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Dell Venue Pro 11 Review

Dell’s Venue Pro 11 offers a Surface Pro 2 alternative at a lower price point, but disappoints with sub-par battery life.

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Home automation roundup

In the future, we’ll be able to control our homes over the Internet. No, wait — we can do that right now. Here’s how.

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CES 2014 Roundup and Wearable Technology: Vertical Hold – Episode 2, 2014

Did CES bring surprises or the same old hype train? Speaking of hype, will 2014 be the year where we all switch to wearable technology?

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Logitech Powershell Review

Logitech’s Powershell combines game control and power for iPhone gaming, but the whole package falls wide of the mark, especially given its asking price.

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Vodafone is finally offering a 4G Modem and Hotspot

Vodafone launched its 4G network late last year with a flurry of hype, but the only way you could access it was from a 4G…

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Doctor Who: Why I won't be buying a Whoniverse Ticket

Hub Productions has released its pricing for Whoniverse, an Australian event featuring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill. It would seem like a bit…

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Steel Series Stratus Review

The Steel Series Stratus is an exceptionally good IOS game controller, but the price leaves an awful lot to be desired.

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Telstra Mobile Wi-Fi 4G Advanced Hotspot Review

Telstra’s latest hotspot promises LTE-A 4G coverage and long battery life. It can’t quite manage LTE-A just yet, but the battery life is indeed superb.

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HP Officejet 7610 Wide Format e-All-in-One Review

Printer fun continues with HP’s A3 capable printer which, for some reason, comes with its own shopping bag.

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Canon PIXMA MG7160 Review

Canon’s PIXMA MG7160 offers excellent print quality, but as is typical for an inkjet, you’ll pay for it in ongoing running costs.

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