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Google Chrome 68 warns HTTP sites not secure – tip of the iceberg

July 30, 2018

If you use the latest Google Chrome, you may start to see ‘Your connection to this site is not secure’ on older HTTP sites.

Samsung previews certified unbreakable flexible OLED smartphone screen

July 30, 2018

Samsung has made a genuine certified unbreakable flexible OLED screen (FOLED).

Lenovo Smart Display adds colour and movement to OK Google

July 29, 2018

It did not take long for someone to bring out a Google Home enabled ‘tablet’. Lenovo Smart Display is the first of the mark.

Motorola gees up the g6 series (Australian review)

July 29, 2018

Motorola has released three new g6 series smartphones – the g6 Play (entry-level), g6 (mainstream) and the g6 Plus (upper-level). These replace its popular g5

Life’s Good – not fair. LG mobile phone division is suffering (opinion)

July 27, 2018

LG makes great phones. Its G7 and V30+ ThinQ are top performers and more than a match for Android competitors. But the LG mobile phone

Samsung N950 Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 soundbar shakes, rattles and rolls (announcement)

July 27, 2018

If the Samsung N950 Dolby Atmos soundbar was around in 1954 when Bill Haley and his Comets were belting out the famous ‘Shake, Rattle and

Go 2, Clip 3 and Extreme 2 added to JBL portable Bluetooth speaker range

July 25, 2018

There are now 16 different speakers in the JBL portable Bluetooth speaker range including three OK Google voice-controlled LINK speakers. GadgetGuy has become quite a

Hisense U9D turns up the light with 5376 dimming zones

July 25, 2018

The Hisense U9D, is a 65-inch Quantum Dot TV with 5376 dimming zones. Delegates to its Global Partner Conference in Russia universally said it as

EU fines Google 5 billion (US$) for Search and Chrome bundling into Android

July 25, 2018

The European Union – EU fines Google 5 billion (US) for compulsorily bundling its Search engine and Chrome Browser into Android. EU claims it is

Apple Butterfly Keyboard 3 teardown

July 24, 2018

Apple has reduced the incidence of ‘dust ingress’ in its new MacBook 2018 models. The Butterfly Keyboard 3 is the answer to the apparent higher

Telstra touts Peace of Mind and Extra Data mobile plans

July 24, 2018

For a company dedicated to reducing its 1800 plus phone plans to a mere handful, the Peace of Mind and Extra Data mobile plans seems

Data Transfer Project makes it easier for us to swap data around

July 23, 2018

Microsoft, Google, Twitter and Facebook have jointly announced the Data Transfer Project. When finished it will enable data to move from one platform to another.

MyRepubic pinged by ACCC for false and misleading NBN speeds

July 23, 2018

NBN provider MyRepublic has paid penalties totalling $25,200. The ACCC issued two infringement notices for false or misleading representations about its NBN service performance.

Sonys true native 4K projector commitment

July 23, 2018

Sony says its real 4K projectors are now in use by more than 22,000 cinema screens. That is Sonys true native 4K projector commitment.

Danny Adamopoulos from Motorola drops in for a chat

July 23, 2018

Danny Adamopoulos, GM sales APAC Mature Markets, dropped into GadgetGuy for a chat.

Ola rideshare opens in Adelaide – 1.5 million Aussie rides since February

July 23, 2018

Ola rideshare has opened in Adelaide. And it celebrated its 1.5million rides since launching in Perth in February.

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