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Aussie Broadband Fetch TV Mighty 4K PVR Review

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Fetch TV's Mighty personal video recorder (PVR) aims to be "all your entertainment in one place", providing the ability to view & record Free To Air TV (via an antenna), view and record many popular subscription TV channels (SYFY,...

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 (5.5) — Review

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Alcatel OneTouch have made a name on lower end hardware, the results have ranged from decent through to less than average. But, since my walkthrough at their booth at Mobile World Congress, I’ve been aware that this company has...

Canon Powershot G7X Mark III Review – or, how I flew 12,000 km to...

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Sometimes it's drawn to my attention just how ridiculous my life can be. Some things which I've come to take as normal really just aren't. Most people don't travel internationally multiple times each year (or even once a year, or...

Live Connected — Service Review

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These days with the three mainstream phone service providers offering less and less true useful value in their plans, the chase is on for the many other providers (Mobile Virtual Network Operators or MVNOs for short) to get your...

D-Link DWR-956 Review — A great LTE backup router or primary option

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We’re in the process of living through a future history lesson due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s impacting all areas of everyone’s life and has caused a huge migration of the workforce to their homes. This migration...

Sony Xperia Z5, Xperia Z5 Compact & Xperia Z5 Premium — Review

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Rewind to the end of 2014 and the start of 2015, and Sony's Xperia Z3 found much favour with us at Ausdroid. The standard "full size" unit was a firm favourite with Chris, and the Z3 Compact found itself...

Optus 4G Plus Home Broadband — Review after a month

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Back in December, on news of Vividwireless' demise, I decided to sign up with Optus for some 4G home broadband. As you may recall, at $80 per month for 500GB of data, it sounded like a deal too good...

Moto G 3rd Generation — Review

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Motorola is innovating, and it's doing it at a cracking pace. The Moto G line is not quite two years old in Australia, and already we're reviewing the 3rd generation of the product. Ordinarily, we get a bit upset...

HTC One (M8) — Review

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Is the HTC One (M8) your new Mate? HTC has a long and proud history in the mobile industry. From their early years as an ODM (original design manufacturer) making phones and mobile devices to be branded as HP and...

CloudHQ gives you an easy way to sync your various cloud services, including Google...

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Chances are if you're reading Ausdroid you've got a Google account (or more than one) and that comes with Google Drive. However, if you're like me, you probably have a few cloud accounts. Most relevantly here, I have Microsoft...

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...

Droid Pro — Review

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Although the Droid Pro may never be released by a carrier here, we thought it would be cool to one from the guys at MobiCity and put it through its paces, as I liked the look of the form...

Ausdroid Reviews: Tranya Rimor wireless earbuds – is good sound at a reasonable price...

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Wireless earbuds are the latest trend among smartphone users with their popularity growing rapidly. Tranya is a new competitor in the Australian marketplace, aiming to be a competitive option in the field of Bluetooth earbuds. What’s in the box The...

Asus AiMesh AX6100 Review — Can AiMesh overcome a challenging layout to deliver connection...

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Wi-Fi is great isn’t it? When it works! I’ve got some friends (hard to believe I know…) who have struggled to get a decent signal through their home for some time. They’ve tried a few different router options as...

Huawei Matebook 14 Review — A solid investment but a touch too expensive…

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Back in June, we were lucky enough to take a look at the Matebook X Pro, which is the top of the line Windows laptop offering from Huawei. Sadly, the reality is that it’s very difficult to justify the...

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