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The MSI Prestige Series laptops packs a punch for a reasonable price
MSI announces their new 15 and 17-inch series of Prestige laptops featuring three-way 4K monitor support.
HIS Turbo Charger QC 2.0 AC Wall Charger Review
Lost the USB charger your product came with or looking for a spare? HIS has a solution in the form of a single USB port 2.1A output wall charger.
US looking to re-establish technological edge, focus on cybersecurity
The US government wants to ensure the country's technological edge over political rivals is maintained, with increased focus on cybersecurity.
Delphi's autonomous car successfully finishes cross-country trip
Delphi completed a major effort after its autonomous vehicle completed a cross-country trip.
Ford fighting to find ways to support wearables, Internet of Things
Ford is finding new ways to pack more tech-based features into vehicles, looking to support smartphones, wearables, and the Internet of Things (IoT)
Have you ever thought about 3D printing a weapon? This man has done it
Flashback: 3D-Printed weapons are a real thing, do you support this technology advancement?
Delphi's driverless car will start nationwide journey later today
Delphi's self-driving car will begin a trip across the country, from California to New York, later today.
Future wars will likely heavily rely on drones, robots
Drones and robots will be heavily relied upon during future wars, as military technology advances.
Apple, Google prepare to battle it out in connected car tech market
Google and Apple are going to have a fierce fight in the surging connected car technology market.
UPDATE: More Pebble smartwatch information leaked and removed
A leaked image of Pebble's new smartwatch has been exposed, showing off the color screen before being removed.
ICY DOCK Announces ToughArmor MB998SP-B Drive Cage
Australia gets a taste of tech - The Gadget Expo 2015
Are you an Aussie and a lover of tech? The Gadget Expo 2015 is here to fill that void - July 4th at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center.
GIGABYTE Unveils P37X 17.3-inch Gaming Notebook
Gaming has changed the way we spend time with friends - here's how
Gaming of all kinds has become mainstream. Chris takes a look into how playing games with friends has become the 'normal' way to hang out.
Minh Nguyen, technology entrepreneur charged with murder
Technology entrepreneur and social media platform Plaxto co-founder Minh Nguyen has been charged with murdering his ex-wife's new husband.
Apple maybe considering a stylus for the possible iPad Pro
Apple may be developing a stylus pen for their rumored upcoming iPad Pro.
This wearble will measure your laughter or when you've fallen over
Oh Japan. This wearable will measure laughter or distress - but it actually has a very serious purpose.
NASA, Nissan team up to develop autonomous vehicle research
Nissan and NASA sign five-year R&D agreement that will include autonomous vehicle research.
MakerBot attending CES to promote and develop 3D printing ecosystem
MakerBot is attending CES 2015 to promote its company and services, not launch new products, as the 3D printing industry continues to mature.
Anti-Slip mousepads are the last PC inclusion from Turtle Beach
Turtle Beach release this new mousepads, claiming one is... MAC compatible.
BMW and HERE pair up for advanced automotive driver experiences
BMW and Nokia-owned company HERE are trying to connect drivers with their cars and provide maximum intergration into the outside world.
Acer implement touchscreen technology into their Chromebook 13 line
Acer announce that their Chromebook 13 line will be receiving touchscreen technology, sneaking under their other large-scale announcements.
A glimpse at North Korea's Red Star 3 desktop operating system
Little is known about technology usage in North Korea, but the Red Star 3 OS seems to closely resemble Apple's Mac OS X.
Smart devices get smaller - are Smart Rings worth the time of day?
Technology is pushing further towards portability and decreasing sizes - are Smart Rings going a little too far?
Aussie Telecom Telstra adds 700Mhz LTE to more towns
Telstra are ramping up LTE support - giving another 600 locations access to their new 700Mhz services.
GGF LANs amazing White Matter ASUS Mark S mod will blow you away
This Coolermaster and ASUS Mark S build is titled White Matter and will blow you away.
Experts claim SSD's to out-price HDD's in 2016 and beyond
Flash drives are said to catch up to HDD pricing as soon as 2016 - however the larger sizes drives may take some time.
Samsung begin production of the first 8-Gigabit LPDDR4 Mobile DRAM
Samsung step up the mobile game with mass production commencing for their LPDDR4 advancement.
Super Talent is showcasing DDR4 at CES 2015
DDR4 memory will be a main feature at CES Las Vegas, Super Talent are joining the fray.
Australian Rae Johnston claims Avatars are people too in TEDx talk
Further bringing technology and games to the mainstream scene, Johnston just completed an interesting TEDx talk. It's only 13.5 minutes so give it a shot.
Samsung Introduces SE790C Curved Monitor
The Australian government pushes for mandatory coding in schools
Australian schools may be adding coding as a mandatory subject to their Year 10 schooling program, starting in 2015.
iOS users care more about security, privacy than Android users
A new report indicates Apple iOS care more about privacy and security users more than Google Android.
Time for Google Maps? TomTom makes it's way into Fiat 500X cars
TomTom are being featured once again in Fiat's new 2015 car range - when will Google make a major move in this industry?
OnePlus opens up sales to anyone interested in buying OnePlus One
OnePlus decides to shake things up and open OnePlus One smartphone sales to anyone interested.
Technology companies begin favoring global Facebook pages
Technology companies come and go with their local Facebook pages - why is local better?
LG Electronics lists seperate division for handling OLED development
LG create a whole business arm directed towards inceasing OLED production, development and research.
The Samsung Gear VR headset is now available for $200
Samsung release their Gear VR to the public - is it worth the purchase of a Note 4?
Intel spending billions to boost progress in mobile tech development
Intel is spending billions to help boost its mobile hardware offerings.
Livestreaming our latest podcast recording! Come and join us!
We are livestreaming our latest video podcast recording, come and join in!
Low-end devices helping shake up the smartphone market even more
The smartphone market is continuing to evolve, and now has a large number of low-end, affordable devices consumers can choose from.