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Ausdroid Reviews: HP x2 11 Chromebook – a Chromebook Tablet that acts and feels like a better Surface Go

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Chromebooks have certainly taken off, not only here in Australia but around the globe, as people continue to need to work from home. A few Chromebook 2-in-1 form factors have been coming out as consumers demand more...

New MT610G Australian made GME Personal Locator Beacon must-have for anyone exploring remote Australia

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When I was younger I travelled to many remote places in Australia such as Chambers Pillar and Wolfe Creek Crater so I know that while Telstra mobile coverage is much larger than Optus or Vodafone, there...

Review: Kobo Plus Australia subscription ebooks – is it suited to your reading interests?

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A few months ago Rakuten Kobo launched its all-you-can-read eBook subscription service Kobo Plus in Australia for $13.99/month after a 30-day free trial. The service offers over 580,000 eBook titles available which sounds like a lot, but bear...

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event officially announced

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We've already seen rumours about when the annual Unpacked event from Samsung would happen. Samsung has now officially announced the date: Thursday 10th February at 2am AEDT Like their most recent previous events, the Unpacked 2022 event...

Rumour: Google’s foldable Pixel Notepad will cost US$1,399.00

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The rumours continue to mount about the foldable Google Pixel device including the Tensor chip inclusion and other specs. We're now somewhat confident it will be called the Pixel Notepad and, thanks to 9to5Google we believe...

Rumour – Google maybe working on a new Chromecast with Google TV

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It’s been 15 months since Google launched its Chromecast with Google TV back in October 2020 and now there are rumours going around that the company has an Android-powered device in the works codenamed Boreal. According to...

TPG Telecom and Telstra are offering free mobile calls to Tonga for its customers to reconnect with Family.

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It's been just over a week since Tonga’s Hung Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai volcano erupted and caused a massive tsunami to wipe out many villages and cuting off its submarine telecommunication line, cutting off Tonga from their relatives not...

Matter: Why it matters in 2022

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Ask a physicist what Matter is and you’ll get a long-winded answer about life, the universe and everything. But in the tech world, that answer has changed and - in the context of smart homes -...

Review: 7″ Kobo Libra 2 vs 8″ Kobo Sage, which e-ink e-reader should you choose?

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The new Libra 2 and Sage have several features not seen before in the 7-8 inch size Kobo ebook reader category including USB-C port, audiobook playback support, E Ink Carta 1200 screen technology as well as...

Weekend Warrior: Razer’s new Hello Kitty range has a catchy aesthetic

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Razer is one of the biggest names in performance gaming hardware and peripherals. The company has gone to the next level with a collection of Hello Kitty and Friends gear. The range covers a...

Ghost Tube app review — All those sensors on your phone can be used for other purposes

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Today we’re looking at something very different, an app -- one of three -- called Ghost Tube. Released by Jarrad and Amy from the YouTube channel Amy’s Crypt, the app is built to help paranormal...

Britbox Australia enables Amazon Fire TV app and adds new episodes of Coronation Street

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Australian fans of BBC and ITV TV shows can now watch Britbox Australia on Fire TV stick streaming devices. I just tried it on out on a Fire TV Stick 4K Max and the login process was...

IKEA and Sonos deliver another SYMFONISK speaker that will blend into your living space

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Sonos is one of the biggest names in streaming music hardware, offering outstanding sound quality and more recently, smart assistant capable devices. They have also engaged with home living giant IKEA to create the SYMFONISK...

[Good Deal] 10% off Samsung phones at JB Hi-Fi

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In the lead up to its normal release for the Galaxy S devices right before MWC, we're seeing a number of leaks around the expected Galaxy S22 devices. As part of this lead-up, Samsung -- as...

Leak Time: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra appears, then disappears from official support site

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Perhaps the headline should have read Whoops with Samsung leaking its own device on an official support page. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra appeared on the company's official support page. The page was, unsurprisingly, taken...

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