Australian-listed Internet of Things (IoT) technology company X2M Connect has secured two contract wins in China valued at approximately $1 million.
The accessories market for flagship smartphones from the major players is huge, and while cheap and cheerful accessories are widely available, there are some quality brands always worth paying extra for to buy quality and peace of mind.
After having started Belkin in his garage nearly 38 years ago, Belkin founder Chet Pipkin created an amazing company that remains a market leader to this day, with products worthy of being featured in Apple iPhone keynotes, and now he becomes Executive Chairman of the Board as he appoints a 16-year veteran of Belkin to be its new CEO.
Twelve South is a company whose North Star is quality, creativity and really cool innovation. I've been a paying customer for years, and the only time they've gone south is when they launched their Australian office!
HP Australia has pledged to donate over $400,000 worth of essential technology to help NSW students and schools in regions affected by bushfires get back on their feet during the COVID 19 pandemic, through its Kids Fund initiative in partnership with UNICEF Australia and childrens’ charity Royal Far West (RFW).
Australia's government-accredited mobile recycling program, MobileMuster, has revealed the significant progress it has made in positive impacting the environment over 21 years with the release of its 2019 Annual Report.
No, this is not about a laser, rather a company that is laser-focused — like its name — on being an accessory “brand” without all the cost and marketing hype that involves.
Aussie brand 3SIXT is ready to protect, charge, or make using your Samsung Galaxy Note7 easier (or almost any other brand and model as well).
Brydge’s ‘award-winning’ BrydgeAir Bluetooth keyboard has announced full compatibility with the brand new iPad Pro 9.7
We spoke to Australian tech company Dog & Bone in the week of the 43rd anniversary of the world’s first ‘real’ cellular phone call, looking back and forward at technology and the future!
The Mobile Muster program is appealing for all to recycle their old, unwanted mobiles, batteries and accessories to help families in need for Christmas 2015.
From today until ‘Cyber Monday’ on 30 November, with new deals posted ‘throughout the week’, Newegg promises more than 260 ‘deep discounts’ are now available.
Aussies are becoming increasingly reliant on their smartphones when it comes to their health and fitness regimes, with just over a quarter using their smartphone as a pocket personal trainer to track fitness goals, improve their health and lose weight.
Sony is taking on the Oculus Rift, unveiling a virtual reality headset of its own for Playstation 4 in San Francisco.
Apple has added a page to its Chinese website dedicated exclusively to informing consumers about its chargers, after one woman was killed and another put into a coma from third-party accessories.
CORRECTION: A spokesperson from Ambulance NSW has confirmed the incident was related to mental health and no electric shock occurred.
Targus - perhaps best known for its computer cases - has announced a new range of accessories specifically aimed at ultrabook owners.
The trouble with smartphones is that the better and more useful they are, the more you use them, and the more you use them, the faster the battery goes flat. Recharging during the day isn't always possible if your idea of being out and about doesn't include driving, so one answer is an external battery.
If you want a dock for your iPod® that also makes it fun and easy to share your music with your friends and family, then Logitech has an iPod speaker dock for you. Logitech Australia today unveiled the Logitech® Rechargeable Speaker S315i and the Logitech® Portable Speaker S125i. Offering exceptionally long battery life, the Rechargeable Speaker S315i delivers up to 20 hours of listening time, while the Portable Speaker S125i lets you crank up the bass in your bedroom, kitchen, living room - even in your backyard.
A change to the iPad's thickness means old cases don't suit the new model. Here's how PADACS is accommodating the change.
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