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A leaked promotional video for the Google Pixel 4 has confirmed pretty much every leak out there about the device.
The 5G-enabled version of Samsung's first foldable phone won't be coming to Australia.
Fauna showed off their Focus smartglasses at this year's IFA. We had the chance to go hands-on with them.
In addition to their new Plex smartphone, TCL also showed off a nifty set of smartglasses at this year's IFA.
Sennheiser have partnered with Tile to put the company's Bluetooth tracker tech in the new Momentum Wireless headphones.
Sony are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their first portable cassette player with a new limited model.
Amazfit brought their new GTS smartwatch to this year's IFA in Berlin - and we came away impressed.
Sony showed off a phone that's probably not coming to Australia plus a few new headphones that are.
Jabra have upgraded their flagship Elite true wireless earbuds.
Sennheiser's popular Momentum Wireless headphones are getting more than a face-lift.
Samsung had a lot to say at their IFA press conference about their ecosystem of smarter and better tech but seemingly-nothing to say about the smart assistant they once claimed would tie it all together.
SteelSeries are trying to please everyone with the new Arctis 1 wireless gaming headset.
Bose's SoundSport Free true wireless earbuds are being discounted down to $20 as part of eBay's 20th birthday sales.
Fitbit are now taking orders for their next fitness-focused smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa 2.
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