Intel’s new top CPU is the Core i7-8700K. That K on the end is important as it represents the processor is ‘unlocked’ meaning its an overclocker’s dream and Intel’s best gaming desktop processor. It features no less than 6 cores and 12 threads. It’ll clock in at up to 4.7Ghz in speed,...
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    Snap Inc, creators of Snapchat, have finally made it easy for people to get Spectacles, by offering them through Amazon. The US$129.99 price tag will get you a pair of glasses that capture video from your perspective in the world, freeing up your hands to interact with people, sporting...
  • Nest’s Australian product range and pricing revealed

    US-based connected devices company, Nest is coming to Australia and we can now reveal their Australian product range and pricing. Nest Labs, Inc are controversially not bringing their most famous product the thermostat, to Australia. Instead, they’re offering the award-winning safety and security products and services to Australia. Its certainly...
  • Kogan unveils new affordable range 4K TVs, 55″ has 120Hz refresh rate

    Kogan.com have just announced a new range of Kogan Agora Smart 4K LED TVs. In typical Kogan form, they’re pitching these UHDTVs as affordable for everyone. Typically that’s meant they’ve really skimped on features, in particularly, refresh rate, however this time round, there’s a difference. The new TVs range from...
  • Netflix adding new format, choose your own adventure, interactive stories

    Have you ever watched a show, fallen in love with the characters and you could determine the outcome? Well Netflix have just announced a new format for shows that’ll do just that. Thanks to the bi-directional capabilities of IPTV, Netflix will prompted users to make decisions about the direction...
  • Review: Hisense 55″ Series 7 4K ULED TV

    When you’re shopping for a new TV, you’re buying a 4K TV, but not all are created equal. This means choosing the right brand, model, feature set and price point to match your personal situation is incredibly important. While the big names still dominate the industry, there’s some smaller,...
  • Freeview Plus gets a UI upgrade

    Freeview Plus is the service you get when modern TV’s or set top boxes. The service is typically accessed by pressing the green or red button on your remote and to be honest has had a pretty average (often slow) UI. Today that design upgrade has been revealed. Freeview...
  • Foxtel Now replaces Foxtel Play, now starts just $10pm

    If you’ve considered getting Foxtel in the past, you were likely scared off by the steep entry cost. Thankfully that’s all changed with Foxtel rebranding their internet-delivered service, Foxtel Play and Foxtel Go, no into a single combined brand of Foxtel Now. While there’s a new name and a new logo,...
  • Why you’ll probably never own an Intel Core i9

    Yesterday Intel announced their latest top-end processors, known as the X-Series. The new Core i9 processor is the most powerful the company has produced for consumers and business with up to 18 cores and 36 threads. Forget quad-core, 36 freaking threads. Over the past decade, our software has been re-written to...
  • SONOS now lets you buy direct with online store.

    Until now, you’ve had to find a reselller to purchase Sonos products from, but you’ll now be able to shop directly from Sonos.com.au. Sonos Australia say they want to provide Australians with another way to fill their homes with music, with a new online store that offers a great customer...
  • Garmin VIRB 360 is a serious spherical camera, waterproof and up to 5.7K/30fps

    Garmin Australia have announced the VIRB 360. While the company is best known for their navigation products, they now have an expanding product line and 360 cameras is a nice fit for them. This product is one with a difference, from all the other 360 cameras on the market....

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