Archive for January, 2019

Taking a punt on foldable phones

Industry is looking for something big to captivate buyers, so some manufacturers are punting on foldable, malleable phones.

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iPhone’s Aussie halo slips

Price conscious Australian buyers are helping Android-powered Huawei and Samsung phones make ground at Apple’s expense.

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Netgear’s Orbi tackles outdoors

Netgear is selling a weatherproof outdoor router that it says will make your indoor Wi-Fi available in your garden.

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Zenbook has the looks

Taiwan’s Asus has put a lot of thought into its new Zenbook 14.

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Zero Latency teams with tech giants

Zero Latency, the Australian firm that pioneered arena-style multiplayer VR, has announced collaborations with Microsoft, HP and Intel.

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Xiaomi demos folding phone

What’s better than a phone that folds once? A phone that folds twice of course.

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Secrets and lies

Federal parliament passed amendments last month to give Australian agencies more tools to access encrypted conversations.

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Robot cleans windows, slowly

My resolution for 2019 is to have gleaming robot-cleaned windows at home.

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Rode has new podcast toy

Australian made RodeCaster Pro offers a great entry into the podcasting boom.

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Hearables firms making big noise

Three Australian ‘hearables’ are gearing up for a busy 2019.

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From drills to drones

Meet the Israeli orthodontist who gave up drills for drones. He has built a selfie drone that doubles as a smartphone case.

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