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.
View the original post: Siri comes to Mac
Telstra wants you to install its internet connected sensors, cameras, power plugs and door locks at home.
View the original post: Telstra wants to monitor your home
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
View the original post: Google launches iPhone keyboard
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
It’s not every day a nine-year-old Australian is singled out by Apple chief Tim Cook.
View the original post: Anvitha, 9, catches Apple’s eye
Apple has helped usher in a new age of personal computing where we spend more time talking with devices.
View the original post: Let’s talk: Apple boosts Siri power
Apple is making Siri smarter as part of updates that also promise improvements to Maps, Music and Photos.
View the original post: Apple in major software overhaul
HP’s Spectre 13 might be the thinnest notebook in the market but Lenovo’s ThinkPad has the features that count.
View the original post: Yoga stretches past slim Spectre