At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Lenovo kindly introduced us to a new member of its family, with a tablet that took a page from the Asus Transformer design and offered up 20 hours of battery life. It's now the middle of the year and we're seeing plenty of tablets make their way to store shelves… so where is this one?
This week, Optus has joined Telstra in delivering high speed mobile broadband access to regions of Australia, taking advantage of a fourth-generation mobile network.
Some people aren't sure whether they need a phone and a tablet, so Asus is trying to bridge those more than ever, with the announcement of the PadFone coming to Australia.
Families looking for a way to print wirelessly from their phone and tablet can find it in a couple of new printers being announced from Canon.
One of the world's biggest toy makers has given GadgetGuy a preview of what's new and awesome, and heading to stores for Aussie younglings this Christmas. Start making your wish-lists now.
Last year, Microsoft told us that it had plans to make the Kinect more friendly for kids, and now they're showing us the goods, with September the time that your kids can finally play with Elmo and Grover and bears, oh my!
Like it did with its last G series model, Panasonic will skip a digit in its naming convention and move the G3 straight to a G5 when its next flagship Micro Four Thirds camera lands locally in just a few weeks.
Rumours from pretty much every outlet are confirming that the yet-announced iPhone 5 will have a redesigned iPod dock port, much to the annoyance of anyone who has ever bought an iPod dock. While we know some people will be a little ticked off, there is method to Apple's madness.
Earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, one of the leading wireless developers unleashed a new standard on the world: 802.11ac is three times faster than 802.11n, the standard in the past few years. With devices now just adding the new WiFi tech, it only seems fitting that a follow-up is being talked about for next year.
With an "M" for "mini" or "micro," the new EOS M is Canon's belated attempt at gaining a foothold in the mirror-less interchangeable market, finally giving the big C a compact camera with a big heart.
When the Commonwealth Bank launched a new business platform last week, we wondered why we didn't see more banks release digital solutions. Hearing the call out, Westpac has now unveiled a new app for customers with an iPad aimed at making mobile banking friendlier to customers.
One of the world's leading makers of wireless music and radio devices is dropping the cord and allows its customers to play music over the air, with the latest Pure Contour dock supporting Apple AirPlay.
Anyone after a TV with a picture quality greater than any other available television may have to travel to Korea, as LG has a product that measures 213 centimetres diagonally and features a breathtaking 4K resolution coming out shortly.
We've certainly seen our fair share of home phone evolutions this week, what with Telstra's new tablet-based home phone arriving, but Panasonic has a different approach on how the digital telephone should evolve.