Be prepared to get slimed: The Void’s immersive Ghostbusters VR experience is no sugar-coated fantasy.
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Amazon has set the pace when it comes to voice command systems and despite some limitations Alexa is a thing of beauty.
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AMD is offering VR enthusiasts a cheap way to upgrade their PC’s graphics.
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A one-day phishing expedition shows how simple it is to break into a ‘secure’ website and obtain people’s details.
View the original post: Think you’re safe? Think again
Sony’s latest effort in the smartphone market is likely to please dedicated fans and that’s a problem.
View the original post: Sony pushes Xs not Zs with Xperia
Promising, imaginative, but rough. That’s how I’d brand Apple’s first implementation of Siri on a Mac.
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Telstra wants you to install its internet connected sensors, cameras, power plugs and door locks at home.
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There are plenty of gimmicks in the smart TV world, but consumers need to tick all the boxes to get the quality experience.
View the original post: Light and shade a wild experience
Optus has shown off details of its English Premier League app due for release on July 4.
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Google has taken on Apple with a keyboard for the iPhone called Gboard
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Typing rapidly is becoming a dying art as better voice recognition takes technology to a new level of user-friendliness.
View the original post: Her master’s voice