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Nvida Shield TV coming to Australia Nvidia's Shield TV goes on sale in Australia and New Zealand next month, after being launched in the US three years ago.
DUO promises 'on-the-go dual screen laptop monitor', raises funds in 4 hours A new Kickstarter campaign, to give your laptop a relatively inexpensive second screen that can "slide out", raised its funding amount in just four hours,…
Apple launches 'keyboard service program for MacBook and MacBook Pro' After two class-action lawsuits in the US have targeted Apple's flat, butterfly keyboards on portable Macs from 2015 onwards, the company has finally recognised the…
Study says Brits 'confused by gadgets', but they won't read the instructions! British energy and connected home company Centrica's new study shows that Britons are "baffled by the number of buttons, symbols and switches", with "millions" too…
eBay Plus Weekend on June 23 and 24 promises genuinely massive deals up to 72% off eBay is going all out with its new "Plus Weekend" promotion, promising its "hottest ever deals" with what took like massive discounts of "up to"…
amaysim's apt advice to avoid awful winter electricity bill shock With the shortest day of the year just having passed, it still won't get any warmer for at least the next couple of months, so…
Optus says still working on making Optus Sport free for Aussies Telecommunications provider Optus says its Optus Sport service is being modified so that it can be accessed free of charge until 31 August, as per…
Mobile video consumption on the rise: Ooyala Global mobile video consumption continues to rise, but growth stabilised in the first quarter this year, with total video plays increasing during the quarter by…
OPPO finds X-factor of notchless screen and hidden cameras in newest flagship Although OPPO's R15 smartphone, unreleased in Australia, featured an iPhone X-like notch, its newest "Find X" flagship seeks to one-up Apple through slavish iPhone and…

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