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Scientists in the US have developed a new white paint that reflects 10-20% more sunlight. Turns out, that’s a much bigger deal than it seems.
A new robot is being rolled out in Aus and NZ Kmart stores to help improve inventory tracking and we’re hoping they’re not evil.
Here’s the key details, Australian pricing and launch dates for Apple’s new batch of tech toys – M1 iMacs, M1 iPad Pro and the rest.
Don’t be fooled by its gamercore RGB styles. This microphone is serious – a great choice, just use it with care to get it working just right.
Wi-Fi 6 mesh networking is now easy to get working nicely, and the COVR’s extra Ethernet ports on every unit are a boost over competitors.
The Yubikey 5C NFC is the ideal combo that lets your added peace of mind work with practically every modern device.
A new theoretical model for the Antikythera Mechanism suggests we’re really close to cracking the case on this puzzling artefact!
With the Sonos Roam portable speaker launching soon, we speak to the Director of Global Product Marketing at Sonos, Ryan Richards.
Withings Sleep Analyzer is impressive because it tracks so much without needing to actively remember it’s a thing you added to your life.
From failing to launch one of the first Android phones to battles with Gerry Harvey, we talk to Kogan himself about all things Kogan.
Google’s new Play Store 15% revenue is more flexible than Apple’s similar approach. Does it really solve the mobile marketplace, though?
The new Nanoleaf smart lighting options are cheaper than many competitiors and offer support for the latest smart home standard, Thread.
Comfort, great battery life and a seamless union of simultaneous Bluetooth and 2.4GHz sources makes this exactly the headset I’d been hoping for.
Thought Tenet was tricky to understand in cinemas? Try watching Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic on a Game Boy Advance, courtesy of a YouTuber.