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Oppo R819 Dual-SIM Smartphone — Review
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Oppo R819 Dual-SIM Smartphone — Review

Oppo’s Dual Sim followup to the Find 5 Oppo attracted the eye of media and consumers alike with their Find 5 earlier this year, a device that was – and still is – seen as a worthy flagship device in both specs and style. The Chinese manufacturer’s attention now seems to be shifting towards the growing dual SIM smartphone market[Read More…]

in Phones, Reviews by at 5:24 pm on November 9, 2013
Philips Hue — Review
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Philips Hue — Review

One small step towards Home Automation The dream of a completely automated home has been inching closer for the last few years, when Google announced Android @Home a few years back at Google IO, it seemed like an idea that had finally reached the mainstream, but it failed to materialise in any meaningful way shape or form. Thankfully, there have[Read More…]

in Accessories, Reviews by at 1:03 pm on November 7, 2013
Game Review: Monster Mash Saga
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Game Review: Monster Mash Saga

It’s Halloween in Australia – let’s not get into the whole US only holiday thing – so why not try out a monster game like Monster Mash Saga from Australian developers Hovel Games. Gameplay Monster Mash Saga is a game that falls into the ‘match three’ genre, which sees you matching three or more Ghosts, Zombies, Devils, Mummies or Vampires[Read More…]

in Apps, Reviews by at 2:23 pm on October 31, 2013
Nokia 925 — Review
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Nokia 925 — Review

Ausdroid takes on the Nokia Lumia 925 This is a little out of the norm, we normally stick to the Android based handsets and devices that are available in Australia, but a recent challenge by the team over at TechGeek to review the Lumia 925 had us intrigued. With limited experience of the WP8 OS, I felt it was time[Read More…]

in Reviews by at 10:13 am on October 30, 2013
Sony Smart Watch 2 — Review
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Sony Smart Watch 2 — Review

Want a new wrist based accessory? The Smart Watch 2 could be it. The Sony SmartWatch 2 (SW2) is Sony’s third generation smart watch, and the successor to what Sony simply called the Smart Watch. The current model is an advance in all aspects from the previous edition. The SmartWatch 2 is perhaps more properly described as a second screen[Read More…]

in Reviews by at 8:00 am on October 30, 2013
Sony Xperia Z Ultra — Review
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Sony Xperia Z Ultra — Review

Sony’s 6.4″ phablet dwarfs the competition, but is bigger really better? Sony‘s Xperia Z Ultra is an impressive phone – in physical size, style and technical specifications. On paper the phone looks fantastic and has probably attracted the interest of anyone who likes a large phone. But how big is too big? People scoffed at the Galaxy Note when it[Read More…]

in Reviews by at 8:15 am on October 28, 2013
Game Review: Long Run bursts onto Google Play
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Game Review: Long Run bursts onto Google Play

A new game from a new company – 2D Tap, Long Run a new take on a side-scrolling endless running games has just arrived on Google Play. Long Run sees you take on the role of an agent who is escaping from a dangerous high security building, it’s a pretty normal state of affairs for the endless runner genre –[Read More…]

in Apps, Google Play, Reviews by at 5:08 pm on October 26, 2013
LG G2 — Review
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LG G2 — Review

Hardware, hardware, everywhere, is the LG G2 the king of the smartphone heap? LG has made some really good moves in the last couple of years, clawing their way out of relative obscurity in the Smartphone industry to a place where the upcoming launch of their latest handset – the LG G2 – was actually building the same sort of[Read More…]

in Reviews by at 8:30 am on October 23, 2013
Game Review: Neon Shadow, a blast from the past
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Game Review: Neon Shadow, a blast from the past

Neon Shadow is an intense and exciting first person shooter that copies draws inspiration from Quake and Doom. You are a heavily armored Space Marine Commander who has to save a space station overrun with robotic alien creatures that are out to draw blood — your blood. To say that the setting – confined corridors and swooshing cargo doors that you[Read More…]

in News, Reviews by at 4:46 pm on October 22, 2013
ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10 — Review
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ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10 — Review

Asus and Intel join forces in this mid range pitch for the large tablet market. The Asus Intel Proposition Asus has good market credibility in the Android tablet space. With successes like the Nexus 7 and Transformer line of tablets they are probably as well known as Samsung for innovation with larger Android tablets. Intel, on the other hand, are[Read More…]

in Reviews, Tablets by at 1:17 pm on October 9, 2013