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GoPro Hero 4 Silver Edition: Australian Review

For as long as there have been cameras, people have been pointing them at themselves doing stupid things. The best new way to do that is with the GoPro Hero 4 Silver.


25 Times The Avengers 2: Age Of Ultron Trailer Blew Our Minds

The official “teaser” trailer for Avengers: Age Of Ultron was put up yesterday by Marvel, and I think I’ve watched it over 100 times already. Get in here and gawk at the best moments from the trailer. Get ready for endless, nerdy deconstructions!


Moto 360: Australian Pricing And Release Date Confirmed

If you’ve been pining for some sweet, circular smartwatch action in your life, you’re finally in luck: the Moto 360 has just been given an Australian price and release date.


Spotify Is Getting A Family Deal To Save You Money

If you and your partner both use separate Spotify accounts — or, worse, your entire family — then some good news: the streaming service is launching a family deal so you can all run separate accounts but save money in the process.


Nexus 9: Australian Pricing And Release Date

Google’s incredible new 9-inch Nexus-branded tablet finally has an Australian price, and it’s a little heftier on the dollars than we thought it would be.


Apple iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3: Australian Pricing, Release Date

Apple woke everyone up early this morning to perpetuate its obsession with thin, sexy gadgets. The iPad Air 2 is here, and here’s what it will set you back in Australia, as well as when you can lay hands on it!


Dodo Has FetchTV Now

In a bid to not be left behind by the IPTV revolution, Aussie internet service provider Dodo has added FetchTV to its product line up. Here’s what you’ll pay.


Apple iPhone 6: Australian Review

So what if you don’t want a giant phone in your life? What if 4.7 inches is all you need? Try the iPhone 6. As we found out from our review, you’re unlikely to be disappointed.


Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: Australian Hands On

It’s pretty rare to see something new and unexpected when it comes to smartphones these days. Between an endless cycle of leaks and the annual slog of product announcements, it’s nice to see something that takes you by surprise. That’s why I’m so amped for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: because it’s wonderfully weird.


Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Australian Hands On

The Galaxy Note 3 was so good, so what can Samsung do to make the world’s best phablet even better? Mostly, make it feel more premium of course.


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