Displaying items by tag: AV

Aldi's well-known special buys change twice a week, and on 23 March, it is unleashing two TVs, glittering rechargeable batteries, a Nokia smartphone, 128GB MicroSD card, CD Hi-Fi system, Bluetooth headphones and more.

Published in Home Tech

Samsung and “Boiler Room” are delivering “Infinity Sounds”: an immersive, audio-visual show that’s Boiler Room’s first to be captured exclusively through a smartphone lens.

Published in Entertainment

Imagine you could go to a Hi-Fi AV show and take your own content to enjoy in genuine living room scenarios. Well, now you can, in a very cool new way.

Published in Entertainment

The famous engineer Andrew Jones made his move to Elac and made moves to debut a brand new high-end audio speaker range, yet starting at the boldly affordable price of $499.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 11 February 2016 00:35

Haptics: the touching way to do things with feeling

A new report says that ‘more players getting into touch with emerging haptics’ in the fields of automotive, VR, AR, robotics and other consumer sectors besides.

Published in Home Tech

Panasonic has unleashed a stack of new products aimed squarely at business users, including new Toughbooks, 4K broadcast cameras, archival storage, AV, Security and Unified Comms.

LG 4K UHD TV event in Sydney showcased new 4K UHD TVs, better colours, better upscaling and plenty more - but no OLED 4K TVs yet.

Published in Entertainment

Consumer electronics company Soniq is causing shockwaves with its new Bluetooth speaker, the Rock 7, new Cyberast digital signage for businesses and a home AV installation service.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 16 May 2012 16:10

HGST CinemaStar drives aimed at video devices

A new range of hard drives from HGST are designed for PVR and similar applications.

New CinemaStar 2.5in hard drives from Western Digital subsidiary HGST offer various blends of capacity, physical size and performances. But what they have in common is that they are designed for use in PVRs and other devices used to record or play back video.

Published in Entertainment

One of Russia's most famous digital exports in recent years has been Kaspersky Lab, an Internet security company that has gone from strength to strength, now winning AV-Comparatives' 'Product of the Year'.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 06 December 2011 13:03

Cnet's Download.com is bundling malware with Nmap

Fyodor (Nmap's original author) is an angry man right now.  The download.com website has added a wrapper to Nmap and other downloads to install various additional components; the wrapper is also recognized as malware by many AV packages.

Published in Security
Friday, 26 November 2010 04:34

The sky's no limit for Kaspersky

With a brand new Ferrari sponsorship under its belt, a successful year-long 'Jackie Chan' promotion that is continuing in Asia thanks to heavy reseller demand and even sponsoring the Melbourne Demons as part of an Australian AFL showdown in Shanghai, Kaspersky is working with consumers, businesses and governments worldwide to stop the scourge of spyware, online criminals and online threats on a variety of platforms.

Published in Home Tech




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