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The $20,000 instant asset write-off has been extended until 1 July 2019. Great news for small business, especially if you use it wisely. You need
Our resident gadget expert Peter Blasina talks all about the takeover of robots on 612ABC Brisbane. Time to bow down to our robot masters? Listen
A new pair of earphones is on the way from the acoustic-friendly House of Marley brand, as the company pushes past plastic for a wooden style of in-ears accented in metal.
This week, Telstra suffered a pretty serious outage, cutting mobile and data services on Tuesday. If you were affected, you’re probably angry, but on Sunday, you can take out your frustrations with free data.
From all of us here at GadgetGuy, we hope you had a top and safe New Year's Eve heading into an excellent beginning to the new year. Yes, 2016 is here.
It's Christmas Day here in Australia, and everyone here at GadgetGuy wants to wish you a merry Christmas, the happiest of holidays, and all that jazz.
If you like a big phone but you prefer it both slim and large, a mid-range model might be what the wallet prefers.
The next six months should be mighty interesting if you’re a Telstra customer, with the telco opening up its nationwide WiFi network to all mobile customers, not just the ones on its BigPond internet service.
The news this week isn’t just about Star Wars, as the geeky game of rock, paper, scissors gets updated for a special tournament happening this weekend in Sydney and Melbourne.
A new study is out, and the news isn’t particularly good if you have kids, with the boffins at Kaspersky Lab’s security group finding out that parents might be just as in the dark on cyberbullying as the very kids being bullied.
The portable blender world is now in full swing, or full blend, anyway, and the sister company of Breville is keen to show budget brands who’s boss.
Just in case you thought the only smartwatches to consider for gifts were the ones out in stores, Asus is ready with a sequel to its classy ZenWatch model.
Luxury brand Bang & Olufsen has been building its high-end gear for almost a century, and in its 90th year, we’re seeing something truly special come out of its design studios.
According to a new study, only one in five parents are concerned about what their kids are getting up to online, and most aren’t talking about cyber safety. When education is one of the key solutions, this might be a troubling fact.
We weren’t too impressed that Samsung decided its Galaxy Note 5 should only come in 32GB, souring what was otherwise an excellent phone. Fortunately, the company has seen the light.