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Review: B&O Play BeoPlay A2

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.

1:09 pm 28/11/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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My tech savvy wedding

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.

10:01 am 14/11/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Download dilemma: dealing with high-res audio when you’re living in Australia

If the idea of high resolution sound at home or on the go makes your eyes light up and your ears sing praises, great news: more devices are coming that support this technology. Bad news, though, because if you live in Australia, the pickings are slim.

11:25 am 31/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Ruark dabbles with Bluetooth in a DAB+ radio

One of our pet peeves in modern radios is how the gadgets often only serve one purpose, and that’s the playback of radio. We wish more of them had Bluetooth for streaming, allowing us to play our own music when the radio selections just weren’t good. Fortunately, there’s now an option.

12:31 pm 22/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Big sound, small package: Sonos Play:1 reviewed

The Sonos system has never been a terribly cheap sound system to buy into, but the Play:1 speaker brings a dose of wireless HiFi to any part of your home without breaking the bank too much.

11:01 am 26/03/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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GadgetGuy’s Guide to Smartphones in 2014

When it comes to smartphone shopping, Australians are spoiled for choice. There are loads of top products out there, but how do you pick something that’s right for you?

11:15 am 14/03/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Box-less: things you didn’t know Samsung made

When you check out an electronics store, there’s a very good chance you’re going to find something made by Samsung on quite a few of the shelves, and while phones, tablets, cameras, and TVs are the things we know about, there are a few things you may not see coming.

11:25 am 28/02/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Kogan hits HiFi with a budget receiver system

Not everyone has thousands of dollars to spend on home theatre systems, and here to fill that gap is Australian e-tailer Kogan.

2:02 pm 20/02/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Naked Geeks – February 15, 2014

This week on the Naked Geeks,we’re taking a long hard look at the life of memory cards and when they should fail, as well as what to do if it happens. There will also be news, a budget laptop reviewed, and a wolf whistle or two.

10:01 am 15/02/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Philips embraces the iPhone-iPad thing with a multi-dock

If you have both an iPhone and an iPad, you’re probably not alone, and if you’ve been searching for a way to charge both simultaneously, you’re also probably not alone, which is why Philips has been working on a solution.

12:20 pm 25/11/2013 By Staff writers

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