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Despite brain-dead predictions that Apple Watch would fail, it is now the world's most popular smartwatch and the world's most advanced, and with watchOS 6, it will get even better!

Published in Home Tech

The "Easter egg" of wired and wireless mouse and trackpad support in accessibility options was left out of the keynote, but so much was packed in that iPadOS is the world's most interesting new operating system.

Published in Home Tech

For those running macOS Mojave beta like myself, the announcement of NTFS for Mojave as a free download is very welcome, as is the ability to let Windows read Mac-formatted APFS drives.

Published in Home Tech

Peripherals manufacturer Logitech has added support for photo-editing application Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, Adobe Reader DC on Windows and Preview and Quicktime on macOS to its CRAFT keyboard which was launched last month.

Published in Hardware

Samsung will launch its Galaxy Tab S3 next week where it will showcase its latest premium, 9.7” Android Tablet offering.

iTWire has had an S8+ for the past five days under embargo until 19 April. The initial impressions are that it is certainly still the king of the Android world, offering almost every conceivable top-draw feature.

Published in ShawThing
Thursday, 30 March 2017 16:58

Windows 10 Creators Update (first look)

The Windows 10 Creators update has nothing to do with the coders who wrote the operating system, but is a “creative” update that adds things like 3D and virtual reality, collaboration, epic gaming with 4K fidelity, game broadcasting and more.

Published in ShawThing
Wednesday, 21 December 2016 09:35

Game Preview: My Summer Car

So you want to build your own car, from scratch, by yourself? Well, in real life that could be quite an undertaking. But even in this Finnish video game simulation it will take some effort.

Published in Games

iOS 10 arrives in the Australian spring, when new iDevices arrive, and while the iPhone 4S is no longer supported, there are tonnes of great new features to look forward to.

Published in Mobility

It’s the fourth new Windows 10 Build for those in the ‘fast’ ring in two weeks, with Build 10166 offering even more bug fixing 'fit-and-finish'.

Published in Home Tech

Five years after Office 2011 for Mac was released, Microsoft has finally gotten around to releasing its long-awaited update as a free preview, dubbed Office 2016 for Mac.

Published in Business Software

Spotify has put the finishing touches on its latest feature, letting you preview any song, album, artist or playlist by pressing the screen.

Published in Entertainment

The next generation of Microsoft’s operating system, Windows 10, will be unveiled shortly, showcasing Cortana and plenty more.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 20 January 2015 12:35

HOW TO WATCH the Windows 10 Preview live event

If you want to watch the live Windows 10 Consumer Preview, complete with Cortana and other surprises, here’s the details on where you need to go and the time it’s on - which is 4am in Australia!

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 18 February 2014 19:58

Beating the Titanfall Beta

Microsoft  is banking a lot on Respawn Entertainment’s forthcoming Titanfall.  Having spent a lot of hours bounding around in the mech strewn world of the Titanfall beta test we can safely confirm that this release will be a unit shifter.

Published in Radioactive IT

[UPDATE] Added the latest mysterious trailer for XCOM: The Bureau.  We get to understand more about the mysterious Bureau, the forerunner to XCOM, that infamous organisation that protects us from Alien threats.

Published in Radioactive IT
Tuesday, 02 July 2013 08:44

Game Preview: Mad Max

Between the original 1979 movie and the iconic Mad Max 2 (The Road Warrior in the US) two years later there is a large leap of story line, but there are constants between the surreal setting of Max’s revenge tale and the post-apocalyptic world of the spectacular sequel.  Mainly it was that black ’73 Falcon XB GT in the role of Pursuit Special V8 Interceptor.

Published in Radioactive IT

The three grubby people crouch behind a desk, outside the rain patters against what is left of the glass, but it is not enough noise to drown the movement of the people.  The attention of a Clicker is aroused, and it will take more than the two bullets left in their revolver to stop this infected horror from trying to chew their necks.

Published in Radioactive IT
Wednesday, 14 March 2012 01:09

Windows 8 Consumer Preview, first thoughts

Microsoft's Windows 8 Consumer Preview has already been downloaded more than one million times since its launch a couple of weeks ago, and so far, it's looking good, while still needing work before retail availability.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 09 January 2012 14:31

CES 2012 previewed - for consumers and business

The first major tech show of the year is nearly upon us, and with 2012 set to unleash all manner of exciting technologies (and undoubtedly some flops), CES is where we get to see a lot of new tech unveiled first - here's what to expect.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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