Google quietly launched its Chromebook range in Australia last week. This week, we’ve been taking the more expensive Samsung Chromebook through its paces.
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I am the first to admit that I have never played any Bioware games. My preference is MMO games, so while I never played Knights of the Old Republic, I have played many space MMO like Space and Beyond, Eve, Star Trek Online and the precursor Star Wars MMO, Star Wars Galaxies.
Working in one of the first areas where Telstra’s 4G network has been deployed, I had to go and test it. And the results are impressive.
Motorola’s RAZR device has been hailed one of the best devices to come out of the company for some time. Running Android ‘Gingerbread’, we take a look at the Optus edition of the smartphone which is now available in Australia.
Google’s e-book service popped up in the last market update to Android phones. Given that most Google services (like Voice and Music, to name just 2) are yet to make it to our shores, it was a surprise to see the store pop-up. The Store The Google Book Store is built into the Android Marketplace. Clearly written with the Ice Cream Sandwich Support Library, the view morphs to suit the platform being used. Above is the Xoom [...]
This was supposed to be a review of the new Ubuntu release (Oneiric Ocelot), however the only thing the new Ubuntu did not do to me was jump out kick me in the head.
HP launched its revamped range of TouchSmart all-in-one devices in Australia last month, offering what it calls “a world of difference” by allowing users the ability to work with Windows using multi-touch gestures.
Earlier in the year, ASUS debuted what it believed to be a potential winner in the tablet craze currently taking the world by storm. But does it live up to expectations with its unique keyboard setup?
Fetch TV is one of the few IPTV plays being made in Australia (the other being Telstra’s T-Box). One of the issues for many users has been that Fetch TV required ethernet networking. Wifi networks could not support the bandwidth required to have streaming TV. Until now.
Available in Australia from today, the TouchPad is HP’s first webOS device to arrive on Australian soil. But can it live up to expectations set by the likes of Apple’s iPad or the array of Android tablets swamping the market?