Most people would call it a dash cam rather than a DVR.
Commercial Radio Australia is launching a marketing campaign to encourage Australians to go digital with their radio listening. The newish system is called DAB+ and