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It’s nice to see the premium electronics brands beginning to embrace trends, and now that we’re seeing a few top tier audio entities take a look at portable wireless speakers, it’s time for Bang & Olufsen to have a play.
We’ve seen Ultra HD TVs for over a year now, and while they don’t exactly have the take-up of regular Full HD tellies, they’re growing. We just need the content, so when is that happening exactly?
Aussie e-tailer Ruslan Kogan has his hands in lots of different pots: phones, tablets, TVs, and appliances, and this week, it’s a return to laptops as Kogan launches a budget laptop.
TV and movie watchers keen to watch their programs the way they want to will soon get their chance, because Netflix is finally coming to Australia.
The online editor of GadgetGuy is getting married, and while you can say congratulations, he wanted to take the time to show just how technologically involved he has made the wedding, from the e-invites to a 3D plan to keeping the kids busy, and you can, too.
Now that we’ve seen Apple do its first take on the whole big phone thing, it’s time to see Samsung make its Note phablet better than ever.
PC gaming may well be pulling a few folks back, but next-generation gaming is in full swing, and one year on from its release, Sony has a few things to say regarding the fourth incarnation, especially on what’s coming up.
What difference does an “x” mean for a name? If you’re Telstra, it means “extreme speeds” and “extra coverage,” two of the things the telco wants to communicate with its network, now branded 4GX.
If you don’t mind being tethered to your desk and like the look of a big monitor compared to a small laptop, there’s a new screen in town that tries to take over your viewing space thanks to just how wide it is.
For many, Melbourne Cup means gambling, and if you happen to be on the winning side of a bet, you’ll probably have a few quid to spare, so if you need some help to spend on yourself, here’s a tiny guide, going from little wins to, well, some of the big ones.