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    I just bought a Heat Pump Dryer, the future of efficient laundry

    This weekend I bought a new LG 9KG Heat Pump Dryer (DVH909B). Washing and ultimately drying clothes is chore that not many of us enjoy, but regardless of how boring a process is, no new appliance in our home escapes an evaluation phase where we consider what the latest technology is before making a purchase. I'm someone who loves technology and efficiency, so...

    My thoughts after using Hubbl for 3 months

    It's now been more than 3 months since I first got hands-on with and reviewed Hubbl. For those not familiar with Hubbl, it's one of Australia's newest services that combines a hardware and software experience. Hubbl is offered in 2 hardware options, the first, being Hubbl Glass, a TV that comes in 55" or 65" sizes and a range of colours, along with a...
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    Sign in without a password in more places with Microsoft’s latest security improvement

    Enterprises are constantly faced with the challenge of security, and with the amount of credentials we need to use day-to-day, passwords are a nightmare....

    Microsoft has announced that Windows PCs will get a new Copilot key, in case there wasn’t enough AI in your life

    Microsoft is adding a new key to the keyboard of Windows 11 PCs. The new Copilot key will allow for the fastest access to...

    New Microsoft Teams app reaches General Availability, being rolled out to Windows and Mac

    After a successful public preview earlier in the year, the new Microsoft Teams has now reached general availability and is being rolled out across...

    Microsoft now has an AI Hub in the Windows Store

    The Microsoft Store may not be an application Windows users launch every day, but it may be worth taking a look at. This is...

    Hey Microsoft, why can I rip off a tab from a browser, but not Windows Explorer in Windows 11?

    I've been running Windows 11 for a long time and have seen many changes over time, but something that strikes me is the inconsistency...

    Microsoft 365 Copilot will cost almost $50 per user, per month on top of E3/E5 licensing

    Today Microsoft provided the answer to one of the world's biggest questions.. how much are they going to charge business customers for using AI?...

    Microsoft Hardware is on Sale in Australia from Thursday, up to 15% off with EOFY deals

    We're rapidly approaching the end of the financial year and that means it's sale time. If you're in the market for new hardware, Microsoft...

    Microsoft’s next wave of AI Innovation with Microsoft Bing and Edge delivers on what Clippy tried to 20 years ago

    Remember Clippy? It was a rudimentary attempt at helping you write documents in Office 2000 through 2003. Fast forward 20 years and now large...

    Windows 11 Mail app gets upgraded to Outlook-like layout

    If you've used the built-in Mail app in Windows 10 or 11, you'll know the app has been incredibly limited, albeit ok for basic...

    How Google can still beat ChatGPT

    The rise of AI-powered ChatGPT has been incredible. Since launching in late 2022, the conversational chat engine powered by GPT-3 has provided amazing results...

    Microsoft’s Snipping Tool just became an awesome, free Screen Recorder

    I use the Snipping Tool in Windows almost every single day and today we learn Microsoft is updating it to include Screen Recording...

    Samsung adds Xbox App to their 8K/4K TVs and Smart Monitors

    We're all pretty familiar with our smart TVs offering entertainment apps from the growing list of streaming services, but now it seems game streaming...
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