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SnapBridge syncs your Nikon camera’s images to your mobile device
Written on April 30, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

If you prefer to use your dedicated digital camera to capture your moments but still want to easily share those images – Nikon has a solution called SnapBridge that syncs images to your mobile device as you shoot. Nikon has created SnapBridge to keep their compatible wi-fi cameras constantly connected to the user’s smartphone or […]

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Two Blokes Talking Tech Episode 252 live from the Melbourne launch of Oppo’s R9 smartphone
Written on April 29, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

Episode 252 of the Two Blokes Talking Tech podcast, with Tech Guide editor Stephen Fenech and EFTM’s Trevor Long, is coming to you live from Melbourne at the launch of the Oppo R9 smartphone. The blokes were in Melbourne for the event which saw not only the announcement of the handsome new Oppo R9 smartphone […]

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Kogan Mobile to switch pre-paid customers to the 4G network for free
Written on By Stephen Fenech

Kogan Mobile’s pre-paid 3G SIM only plans in partnership with Vodafone, which include generous data allowances and unlimited calls and text, will be switched to the 4G network in the coming months at no extra cost. Existing and future customers on all of Kogan Mobile’s pre-paid options – 1XL, 3XL and 5XL – will be […]

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Panasonic unveils Australia’s first 4K Ultra High Definition Blu-ray Disc player
Written on April 28, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

Panasonic has officially unveiled Australia’s first 4K Ultra High Definition Blu-ray player which can play native razor sharp 4K content for the highest quality home viewing experience on offer. The Panasonic DMP-UB900GNK has a sleek design with a glass cut finish and mirrored front panel and will deliver 4K movies in the same quality they […]

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Apple Pay available to ANZ customers from today
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ANZ customers will be able to use Apple Pay from today to make contactless payments with their iPhones and Apple Watches with a linked ANZ Visa debit or credit card or ANZ America Express card. ANZ is the first major Australian bank to offer Apple Pay. ANZ customers can find out how to set up […]

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Dyson applies its technology to reinvent the hair dryer with the Supersonic
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Dyson products have perfected the act of moving around large volumes of air with its vacuums and fans and now it has applied that technology to create the Supersonic hair dryer. Unveiled in Tokyo, the Dyson Supersonic has reinvented the humble hair dryer after four years of development and an investment of more than $90 […]

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Oppo launches R9 smartphone with fast charging and a camera to make you look beautiful
Written on April 27, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

Oppo’s new R9 smartphone that’s packed with a number of impressive features including a beautifying camera and ultra-fast charging, will be available through JB Hi-Fi stores after the company signed a national retail agreement. The eye-catching smartphone has a 5.5-inch AMOLED display, but with a super thin 1.6mm bezel on either side of the screen, […]

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HTC 10 smartphone release date, pricing and plans announced
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The release date, plan pricing from all the telcos and Australian outright purchase price of the new feature-packed flagship HTC 10 Android smartphone has just been announced. The HTC 10 – the device the company hopes will bring it out of the doldrums – will be released on May 3 through Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and […]

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Game of Thrones Season 6 premiere becomes Australia’s most watched show in Pay TV history
Written on April 26, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

The highly-anticipated first episode of the sixth season of hit show Game of Thrones has broken records to become the most watched program in Australian subscription television history. Episode One of Game of Thrones Season Six yesterday achieved a total live audience of more than 727,000 for Foxtel to claim the biggest single day audience […]

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Stay updated and educated with Episode 196 of the Tech Guide podcast
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Episode 196 of the Tech Guide podcast, hosted by editor Stephen Fenech, can be heard anywhere – while you’re driving, exercising or doing the housework – to keep you updated and educated about the latest tech news and reviews. On this week’s show, is the tablet market in Australia in trouble, LG announces pricing and […]

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The Revenant to be released on 4K Ultra HD the same day as Blu-ray and DVD
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We’ve had 4K and Ultra HD TVs for years but now we’re about to get our first taste of true 4K content with the release next month of hit film The Revenant on 4K Ultra HD Disc. The Revenant will be 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment’s first day and date release of the 4K Ultra […]

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Why tablet sales slumped and what’s going to bring the market back to life
Written on April 22, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

The Australian tablet market has dropped for the second year in a row but its due for a resurgence in 2016 with Microsoft and Apple fighting for the top spot with high end devices. The Telsyte Australia Tablet Market Study 2016 has revealed tablet sales in 2015 reached 3.1 million units. That’s down from the […]

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Microsoft to halt production of the Xbox 360 gaming console
Written on April 21, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

Microsoft is retiring the popular Xbox360 console – 11 years after the product introduced players to incredible next generation gaming and established exciting game franchises. The company has stopped manufacturing the console so existing stock in stores around the world will be the last remnants. But this won’t affect the Xbox One, Microsoft’s flagship console […]

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LG G5 modular smartphone release date and pricing announced
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LG’s new G5 – the sleek new smartphone with a modular design – will go on sale in Australia next month along with its collection of companion accessories called “LG Friends” The device will be available from May 2 through Optus stores and retail partner Harvey Norman and on May 3 through Telstra Stores. The […]

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Two Blokes Talking Tech address the biggest tech stories in Episode 251
Written on April 20, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

Episode 251 of the popular Two Blokes Talking Tech podcast, with Tech Guide editor Stephen Fenech and EFTM’s Trevor Long, is available now to dissect the biggest tech stories. On this week’s show, the battle were fighting against cyber criminals, will the HTC 10 put the company back on the map and the rumours are […]

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Apple upgrades ultra-thin Macbook range – and adds a rose gold finish
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Apple has updated its popular Macbook -  the thinnest and lightest Mac the company has produced – with the latest Intel processor, an even longer battery life and a new rose gold finish. The Macbook will now ship with the sixth generation dual-core Intel Core M processors running at up to 1.3Ghz with Turbo Boost […]

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Tech Guide editor Stephen Fenech in the Logitech labs checking out the company's new gaming headphones
Listen to Tech Guide Episode 195 to stay updated and educated on the latest tech
Written on April 19, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

Episode 195 of the top-rating Tech Guide podcast, hosted by editor Stephen Fenech, is a comprehensive look at the latest tech news, reviews and opinions to keep you updated and educated. On this week’s show, are you Australia’s biggest mobile phone hoarder and the alarming increase in online threats and cyber-crime and what you can […]

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Meet Peggy – the world’s first smart peg designed to lighten the laundry load
Written on By Stephen Fenech

There’s lot of smart products out there – phones, TV, watches and cars – but the latest smart device that’s been revealed is called Peggy. It’s the world’s smallest clothes peg. Peggy is an Australian product designed to lighten the laundry load and free up time in our already busy lives to do the things […]

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Audiobooks let you hear the latest bestsellers instead of reading them
Written on April 18, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

Heard any good books lately? That’s a question more and more Australians are asking as we embrace the 21st century trend that blends literature and technology – audiobooks. According to research by Audible – the world’s leading provider of audiobooks – more busy Australians than ever are turning to listening instead of reading books. And […]

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Mobile Muster launches competition to find Australia’s biggest phone hoarder
Written on April 15, 2016 By Stephen Fenech

Are you a mobile phone hoarder? According to recycling program Mobile Muster you probably are. There are now more old devices rattling around in our drawers than there are people in Australia. New data just released by Mobile Muster indicates there are more than 25.5 million old mobiles cluttering our homes. And four million of […]

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