The most ambitious e-book reader on the market promises a big screen and notebook features, but it doesn’t always impress.
Australians now have more than 21 million smartphones, and our love affair with gadgets will only continue to grow. Here are the tech items we’re flocking to.
Apple has finally unlocked access to an important function of some of its smartwatches, as more new features are added to the wearable gadgets.
Apple is poised to protect users and annoy Facebook with a controversial iPhone update that could change the way you’re tracked.
The world’s richest technology company launched a surprisingly large haul of new devices, revamped accessories – and colours - at its first 2021 event.
It’s now possible to control your home using your voice or your smartphone and more Aussies are sinking big dollars into smart home upgrades.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has five cameras and an extra zoom lens. But there’s one reason it can’t beat the iPhone.
As Apple and Samsung go to war with their latest smartphones, this is how each of them compares on value, features and price.
Samsung’s new S21 smartphones come with new cameras, snappy features and lower prices than the Apple iPhone but they’re missing two things.
From made-in-a-minute ice cream to face masks with smarts, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show is full of surprises.
Beds, baths and even toilets will get smart as hi-tech home technology booms. But experts warn your privacy may be at risk.
Are you ready for a robot maid? Samsung has revealed three android assistants at the Consumer Electronics Show.
TVs are getting bigger, brighter, thinner and more colourful this year but there are a lot of new terms and technologies to know.
Apple’s new headphones come with an unorthodox design, weight and an unprecedented price. This is how they compare to their rivals.
Apple’s latest update makes it possible to give kids a smartwatch without a smartphone, and experts say it could be attractive for some parents.
Apple is launching its own fitness app filled with workouts to make its users sweat and shift those lockdown kilos. But there is one major issue that will disappoint fans.
A new wave of gadgets promise to record your snoring, get you to sleep fast, and detect disorders but sleep scientists are urging users to relax.
Streaming TV giants including Netflix and Disney could be required to spend more on Australian productions under new reforms.
These are the top 100 game changing tech toys, gadgets and other smart devices that will change how you live and play with your kids.
While the coronavirus pandemic has hit the aviation industry hard, it has not stopped female pilots from taking to the skies above WA — albeit in smaller craft.
It boasts a new M1 chip and extra battery life. But fans of Apple will be disappointed that the new MacBook Pro is lacking one key feature.
Apple has unveiled a groundbreaking change to its Mac range that will change how fans around the world use their laptops forever.
They’re powerful, popular, and will arrive within two days of each other. PlayStation and Xbox gamers are preparing for the biggest launches ever.
Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson and Alice Clarke
One is small enough to fit in your palm, the other promises a camera that sees in the dark. We put Apple’s new iPhone 12 Mini and Pro Max to the test to see what they can deliver.
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