Reviews

REVIEW: Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5: A choice between style and stylus

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Samsung’s new duo are the best Android phablets yet. The question is, do you want a stylus or curved screen?

REVIEW: Lumix CM1 - The best cameraphone yet

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There have been a number of attempts at making a smartphone that takes better pictures than a dedicated point-and-shoot and Panasonic's latest effort gets almost everything right.

The best Windows 10 laptops money can buy

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The perfect Windows laptop doesn’t exist, but there are some good options out there.

REVIEW: Canon EOS 5DS - Megapixel overkill

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Witrh more than 50 million pixels in a photo in a DSLR, the 5DS is a monster camera even by Canon’s standard.

REVIEW: Oppo R7 - Attack of the iPhone clones

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To say the Oppo R7 is an iPhone 6 rip-off when it comes to design would be an understatement. But the Chinese phone has some worthy features of its own

Is the Apple Watch fit for fitness?

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The arrival of smartwatches was supposed to spell the end of dedicated fitness bands but don't ditch your Fitbit or Jawbone just yet.

Windows 10 or OS X: Which one's for you?

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Both operating systems have so many nearly identical functions that at times it can feel like playing “Can You Spot the Difference?” But Apple does have one crucial advantage.

One night with the best TV in the world

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The lack of good 4K content might be a drawback but LG's latest OLED technology is a thing of beauty.

REVIEW: MOTO E (2nd Gen.): Premium Android at budget price

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The updated Moto E might have a few flaws but it's one of the best sub-$300 Android smartphones you can buy in Australia right now.

Camera shootout: iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9

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We pit three of the most popular top-tier smartphones in the market to determine the best smartphone shooter.

GoPro Hero4 Session roadtested: Searching for the perfect fit

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In theory, the Session is a brilliantly simple and effective tool for capturing the moment but there are a few glaring pitfalls.

Human heart beats under the hood of Apple Music

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Apple has finally joined the streaming bandwagon and Apple Music just might be worth the effort.

REVIEW: Kindle Paperwhite

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Forget your iPad, the new high-resolution Kindle has everything you need.

REVIEW: Toshiba Radius L40W convertible notebook

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The Japanese giant's flagship Windows 10-ready notebook fails to justify its hefty price tag and falls flat on a number of fronts.

REVIEW: FreeviewPlus digital set-top box

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Australia's first FreeviewPlus digital set-top box offers a cheap and easy way to watch all five free-to-air catch up TV services, but it's still early days for FreeviewPlus' set-top box ambitions.

Pebble Time is the best smartwatch for your Android

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It might come as a surprise, but the best smartwatch for Android users wasn't developed by Google.

REVIEW: LG Urbane Watch - Android Wear is no match for the Apple Watch

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LG'Watch Urbane makes a good fist of pushing the boundaries of Android watches but it also highlights why the Apple Watch is ahead of the pack.

REVIEW: HP Pro Slate 8

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As one of the few devices on the market to offer a pen that works on both a tablet and regular paper, the HP Pro Slate 8 holds a lot of appeal for those who want a digital copy of their notes. But it's far from perfect.

Review: BitTorrent’s Bleep - The messaging app built for secrecy

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Using peer-to-peer technology for messaging Bleep is more private than Apple, Google and even Snapchat.

Rescuing personal tech’s most endangered species: The stand-alone camera

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Smartphone-makers, touting photos of models frolicking in the sun, are on a campaign to convince us they’ve got the only camera we need. They’re wrong.

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