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Firewalla Blue Review — Automatic protection for your family or business online, the easy...

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In the current online environment, if you’re not at least mildly concerned about data security and the online safety of your family you probably aren’t paying enough attention. There are constant threats online from spam, phishing, malicious code...

O Canada! Our home and native land! VPN to Canada and transfer your...

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After posting the question yesterday to our readers if they'd seen the month-old transfer tool for transferring your Google Play Music library to YouTube Music we were met with a chorus of "no". Except for one where the...

The Gmail compose button just got a makeover

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Taking a quick look around recently updated apps on my phone this morning and I noticed the Gmail app was listed. In their usual, highly descriptive way Google has listed bug fixes and performance improvements as the change...

More Pixel 4a photos leak and show off it’s wireless charging ability

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The Pixel 4a is coming, we know that for certain and already know a lot about the phone. We've seen the sub $600 price tag, specs, a camera review, packaging and hands on. There's already a lot...

Are we splitting hairs with smartphone cameras? OnePlus 8 Pro scores 119 on DxOMark

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Recently we reviewed the OnePlus 8 Pro and thought that finally OnePlus had brought a premium level smartphone camera experience to their premium device. To our naked eye the images produced by it were really good and were...

Google Play Music to YouTube Music transfers live for many. Not me, how...

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A month ago Google announced that there finally had a tool to transfer your Google Play Music data -- playlists, likes, library etc -- over to YouTube Music. They actually demonstrated it to us and told us that...

Check out some new hardware from Razer this long weekend

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It's not our normal coverage at Ausdroid to pick up on PC peripherals but this caught my attention and figured there would be some readers who would appreciate it too. Razer is a name synonymous with gaming and...

Facebook actually wants to help you not use Facebook so much? Screenshots point...

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Digital Wellbeing has become the catchphrase of many tech companies with so many of us spending so much time on our devices -- Elon Musk actually Joe Rogan recently that we are cyborgs already due to the computer implanted...

Does your Android Auto cut out on bumpy rides? Turns out you’re not alone

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I know I've had the experience of driving over a speed bump, or even dropping a set of keys into my dash cup holders and having Android Auto disconnect. Initially I thought it was the cable, so I'd replace...

Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus review — New Hardware, new features with the same...

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We like our gadgets at Ausdroid and some time ago, we got our first look at the Ring Doorbell system. We’ve seen that evolve to the Ring Video Doorbell 2, added various cameras to their product range and now...

Sony’s WH1000 XM4 wireless headphones show up in retail channels before official release

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We've been tracking the apparent delayed release of Sony's next generation of high end Wireless earphones the WH1000XM4. Yesterday they have showed up on Walmart's site (now taken down) in the US. So what can we expect? On the whole...

Belkin’s battery boosting options just got a power up

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What's more important than being connected these days? Part of that need we have is to stay connected as well, aside from fringe connectivity the biggest risk to that for most users is the battery. There are plenty of...

OnePlus 8 Pro set to go on sale in India with its x-ray vision...

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The OnePlus 8 Pro has a colour filter lens that when combined with the photochrome filter in the camera app allows the lens and camera to "see through" some structures. When it was discovered by some users OnePlus...

Microsoft Chrome Edge is coming to most Windows 10 PCs

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Microsoft has been steadily marching towards a full implementation of their chromium based browser upgrade to Microsoft Edge. It seems they have crossed a big line in the sand with the improved browser now being pushed to certain builds...

Hey Google, some users seem upset you’re tracking incognito activities

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Do you use Incognito mode in Google Chrome under the guise that it's a private browsing method? Perhaps it's time to rethink that as Google is facing a hefty lawsuit in the USA over the private mode of...

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