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Silence! Sennheiser PXC 550 Bluetooth, ANC headphones at work (review) If you want to transform your audio and physical journeys then Bluetooth, active noise-cancelling headphones are a must rather than a luxury. But even if…
Samsung Series 9 is 'serious seeing' (65” KS9500 review) Samsung’s new Quantum Dot LED technology is impressive, easily beating any other LCD TV panel for black, white, sRGB gamut and clarity and with ultra-thin…
Crowd Mobile seals deal with SmartTrans for China market Australian mobile entertainment provider Crowd Mobile has done a deal with mobile billing and payments platform, SmartTrans, to gain access to the massive Chinese e-commerce…
Bose SoundSport Wireless – hear, hear, anywhere (review) Exercise can be demanding. You sweat, huff and puff and the last thing you need is a set of cabled buds and a smartphone slowing…
Review: Sony h.ear in Wireless The Sony h.ear in Wireless is one of the most comfortable wireless headsets we've tried. It fits under an unbuttoned shirt collar, and the round-the-neck…
Bose QuietComfort 35 – loud and proud (review) Bose say it spent 40+ years of research in pursuit of the best noise cancellation in the world – the result is the QuietComfort 35…
Independence Day: Regurgitation (review) Independence Day: Resurgence is long on special effects and short on plot and character development. The original was almost the opposite.
Digital Review: Victor Frankenstein The best horror or science fiction is that where maybe once you just say to yourself; “hmmm, I wonder if that could really happen?”  That…
OLED, OLED, OLED – LG’s new 65” EF950T is awesome (review) Awesome colour and blacks, every feature you can imagine, all in LG’s new flat screen, 4K, OLED TVs.

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