UScellular, in collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies and Inseego, has launched its 5G mmWave high-speed internet service in parts of 10 cities. The carrier’s Home Internet+ solution delivers speeds of up to 300 Mbps, an increase of 10-15 times compared to its 4G LTE home internet offering, and is a significant milestone in its multi-technology approach to providing High-Speed Internet solutions.
Not only is TeamViewer marking 10 years in Australia while launching its new ANZ regional office in Adelaide, it has also marked the second year of its Mercedes F1 sponsorship deal by showcasing two impressively advanced yet simple to implement AR use cases in warehousing, pick and packing, mechanical repairs, virtual assistance, F1 operations and more, with the event video and demos a definite must-watch.
Australian-listed satellite provider Kleos Space is today launching its four Patrol Mission (KSF2) satellites from the Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida onboard the SpaceX Falcon 9 Transporter-4 mission.
Although there's no stylus support as with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, or optionally with the Motorola Edge 30 Pro, Oppo is banking on super advanced cameras powered by the custom MariSilicon X chip and a Hassleblad partnership, very stylish design, incredibly super fast charging, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 power, a super generous pre-order deal and more to win your heart, mind and wallet.
If you like'd to beam more cashback rewards into your life, then social payments app Beem It is the payments upgrade to scan with your sensors, as its new rewards feature gives customers the "potential" to earn cashback on their spend in-store or online at 500 merchants across Australia, including Breadtop Bakery, Ecco Shoes, Forever New, Luggage Direct, THE ICONIC, 1001 Optical and many more."
Samsung's February 2022 Unpacked keynote is its most impressive yet, and as I type, I have in streaming for the second time, live on YouTube, and Samsung's presentation and its next-level tech is epic, and throws down the gauntlet to Apple and everyone else for consumer cyber supremacy.
The new Symfonisk picture frame and WiFi speaker will be available in Australian stores and online from January 2022, retailing at $299 each, with Vinyl or Splash panels at $25 each to customise your artwork.
Asus is gunning for the premium creator market at price points from $1499 with the Vivobook Pro 15, right up to "from $9,999" and beyond with the ProArt StudioBook Pro 16, with all models in the creator range featuring 4K OLED displays, with Intel and AMD processor choices, NVIDIA graphics, and the promise of performance and powerful cooling features to attract premium buyers who want what are arguably the best creative PCs on the market, while aiming to even tempt Mac users into switching.
All your custom design desires with the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G and Watch4 range from Samsung are bespoken for by you with the new bespoke editions of these two desires, while a new collaboration with fashion house Maison Kitsuné ensures a foxy and playful new come to those two devices, including an exclusive phone theme and playlist.
Next week will be busy - we'll have launches from Apple, Google and now Samsung, which is unveiling its Galaxy Unpacked 2 event, with new hardware and software expected, but will these be brand new devices, or iterations of existing models?
Launching on October 19 in the US, and thus October 20 in Australia, is the new Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro smartphones, with persistent rumours a Google Pixel Fold with foldable screen is set to be the big surprise.
Dynabook, which the world knew as Toshiba's computing division for 35 years, has also announced it will have laptops pre-loaded with Windows 11 "in Q4," while the current Windows 10 lineup is naturally eligible for a free upgrade from Microsoft.
The free Windows 11 upgrade to PCs that qualify starts rolling out on October 5, which is the same date new PCs with Windows 11 pre-loaded will become available for purchase, heralding a new era for Microsoft as it fights Apple and Google for computing supremacy.
TCL is one of the Chinese leaders in tech, and its latest TCL 20 series is making a play as a brand delivering top quality tech at affordable pricing, with the TCL 20 Pro 5G the company's flagship smartphone with what it says is "several display and camera upgrades designed to take the user experience to new heights."
Stating it is upvoting the land down under, Reddit is continuing its international expansion with dedicated, locally-based community, engineering and sales staff, as well as a country manager with Australia Reddit's fourth largest user base growing 40% YoY.
If you're a fan of Windows, Microsoft's new Windows 11 has introduced a smooth new interface, better touch controls, haptic pen feedback, faster background updates, Android apps and more, and it's coming later this year as a free upgrade to Windows 10.
If you've been waiting for Windows 10X, which was the next-gen of Windows (and which has since been cancelled), then its successor - and the successor to Windows 10 - is coming on June 24, 2021.
Qobuz is the world’s first music platform to offer hi-res streaming and downloading, and it has arrived in Australia, making its growing catalogue available to Aussie music lovers and audiophiles for true aural pleasure.
With all the rumours flying left, right and centre that 2021 iMacs are due to launch this month, alongside the much anticipated AirTags, new AirPods, new iPad Pros and a new Apple TV, one leaker suggests the new iMacs will have a 12-core M1X processor.
Although rumours of a March 23 Apple event are now said to have been attempts by Apple to root out internal leakers, the fact that Apple has discontinued the iMac Pro and two 21.5-inch iMacs suggests that M1 iMacs are coming soon - as are rumoured new iPads.
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