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Belkin’s new Active Pro Messenger Bag suits up to 15.6” screen notebooks and its subtle reflective strips help it stand out at night.

Published in Books

OPPO has released the R11 — the successor to the world’s largest selling Android phone R9 series — and it heralds the entrance of a dual camera that, at $649, is very hard to beat.

Samsung’s Galaxy Book 12 is almost the ideal travel companion with an amazing 12” AMOLED display, S Pen, detachable keyboard, and available with 4G LTE as well.

Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab S3 continues the tradition of its premium pedigree – it is an evolution of the world’s best Android tablet.

Friday, 28 July 2017 09:39

AMD RZYEN 3 completes new processor lineup

AMD’s new RYZEN 3 series completes the consumer to gamer processor roadmap complementing its 5 and 7 series – it now covers everything from low power draw notebooks to high-performance e-sports desktops.

Published in Home Tech

Windows will move a step closer to making PCs and smartphones work together in the coming Build 16251.

Published in Business Software
Thursday, 27 July 2017 09:37

Brennan IT reaches 20-year milestone

Brennan IT was founded in 1997 and in those days, it was focused on the burgeoning internet and hosting. Today it has 400+ employees and 1000+ clients.

Published in Market

Apple has been ordered to pay US$506 million to the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing arm for patent infringements for its A7, A8 and A8X processors used in relevant iPhone, iPad Mini, and iPad Air models.

Published in Listed Tech

The Transport Security Administration is implementing new US Airport screening procedures for carry on bags to ensure passenger safety. Any electronic device bigger than a mobile phone will require X-ray screening.

Published in Technology Regulation

Forza now has more than 700 cars in the game and has added pre-war racers that will challenge drivers of every skill level, post-war cruisers that changed the way the public thought of the automobile, and many more.

Published in Entertainment

D-Link has released a 2000Mbps, PowerLine (network over power lines) adaptor with a Gigabit Ethernet Lan socket and 240V pass through.

Published in Networking

An incredible outpouring of support for MS Paint that was to be deprecated from future Windows 10 versions has resulted in it receiving a last-minute "Presidential" pardon – it will be available from the Windows Store for some time to come.

Published in Apps

HP’s new Envy 13 is a value packed, Intel 7th generation, Core i5 or i7 notebook that is a step above the HP Pavilion and other value sub-brands. It also comes in both 13” and 15” models and with a choice of clamshell or x360° style hinges.

A staggering 87% of all smartphones sold in China in Q2, 2017, came from Chinese makers, leaving Apple and Samsung with the rest.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 24 July 2017 18:16

Motorola Z2 Play – more is less (review)

The Moto Z2 Play, Gen 2, 2017, packs way more into its next iteration as the entry-level flagship of the Z series. Add Moto Mods compatibility and it can take sales from its more expensive big brothers, the Z2 and Z2 Force.

Microsoft has issued a list of deprecated and removed features from its Windows 10 Fall (spring in Australia) Creators update. 

Published in Home Tech

OPPO keeps rolling out new models in its bid to conquer the smartphone market – at least in its homeland of China where it is now #2. The A77 is a definite conqueror in the mass-to-mid-market sgement.

Friday, 21 July 2017 12:02

Are your work chats private?

A new report from Reportlinker Insights has found that 57% of respondents to a survey believe there is no guarantee that workplace conversations on things like Slack, HipChat, Campfire, Facebook, Lync, or Skype will remain private.

Published in Business Software

You got your driver’s licence as soon as you could – a rite of passage. Now as a millennial with a mortgage you have teenage kids that want to do the same – if only to borrow your precious car.

Published in Strategy

Microsoft has announced US$23.3 billion revenue (up 13% year-on-year) and a US$6.5 billion net profit (up 73%) for its Q4 that concluded on 30 June.

Published in Market

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