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Samsung Galaxy Watch: Everything we know about Samung’s new smartwatch

We investigate all the latest talk and rumours It’s that time of year again, and Samsung looks set to change its flagship smartwatch, with the

2018 Renault Koleos v Volkswagen Tiguan comparison

As the current family favourite in Australia, medium SUVs represent the second-biggest slice of the local new car market – hot on the heels of

Galaxy Note 9 height features detailed

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release date draws closer as a new dose of details leak from South Korea this week. The full extent of

Galaxy Note 9: Samsung just spilled 2x secrets

This morning Samsung sent invites to the Galaxy Note 9 event set to take place on the 9th of August, 2018. In that invite, they

And finally: Samsung Gear S4 evidence mounts with wireless charger details

It’s time for And finally, the place where we dig out some of the smaller stories from the wonderful world of wearables that might have escaped your

Six reasons the new Kia Cerato is better than its rivals

Kia has just launched its new Cerato sedan in Australia. Here are six reasons why it’s better than its small-car competitors The Cerato, and indeed

Five Reasons Why the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Are True Best-Sellers

The new smartphone kings come from South Korea The numbers are in: Counterpoint released its April report and indicates that the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

And finally: Apple Watch Series 3 LTE arrives in more countries

This week we have been mostly talking about the Apple Watchbecause it was WWDC and Tim Cook and company had new watchOS 5 features to talk about. We

4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy S7 Oreo & 9 Reasons You Should

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Oreo update is finally making progress. And while you might be tempted to install it early or the second it arrives

2018 Hyundai i30 N v Volkswagen Golf GTI 5-door comparison

Trent Nikolic: Traditionally, boxing’s heavyweight division is the one that gets the most attention. Something to do with the big boys and their savage, one-punch-knockout power.

LG V30S ThinQ review: A solid but pointless phone

It had its fair share of flaws, but last year’s LG V30 might have been the finest phone the company had made to date. Rather than wait

And finally: Samsung’s interested in a smartwatch with an extended display

Rumours and lighter stories from the week gone by Another week has come and gone, which means it’s time for And finally, where we round up

iPhone XI or iPhone X2: What’s the story so far with the new 2018 iPhone?

Apple announced three iPhones last year in the form of the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X and now it’s time to think about this year’s new iPhones! The iPhone 8 and

2018 Kia Stinger 330Si v Holden Commodore SS-V Redline comparison

Every single time we mention the word Stinger on the CarAdvice website, a small smoke haze rises out of the server as the comments section

2017 Ssangyong Rexton review – price, specs and release date

The Ssangyong Rexton large SUV has moved upmarket to challenge rivals such as the Hyundai Santa Fe, Kia Sorento and Land Rover Discovery Sport ***

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 VS Apple iPhone 8: What We Know So Far

The perennial smartphone arms race between the industry titans continues. With Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 already in the pipeline for an August 23 debutdate (based on press invites

iFixit tears down the Samsung Galaxy Note FE to confirm if it actually has a new battery

Well, after the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle, it is no wonder that people are still a bit touchy about its refurbished version, the Samsung

Galaxy Note 8 Rumors: This Could Be Hottest Phone of 2017

Samsung is getting ready to take another crack at the Galaxy Note. Last year’s phablet launch didn’t turn out so well, with battery issues forcing

How 5G on wearables will make the smartphone era look like a warm-up

It’ll become ubiquitous, and then everything will change 5G is not just about speed. It may seem like just a logical step on from current

WeTek Play 2 Android TV Box Review : Media Powerhouse

Pros 1080p Netflix supported Intuitive UI Other OS’ available such as LibreELEC Modular TV tuner WeTek offers excellent support Cons Awkward remote layout Average gaming

2017 Hyosung GD250R Review

What’s up with Hyosung? The Korean bike builder just seems to do things its own way. If there’s a marketing department, it’s a secretive one

2017 Chevrolet BOLT EV first drive: The first electric car truly for the everyman

I’m not convinced with the new BOLT EV’s tail-lights, but in just about every other way this all-electric car is a knock-out. A no compromise,

The best kids trackers : Using wearables for child safety

Never lose track of your little ones again with GPS trackers for kids big and small Thanks to advances in GPS technology, keeping track of

LG V20 REVIEW

HIGHS Exceptional cameras Sleek, tough metal body Removable battery Android 7.0 installed Excellent audio performance Second screen works well for notifications LOWS Not waterproof B&O

Galaxy Note 7 Rumors : Summer Release, Curved Screen

We’re about a month away from getting our hands on the next Galaxy Note if rumors about an August release for the updated phablet pan

LG X Style review

OUR VERDICT LG X Style is the more elegant looking mid-range Android phone. But like a lot of fashionable things, it lacks true power compared

The LG G5 COMETH: INSANE Specs, New Chassis AND An Eye-Scanner!?

We’ve collected all the latest rumors and details on LG’s upcoming flagship handset, the LG G5 So we’ve had Apple’s iPhone launch in September, which

Samsung’s folding smartphone might not launch in the US

Although mostly drowned out by the curved edges and unimetal bodies,Samsung doesn’t seem to have forgotten the boast it made a couple of years ago.

LG G Pad II 10.1 revealed, no word on 8.0 sibling

LG does have a tablet in store for IFA 2015 next week, but it’s not the G Pad II 8.0 that suddenly popped up in

Up To Three Adults Can Sleep In iKamper’s Hardtop One Rooftop Tent

Rooftop tents have grown in popularity over the years, now being a regular fixture in many campsites and outdoor events. If there’s anything that’s limited