Last week Canon announced a new high-end camera, the EOS R5 which has the flagship feature of being able to shoot 8K RAW video. Australian film director Andrew Kaineder has already spent a few days with the new Canon EOS R5 full frame mirrorless camera and sat down to detail his...
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  • Tech.Ed begins

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  • Cheap Vista for China

    It seems Microsoft have cut the Vista prices in china, apparently by more the half to try and lure buyers away from the pirate versions. Smart move, but I almost think that this was obviously needed a while ago. More @ WSJ...
  • I'm blogging @ techAU.tv

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  • Smelly workstation? the try this USB air freshener.

    This USB air freshener uses the power from the USB port to create heat, the heat then warms the aroma oil and produces a scent similar to how standard oil burners work. It costs $7 and comes in 2 colours, red (comes with rose scented oil) and green (comes with peppermint...
  • "You've got the power!"

    The California Fitness gym in Hong Kong is looking at harnessing the mass amount of power given of by its clients. Using some of there stair masters and treadmill machines to create power to run music players, TV’s and a small amount of lights. Simply awesome. More @ ubergizmo...
  • Facebook addons gone crazy!

    I’m continually seeing people add more and more apps to their facebook pages, so how many is 2 many? Well Mashable has put Facebook applications to the test. They added over 200 facebook apps to one page, the page now takes around 40 seconds to load. If you check out the...
  • Poker – Computers vs Humans, humans win.. for now.

    So back in 1997 a major milestone in computing history seen IBM’s Deep Blue computer beat the world’s best chess player Garry Kasparov. This time round the same deal, different game. It was thought that computer AI had evolved enough to beat the worlds best at poker. Not so,...
  • techAU moves to moderated comments

    Yes we tried open comments to encourage users to leave comments, as we expected the spammers found our site. So we’ve now move to a moderated comments system. What’s this mean for users? Well the first time you leave a comment it will wait wait for approval before it goes...
  • Human Tetris

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  • Jim Louderback takes over from Jay Adelson as CEO of Revision 3.

    Recently covered on the latest TWIT episode #106, Jay Adelson will return to CEO of Digg, and Jim Louderback, former producer of DL.TV is now going to take the top job at Revision 3....
  • Sarcastic Gamer takes on Wii fit

    After making fun of Microsoft’s Surface table Sarcastic gamer is at it again, this time Nintendo’s Wii Fit gets the treatment. Pretty funny, check it out. More @ http://www.sarcasticgamer.com/2007/07/twisted-trailer-wii-fit-parody.html...
  • Mitsubishi Evo X in Gran Turismo 5 (HD)

    Still yet to be released, the stunning shots below are from the new Grand Turismo. Featured in these pics is the new Mitsubishi Evolution X....
  • Another dead Xbox 360

    For the second time now I’ve got the 3 red rings of death on my xbox 360. Last time I simply posted it to Microsoft service, they repaired it and 2 weeks later I had my console again. The process was fairly painless. I hope for a similar experience this...
  • Vulnerability found in Mac OS X

    We’ll put this one in the maybe basket for now seem there’s been no actual proof. A guy by the alias InfoSec Sellout has found an exploit in OS X. Reportedly he has trialed the exploit on a closed network of 1500 machines and successfully infected used a worm...
  • Episode #16 – available now.

    Check out episode #16 of the podcast – http://techau.tv/podcast.htm...
  • Original Transformers sold for $1,000,000

    You can read the lengthy story behind this one from the link, long story short, this ladies husband was a huge transformers fan, after he passed away some years ago, she’s now decided to sell the 275 item collection. More @ http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/megallection/original-transformers-boxed-collection-sold-for-1000000-279598.php...
  • Free Wi-Fi ? Add London to the list.

    Free Wi-Fi is being offered in London, however the devil is always in the details. Yes you can get free Wi-fi, however you will have to sit through 15-30 second ads every 15 minutes and you can expect download speeds of 256kbps. Doesn’t sound that inviting? Also offered is...
  • Transformers are here!

    Its actually from a competition in Japan according to Gizmodo. Its not bumble bee, but ill still have one. I’m suddenly dreaming that I was at a remote control car race with it! and it had guns!… More @ Gizmodo...
  • Peter Moore leaves Microsoft, heads to EA

    Peter Moore, the head of Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business division has announced he is resigning, leaving after August to take a new position at EA Games. Moore has been at Microsoft since 2003 and played a key part in xbox 360’s promotion and success. One of Moore’s more memorable moments...

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