Nick Ross is a veteran technology journalist who has contributed to many of Australia's top technology titles and edited several of them. He was the launch editor of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation online Technology section.
On paper, the Thresher 7.1 doesn’t bring much to the table. So why are we such big fans of them? The core features of being wireless and offering (virtual) 7.1 surround sound are top-end features, but not unique.
Alcatel's 2-in1 laptop tablet is essentially a cheap, big, Intel-powered phone that runs Windows. Is it any good?
It's less refined than rivals, but the ECOVACS DEEBOT OZMO 930 Vacuum Mopping Robot is much quieter and equally as clean.
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The reason is really quite simple.Mobile phones setup the right way are cheaper and more convenient than landlines.You don't have[…]
We could do elections this way. Just add a few votes at whim for the desired result.
The NSW government has announced the route of its $20 billion duplication of the rail connection between Parramatta and Epping[…]
Great idea and I hope that the further work needed to be able to use the system successfully in the[…]