Christmas is pretty much right around the corner, and if you haven’t had the time to grab a gift, we’re going to help out with some ideas at shops that shouldn’t be too hard to find.
Our final gift guide for 2015 is all about budgets, because you’ve been tightening the belt in all regions this year, so why not have a cost-cutting celebration also.
The artistry that is drawing and painting appears to be changing, as Microsoft’s Surface begins to find its way into the hands of artists, replacing the pen and paper that so many have relied on.
Some people just don’t log off. We know because, well, that’s us, but if you know someone like us and they just can’t take a break, here are some suggestions that will work on their wish list.
We’ve seen some solid word from Sony this year in its Xperia phones, and now it’s time to see what happens when it applies that template to a tablet.
Australia doesn’t always get things first, but we’re usually not far behind, and Google’s Nexus 9 tablet is an example of this, with an availability of now for the next generation of Google’s competitor to the Apple iPad Mini.
Every time we see a broken phone, we grimace. It’s awful, and people continue to use phones with broken glass. Shocking. But if you’re an Optus customer, the telco is hoping its simplified insurance system will give you less of a reason to walk around with broken stuff.
Tablets may well be taking over the computer space, but there are plenty of people out there who prefer a laptop, they just want them thinner and lighter. Fortunately, companies like Lenovo are listening, and have found a balance with the Yoga 3 Pro.
One of the surprise machines from last year was the Acer R series, a machine that featured the unusual Ezel hinge to make for an all-in-one laptop desktop form-factor. With the end of 2014 in sight, the R series is back, improved and smaller than before.
The term “scratch-resistant” often gets confused for “drop-proof” by people with mobiles, scratching their heads and looking dumbfounded when their scratch-resistant glass smartphone screen breaks after a minor drop, but a new development by Corning could at least put some of these feelings at ease.