Imagine never needing to buy a newspaper again and having everything update one single piece of paper? It could soon be a reality, with LG
We've all seen the odd iPod dock, but when it comes to docking Apple's tablet, there aren't many options. Australian e-tailer Kogan hopes to help out in this department, with the announcement of a new dock designed for the iPad.
Sony seems to be cementing the PlayStation 3 as a leader in home entertainment, with the local arm of the company adding SBS On Demand's streaming TV service to the platform, provided free for users.
While Harvey Norman got its sale on for two days this week, Dick Smith will be doing something similar next week, albeit in a much bigger way.
In case you haven't noticed, we're more than a little surprised that big name manufacturers responsible for Android tablets haven't responded to Apple's iPad price drop with urgency. The maker of Android – Google – may be joining us, with a development popping up that could push down the cost of Android tablets whether other manufacturers like it or not.
There's a new type of game that's becoming increasingly popular for kids and families. You don't have to pay any money up front and there are hours of fun to be had inside each title. But there's a dark side to these games that has the potential to drain your savings faster than you can spell the word "free".
Logitech's Ultimate Ears brand is known for some pretty good headphones, but its latest product is the first time we've seen the "UE" badge stuck on a speaker, with the first AirPlay product out by the peripheral company.
One of the most criticised things about the new Apple iPad is its use of 4G, the latest mobile broadband connection that offers high speeds in excess of ADSL2+. In Australia, 4G is offered by Telstra, but on a different spectrum to what Apple's iPad supports, and that's about to become an issue for the courts.
We rarely talk about Harvey Norman, except when the company tries to make headlines with deals that aim to make it worthwhile to customers, but now the company seems to have one, and if you're a gamer, there's cause to celebrate.
Car accidents are never a fun thing to go through, and we very rarely have an impartial backseat driver there to verify the events of the day. Luckily, a gadget may come to the rescue in these situations.
While the world awaits Samsung's next smartphone, the electronics giant has been at work updating its previous premium phone to tour the web at even faster speeds.
One of the things we hear people ask is why ebook readers don't function like an iPad or Android and why can't you flick the screen with your fingers like on tablets? Well, a new eReader coming to Australia will allow just that.
We've seen Sony Ericsson phones for some time, but with Sony ditching the Ericsson brand, the first true Sony phone is about to hit the shelves, completely with a unique look and solid specs.
If you have lots of files, big videos, or just want to back up your files over the fastest transfer port, Western Digital has a couple of new hard drives aimed squarely at you.
Camera manufacturer Nikon has released its next big digital SLR, a whopping 36.3 megapixel beast with 1080p Full HD video support. Interestingly, there's no recommended retail price, and the company is telling customers to shop around.