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Saturday, November 28, 2020

New Fossil Wear OS device leaks out of the FCC

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Earlier this year we saw a new Fossil Wear OS watch model number DW11F1 and DW11F2 pass through the Bluetooth SIG, today we have seen the same two models, plus two more from Michael Kors go through the FCC...

Google’s Android TV partners can’t also use Amazon Fire TV

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Google is wielding Android as a weapon in the fight against Amazon that decides who operates your smart home. According to a report from Protocol, Google is able to revoke software licenses if a manufacturer uses Amazon's Fire TV. Companies like...

The Razer Kishi is a brand new Universal Gaming Controller for Android

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As phones become more powerful we've seen increasingly intricate and involved games make their way to the mobile platform. The problem with mobile gaming is touchscreen controls are typically not great. The direct USB-C interface means that...

A couple of weeks with Google’s Chromecast with Google TV — the best and...

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For the last couple of weeks - in what little time I get  between work and sleep - I've had a Google Chromecast with Google TV hooked up to our living room television and I've let the family have...

“OK Google” sensitivity now widely available for most speakers

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A week ago we reported on Google's announcement that they would be soon introducing the ability to fine tune your Google hotword sensitivity. The good news is that it is here and works for devices other than just...

Explained: What is Wi-Fi EasyMesh and is it useful?

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The growth in connected devices and streaming services that rely on Wi-Fi connectivity in the home has resulted in the need for smarter Wi-Fi networks that provide extended, uniform coverage. Wi-Fi EasyMesh products claim to benefit both consumers and service...

Instant Apps and more coming to Android TV with Android 11

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We tend to forget about Android TV a bit here at Ausdroid. Some Android TV devices and TVs rarely, if ever, see updates and as such new features mean little but hopefully this improves in the future because...

Blueant X3 portable speaker review — It a big, badass portable speaker with huge...

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Last year we took a look at the Blueant X1 and X2 speakers, finding them both to offer decent sound and great value for money. This year, they’ve released the X3 with a couple of great features as...

Google Fit gets a new look and some new tiles for Wear OS devices

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Google Fit is one Google product that seems to get forgotten about a lot -- the reason most likely being that Google are a long way behind their competitors in this space. Today's update brings with it a...

Google Pixel Buds app is live now, sorry Aussies you can’t buy them yet

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The Pixel Buds are coming here and you would expect that they're close given that today they have landed on the US Google Store. While we haven't yet heard officially when we can buy the Buds in Australia,...

Complete images of Xiaomi’s Android TV stick leak out

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We've been seeing leaks for the impending Xiaomi Android TV streaming stick for months now, with regulatory filings and specs slowly leaking out. Now the entire device and it's retail packaging has leaked out leaving absolutely nothing to the...

Premium audio brand EPOS launch their enterprise products into Australia

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If you're like me you will have been in an unprecedented number of online meetings this year. Research shows that poor audio is costing businesses time and money with the "average audio solution end user loses 29 minutes...

LASER $10 Smart white LED light bulbs Australia’s cheapest, prices cut across LASER smart...

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Australian consumer electronics company LASER has announced significant price reductions across its CONNECT SmartHome range, breaking new ground for affordability in connected devices for Australian consumers, spearheaded by a range of $10 Smart White Light Bulbs. It is the first...

Optus aims to increase revenue with new 5G home broadband plans $90 or $75

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Optus is about to launch two new 5G Home Broadband unlimited data internet plans allowing users the choice of $75/month for speeds capped at max 100Mbps or $90/month for uncapped speed including Optus Sport and a Fetch Mighty box...

Belkin launch a new wireless charger with a built in Bluetooth speaker

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Belkin are one of the better aftermarket accessory manufacturer in Australia -- we have looked at a few of their wireless chargers in recent years. They have now introduced a new take on their Belkin Boost Charge Wireless...

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