iPhone
Samsung Galaxy S4 – Unboxing and First Impressions
Last week I took delivery of a new Samsung Galaxy S4 mobile phone. This is a phone that, if Samsung has its way, will out iPhone the iPhone. First impressions are quite positive: it has a nice metal band around the edge, and feels quite thin, even though it’s not really a small phone. It’s a 4G phone, and sound and call quality is very good. It’s a little bit smaller than its older sibling, the Note 2, but it feels quite solid and very comfortable in the hand. It shares a lot of features from the Note, but being...
Jawbone Up
Jawbone Up – Review
I’ve now been using the Jawbone Up for a couple of weeks. In terms of overall usage, there’s probably not too many devices that are easier to use than this: you just make sure the battery is charged (a full charge should last about ten days) and pop it onto your wrist. That’s it. Just wear it, and go about your daily activities as you normally would. The Up will dutifully record those activities – including your sleep – with absolutely no effort on your part required. Apart from a couple of initial set-up steps, there are a couple of...
Netgear Extreme Router
NETGEAR Launches New Router With Unique Features For Macs, Enhanced Capabilities and Performance for all Users
SYDNEY – 14 DECEMBER, 2011 – NETGEAR® has today launched the NETGEAR Wireless Extreme for Mac and PC (WNDRMAC).  The Wireless Extreme is the company’s first home router to be optimised for Mac-specific technologies – including native support for Apple’s Time Machine® back-up software and Bonjour® automated networking technology – in addition to the speed, range and premium features found in NETGEAR’s latest consumer routers. Many Australian homes now use both PC and Mac, in addition to iPhones, iPads, tablets and other devices, on their home networks.  The Wireless Extreme is designed from the ground up to offer a best-of-all-worlds...
New Philips Fidelio SoundSphere uses Wi-Fi and supports Apple’s AirPlay
Sydney, Australia – Philips today unveils the merging of two of its most successful product lines, SoundSphere and Fidelio, in order to bring music lovers the ultimate, full-fidelity listening experience. Combining the impressive functionality of its docking speaker range Fidelio, the superior sound quality of the Philips SoundSphere technology and Apple’s AirPlay®, the Philips Fidelio SoundSphere docking speakers deliver authentic sound – while your device simply stays in your hand. With AirPlay, these Fidelio docking speakers give you both an amazing sound and hassle-free access to all your music from iTunes. The Sound is in the design The amazing sound...
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