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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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    Project CARS Update 5.0 finally hits Xbox

    After already arriving for the PC and PS4, the latest up date to Project CARS has now arrived for Xbox One racers. The...

    Review: Project CARS

    Slightly Mad Studios loves to throw around the tag ‘for racing fans, by racing fans’ but when it comes to Project CARS, they mean...

    The damage engine in Project CARS lets you completely break off wheels

    Project CARS has just arrived and being a driving fan, I had no option, I had to buy the game. The game has been...
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