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    DJI Power 1000 & Power 500 portable power stations now available in Aus

    DJI, the leading civilian drone manufacturer has introduced the Power 1000 & Power 500, portable power stations using LFP cells to the Australian market. Both power stations can be fully charged in just 70 minutes (if you're rushed charged to 80% in 50 minutes), fast charge DJI drone batteries and meet the power demands of common household appliances as well as be used away from...

    REVIEW: Google Pixel 8a, a great mid-tier all-rounder, worth being on your short list

    When it comes to buying a new phone, not everyone reaches for the flagships, especially given the climbing prices of the top-end phones. Google's Pixel 8a is their latest mid-tier phone that offers a lot of great features for a fraction of the price. The Pixel lineup is Google's most genuine execution of hardware to show off the Android software. Having spent a couple...
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    Future Cities Hackathon winner, built a Blockchain app pays households to cut energy use

    What happens when the panda people hold a hackathon? Recently the charity WWF-Australia partnered with Schneider Electric, University of Technology Sydney (UTS), NAB and...

    My Spot win Schneider Electric Smart Cities hackathon, plans to optimise rail transport capacity

    Schneider Electric is the company that owns Clipsal, those light switches and powerpoints in your house, but the company is much broader than that....

    Registrations now open for Monash’s UNIHACK 2015

    If you’re a student in Victoria and love to hack on code, hardware or just problems in general, you should know UNIHACK is...

    MYOB win Ford Hackathon in Melbourne

    After 24 hours of development, many participants without sleep, Ford’s first Melbourne-based Hackathon is over. The entries spanned many industries, with plenty of creative...

    While you were sleeping.. hackers were not

    Starting at 9AM yesterday morning, Ford Australia’s 24hr hackathon got underway. As we approach the 24 hour mark where the hacking stops, it’s...
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