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Android or iOS – Which is Better for Online Betting?

Mobile sports betting is on the rise, and we take a look at the two most popular mobile operating systems and compare which is best for online sports bettors.

Ausdroid Reviews: Motorola E32 – basic but still offering good value

Motorola is a brand which holds a special place in my heart. I have fond memories of a Moto RAZR flip phone back in the day, and enjoyed the brief period when Motorola was part of...

3 types of Philips Hue smart light varieties you’re probably unaware of

In the beginning the Philips Hue smart light range was basically light bulbs to screw or plug into traditional sockets, some downlights and some light strips but taking a look at their current range there are...

Looking for a new device? Motorola might have a last minute EOFY deal for you

Motorola, a sub brand of Lenovo, has announced it is having an End of Financial year deals that are running across multiple retailers and telcos for its latest lineup of devices as part of its EOFY...

[Giveaway] Lookout endpoint protection – We’ve got a bunch of 12 month licences for our readers

Let's start Monday on the right foot, with no doom and gloom or bad news. After an initial look last week, we've now got 25 licences of Lookout endpoint protection to giveaway. Mobile device protection may be...

Weekend Warrior: COUCHMASTER CYCON² by Nerdytec is the comfort accessory you didn’t know you need

Sometimes we get well entrenched in our ways, even if they're bad for us like just grabbing your laptop for 10 minutes on the couch. The COUCHMASTER CYCON by Nerdytec is a padded and ergonomic way...

Google Messages readies message managment similar to Gmail

Google Messages is continually getting updates and additional features and, it seems, there are more coming soon. The changes spotted by 9to5Google in their APK teardown show that Messages may be learning some new tricks from...

Weekend Warrior: Acer ConceptD 500 Review — A beast of a desktop for users who demand top performance

When we're buying tech, as people we balance our needs often at the cost of each other. When it comes to buying tech, this is more evident than in some other areas of our lives. Cost...

Fujifilm Australia opening experiential camera and imaging store in Sydney

In a surprise move Fujifilm is opening an Australian experiential camera and imaging store, showing confidence that they expect Sydney-siders will be willing to buy plenty of prosumer and pro Fujifilm camera gear. The Sydney Fujifilm House...

Aussie launch for Android TV powered Philips PicoPix Max TV portable projector

Relatively affordable portable projectors are trending and Philips is joining in with the Australian launch of their PicoPix Max TV this week. Dan Mamane, President of Screeneo Innovation SA commented: "At Philips Projection, we're always looking to break...

Fitbit sleep profiles are another reason to consider premium subscription

While many of us burn the candle at both ends, like it or not, adequate sleep is critical to your mind and body functioning. That's sometimes where activity trackers come into play, reminding you not just...

ROG Phone 5S review — A beast that only has a couple of minor faults

The Republic of Gamers (RoG) is the Asus gaming arm, focusing on no holds barred, cost is no object peak performance hardware. We've seen RoG hardware in the past deal with anything and everything we throw...

Telegram Premium officially launched and has some new features but probably isn’t worth the money

When we first became aware that Telegram was likely to offer a premium features package, there was some excitement. Telegram Premium has rolled out and for what you're getting, it just doesn't seem worth the money. Don't...

WhatsApp is rolling out granular privacy controls

Great news for those of you who want to have more control over who can see your status on WhatsApp. The Meta-owned company is rolling out new privacy controls. https://twitter.com/WhatsApp/status/1537213566717075456 This is an extension of the previous changes...

Lookout protects your privacy and safety online

The awareness of online security in the current age is higher than it's ever been, but how do you protect yourself on an ongoing basis? The majority of users achieve this through using antivirus software and...

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