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Razer's Synapse 3 software toolkit now includes a dedicated Amazon Alexa module, letting you fold your RGB lighting setup into your wider smart home experience.
Capitalising on content creators and the wave of people now working from home, Logitech is adding to their webcam roster with the new Logitech StreamCam.
Apple is pressing ahead with its 2020 product launches, with new iPhones, a smaller and cheaper HomePod, Bluetooth Apple Tags, and new Macs all reportedly on the way.
Arlo's first video doorbell is now available in Australia.
With this year’s Google I/O conference cancelled due to coronavirus, it’s possible that the timeline for the Pixel 4a has changed.
Sony has found a new mountain to climb in the world of true wireless earbuds.
The Fitbit Charge 4 might be the company's first product since being acquired by Google but you'd never know the difference.
Wyze is breaking into the world of fitness tech with a new $25 band and $20 activity tracker.
As remote working booms around the world in response to the coronavirus crisis, demand for video calls has surged dramatically.
HMD Global didn't just announce a few Nokia phones this week. They also announced something potentially far more exciting: a global roaming service.
Apple's most powerful iPad is getting an expensive upgrade. Here's how much it'll cost to buy one in Australia.
New MacBook Air brings a new 10th-gen Intel processor, twice as much storage, and the new Magic Keyboard.
The new iPad Pro may look a lot like its predecessor, but it brings a ton of changes to Apple's tablet.
Sennheiser's latest true wireless earbuds bundle active noise cancelling with a battery life bump.
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