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Why Ducati's Slowest Bike Is Also Its Best

Ducati’s latest superbike, the 1299, makes 205bhp. This new Scrambler makes 75. But it’s also the better bike for most people, most of the time. We spent yesterday riding it through the mountains so we can tell you why.


I Drifted Like Ken Block On The Adult-Sized Crazy Cart XL

Last year’s Crazy Cart gave kids the ability to drift to their heart’s content, but there was one catch: with a maximum weight capacity of 140lbs, most adults couldn’t ride it. No longer, the adult-sized Crazy Cart XL brings 27kph sideways hijinks to everyone. And we rode it.


How To Find The Perfect Camp Stove

Now that campfires in many places are a thing of the past, it’s looking like camp and backpacking stoves are going to be the sole means we have to fry bacon and boil water for coffee. Here’s how to find the right one for you.


Motorola Moto E Australian Hands-On

Motorola wants back into your life. It wants to be what the Nexus phones can’t be, while simultaneously wanting to build the last word in cheap, utilitarian Android for the masses. The Moto E is the company’s attempt at the latter, and after an initial hands-on, it goes down a treat.


Memory Chips Are The Most Expensive They've Been In Two Years

Manufacturers and consumers alike better brace themselves: memory chip prices have hit a two-year high because of a major fire in a massive Chinese production plant.


iPhone 5c Review: Shiny, Bright And Tight

We have a new member of the iPhone family! For all these years, we have been enjoying new iterative S-branded upgrades. Now we have the new iPhone 5c: the new iPhone for the rest of us.


Kogan Outs 5-Inch Quad-Core Smartphone For Under $200

Kogan has this morning gone live with a new low-cost, quad-core, 5-inch handset designed to knock the socks off competitors like the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and even the iPhone 5c. The best part is the price!


Sony QX10 Mobile Lens Hands-On: This Is The Future Of Mobile Photography

No matter how many likes you get on Instagram, no matter how many filters or apps you put your photos through: if you took the shot on a smartphone, it sucks. Meet the saviour of mobile photography: the Sony Q lens series. A portable Franken-lens that clips onto any smartphone and immediately turns you into the Ken Duncan of mobile photos.


Sony Outs The Adorable PlayStation Vita TV

Yesterday in Tokyo, Sony introduced PS Vita TV. It is a six centimeter by 10 centimeter device, making it one small piece of PlayStation hardware.


LG Optimus G-Pad 8.3 Australian Hands-On: Identity Crisis

LG isn’t exactly known for its tablets, so you can imagine our surprise when we discovered the LG Optimus G-Pad 8.3-inch tablet on the stand at IFA 2013 in Berlin. What the hell is it, you ask?