Thursday , May 5 2016

Reviews

LG G4 — Review

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LG’s G4 is the third major smartphone launch this year, following on the heels of HTC’s One (M9) and Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge double attack. As with 2013, LG was a little late to the party, but having taken the time to prepare the release of the …

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ZTE Blade S6 — Review

ZTE have begun their push into the mainstream consumer marketplace after being a white label manufacturer of devices for our telcos and it has seen the company slowly become both serious contender and competitor to the big boys not only overseas but also here within Australia and we have reviewed …

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Garmin nuviCam — Review

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When we received some news about Garmin’s latest GPS, dubbed nüviCam LMT, in our press-release inbox the other week, I decided to take a closer look. Why? What does this have to do with Ausdroid? Well, it’s a GPS and dashcam in one, and (when tethered to a compatible Android …

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Home security for less than $1.00 per day.

Cammy Wireless Camera Offer

How would you like to watch over your home, family, pets and possessions at any time from anywhere, right from your Android device? Cammy lets you do this, and it's easy to set up. Sign up today, and receive a FREE Wi-Fi camera on your new subscription.

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Review: Asus Zenfone 2 ZE550ML

Asus is a name that nearly everyone knows, although very few know for sure how to pronounce it. For years they have made laptops that have been popular with the general population. They have made the hugely popular Nexus 7 tablets, as well as their own Memo tablets but have …

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Word Academy Review

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Word Academy is a new word puzzle similar to games like Scramble With Friends. Does it have that one-more-go hook that puzzle games need? Word Academy tasks the player with finding certain word in a grid of letters. Letters can be selected in any direction and finding the word awards …

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Australians flocking to VPN solutions amid privacy, data retention and geo-blocking concerns

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It’s little wonder that people are growing more and more concerned with how their activity online might be stored and monitored, with Australia’s recent passage of mandatory data retention legislation (and the virtually unfettered access to that information by law enforcement agencies). It seems that we’ve learned nothing from the …

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