Sony's forthcoming HT-A5000 soundbar features 5.1.2 channel Dolby Atmos as well as the company's Vertical Surround Engine and S-Force Pro Front Surround technology.
Communications equipment provider Poly has announced the Voyager 4300 UC series of Bluetooth headsets is now available in Australia.
Epson's new RapidReceipt RR-600W receipt and document scanner aims to make life easier for small businesses, micro businesses and home users.
Dynabook's new Toshiba Canvio Flex is designed for use with PCs, Macs, iPad Pros and other mobile digital devices and tablets.
Epson's latest EcoTank Pro printers are aimed at home offices and small businesses. The EcoTank Pro ET-5150 and EcoTank Pro ET-5170 are the ideal replacement for messy, expensive and heat-producing laser printers, according to the company.
FEITIAN has been developing security key and smart card devices to achieve the highest standards of hardware-based passwordless authentication and has now become the world’s first vendor of its kind to achieve the FIDO biometric component certification, an essential requirement to qualify for FIDO level 3 and higher certification.
With ever-increasing cyber threats, it's essential we protect our online identities but a password isn’t enough. If you thought SMS-based two-factor authentication was the solution, think again. For the greatest protection, you need FIDO2 security, and FEITIAN Technologies has just the device for you - and are giving iTWire readers a discount too.
The Xgimi MoGo Pro+ is a full HD (1080p) video projector the size of a water bottle.
A new player has arrived down under with a range of "high quality, cost effective range of microphones, web cameras, headphones and accessories into the A/NZ market", billed as perfect for the "music recording, broadcast, post product and streaming markets."
D-Link has introduced two new wireless broadband devices - a 4G Cat 6 802.11AC Wi-Fi hotspot, along with a 4G USB USB Adapter, for excellent mobile broadband anywhere, compatible with any SIM card rather than being locked to one telco.
HP's latest SOHO all-in-one is aimed at those looking for low running costs.
Epson's new WorkForce ES-500WR is a $699 desktop scanner with a 50-sheet input tray, one-pass duplex operation, and some interesting document and data management features.
Blue's new Yeti X includes cool "VO!CE" software with built in effects and presets, a four capsule condenser array, and real-time LED metering to deliver professional broadcast quality results for gaming, streaming and podcasting.
With humans still one of the weakest links in the cyber security chain, the right cybersecurity awareness training can be the difference between attackers winning, or your multi-layered defences coming to the rescue.
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.
Intel has enjoyed many incredible achievements over the last 50 years, and while ARM and AMD processors are doing their utmost to disrupt Intel, Chipzilla keeps chipping away, even recently breaking a Guinness World Record.
Bring some old-school style to your fingertips with this retro keyboard.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide say that USB connections can leak information, making them less secure than once thought.
Kogan, the rogue one, has introduced a massive 75-inch TV for under $2K with enough power to destroy the profits of an entire set of competitors.
A New Zealand programmer has developed a device that acts as a firewall for USB flash drives, preventing any exploits on such drives from running and destroying or in other ways compromising data on a PC.
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