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Insta360 Launches GO 3S: A Compact Powerhouse with 4K Capabilities

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Insta360 has unveiled the latest addition to its acclaimed GO camera series, the Insta360 GO 3S. Maintaining the compact form factor of its predecessor, the GO 3S brings significant enhancements, most notably the ability to capture stunning 4K video....

Rumour: Telstra to sell the Google Pixel 4a

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Every new phone release results in rumours before and after about the specs and availability at various retailers. It's the latter that we've received a tip on from an inside source suggesting that Telstra will be stocking the...
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Best Strategies to Win at Online Casino Games: Expert Tips for Success

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In the world of online casino games, it can be both exciting and bewildering. Players constantly search for strategies to boost their chances of winning and make their gaming experience more rewarding. While online casinos offer various games, each...

Todoist brings Kanban style boards to increase project functionality

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There are a lot of users around who have a lot on their plate, the use of a task manager is almost essential. Todoist is just one of those options, now with better project management through Kanban boards...

Yubikey 5C NFC quick review — Hardware authentication has caught up to current standards

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For at least two years now, discerning buyers have been migrating their hardware over to USB C for anything and everything possible. For around 12 months, a not insignificant number of buyers simply won’t buy hardware unless it’s USB...

OnePlus tease the OnePlus 8T with an official video

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OnePlus have become the masters of the slow tease. Each of their phone releases they slowly whet everyone's appetite for their upcoming device building to a crescendo at the release date. Now with the OnePlus 8T release...

Google is promising a revolution in AI based search, and it looks like what...

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Google Search is already the market leader when it comes to finding out what you want to know, we'd argue they got there by being the best. Well, the best is about to get a whole lot better if...

XDA made a phone? Damn right they did, and it’s got a mechanical...

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Back in the days so many of us used to use custom ROMs on our phones to enable so many features that for some reason Google did not include in the AOSP. Eventually Google included many of these...

Razer marches into mainstream productivity with the Razer Book 13

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Razer is well known globally for their gaming hardware and peripherals but they have now announced a laptop that signals their march into mainstream productivity. The Razer Book 13 is a 13.4" laptop (offering 1080p up to 4K)...

Fitbit Australia and Sydney Uni partner in international COVID-19 pandemic wearables research

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Can wearable tech predict COVID-19 and reveal how pandemics affect us? That's one of the questions University of Sydney researchers would like to know and to find out they have joined an international, US-led effort to discover if data from...

Review: Amazon Echo (4th Gen), a big ball of fun that has won me...

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Amazon Echo smart speakers have been around for a long time and while they are not everyone's cup of tea they have progressed a lot over that time. Sometimes it can be difficult to determine whether a speaker...

Optus MVNO Moose Mobile enables VoLTE calls over 4G and VoWiFi WiFi calling

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Several months ago Optus quietly changed their mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) agreements in a way that will greatly increase voice call quality and the number of places where voice calls can be made by Optus MVNO customers. The change...

Apparent OnePlus 9 5G leaks along with some specs — hopefully coming here

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Although we get a lot of devices here in Australia, and aside from a brief dalliance a few years ago we have not had OnePlus venture onto our shores. that does not stop us wanting them to though...

The NBN is “built and fully operational”, news to Ausdroid readers

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Just before Christmas, when the media was mostly focused elsewhere (including NSW's own COVID outbreak), the government made the somewhat surprising announcement that the National Broadband Network rollout was "built and fully operational". Of course, we knew better, but ran...

Could Felix Mobile replace your NBN connection for small users?

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Felix Mobile is a brand new telco operating in the mobile space and made a bit of a splash when it launched, offering unlimited data for $35 a month. As with all deals, though, there was a catch - that...

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