The OPPO A74 5G is another low-budget device that has entered the market recently, and one that could claim to be the second-lowest priced 5G smartphone in Australia.
Researchers from the University of Waterloo’s Cheriton School of Computer Science have found that ethnicity and race are factors whether a software project or contributions may be accepted or rejected, with researchers also noting that the majority of contributions were developers perceptible as white.
REVIEW PROMOTION When it comes to timeless games that are simple to pick up and play for casual and strategic players alike Draughts, or Checkers, has to be near the top of the list. GamoVation has made the definitive Android version in its Quick Checkers game.
Epos Audio released its first entry into the microphone field last month with the B20. It’s proving to be a formidable option that truly sets a high bar for competitors.
Creative was the force behind PC-based soundcards and continues to bring its SoundBlaster audio heritage to your lounge room with its Creative Stage V2 soundbar.
Vissles creates some nice gadgets, and their latest is a mechanical keyboard that works via Bluetooth or USB, it can pair to multiple devices at once, it has hot-swappable keys for Windows and macOS, has a range of backlighting options, and is macro-programmable too.
Zega, the team behind the Magic Bullet blender, has released intelligent cookware with SmartControl technology to take care of the cooking for you. Simply turn on the stove, add your ingredients, and when it’s at the right temperature switch the stove off and walk away. The accompanying app will let you know when your meal is ready.
Intel's Ultrabook concept wanted its PCs to be as thin and light as they are today, while sporting up to 13 hours of battery life and the powerful performance today's processors are capable of, coupled with fast storage, Thunderbolt 4 and USB 4, a QHD screen and more, and Lenovo's Slim 7i Carbon lives up to the promise.
When it comes to screen real estate the rule is more is always better. The more pixels the more you see without scrolling - whether gaming, designing, programming, word processing, or anything else. Of course, the more pixels the smaller your text, so a quality monitor is essential. PRISM+ has released a 34in curved monitor with an incredible 144Hz refresh time, the XQ340 Pro - and it’s surprisingly affordable too!
Australian audio tech company Nuheara continues to innovate with its IQbuds 2 Max earbuds. These are the bionic ears you’ve always wanted tuning unwanted noise out while tuning conversations in.
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