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Meet the quick and easy way to enjoy your favourite entertainment on-the-go, without the need for wires or a cloud connection.
Plugs are so passé it seems, and storage maker SanDisk is going to prove just why, with a new range of products that keep the plug, but encourage a more plug-free way of connecting.
Internet security is one of those things we all have to keep on top of, and now that we all have mobiles, we need security on these, too. Trend Micro wants to be there, and even has a new app to help make it happen.
LG hasn’t spent much time in the tablet area, but that looks set to change, as the company takes what it learned from the G2 smartphone and applies it to an 8.3 inch tablet that you can take anywhere you go.
Microsoft hasn’t exactly had a big foothold in the tablet market, not like Apple, but the company is trying, and this year it hopes its Surface 2 tablet has the goods to impress. Designed to look and feel different from any other tablet out there, it certainly stands out, but is it any good?
A marriage of note taking and mobile computing, the Galaxy Note is a solid product that can persuade anyone looking to move past the traditional pen and paper combo today.
It’s the little things that change your day, like remembering the game that came with the Game Boy and provided you with hours of entertainment.
Launched in America on Friday (Saturday our time) and heading to Australian devices in the coming weeks, Facebook’s new homescreen replacement “Home” is here to change your social networking experience, and we’re looking at it ahead of time, finding out if it makes Facebook easier.
The netbook may be more or less dead, but Google and Acer are partnering up to try and revive the sector, with a new notebook that won’t cost much and features an operating system that sits in the middle of everything else out there.
Before the days of email and MP3s, people used to record little mix tapes for friends, but when the cassette disappeared, so did this gesture of sharing music. Now, Australians have brought it back in a thinner and lighter format.