Jayne D'Arcy It's toastie time with these expert jaffle makers.
Rod Easdown Most buyers spend $500 or less on TV soundbars, but lately many people have been spending much more.
Adam Turner Several services let you access streaming services around the world, however some raise privacy and security concerns.
Rod Easdown From the Shun Mook record clamp to turntable tone arms and speaker cabinets, wood has long been a staple material in hi-fi products.
Esther Han The giant 3D television, those wireless Beats headphones, that life-saving app – the latest gadgets and biggest trends are hard to resist and breaking our technology budgets.
Neil McMahon It costs about $30,000 to fit homes with automated features that can be controlled by an app, but the benefits to the disabled are great.
Jayne D'Arcy There's plenty of discussion about why you don't need to spend a packet on HDMI cables.
James Pearson People are exchanging South Korean soaps, pop music, Hollywood films and news programs, all of which are expressly prohibited by the North Korean regime.
Adam Turner Netflix, Quickflix, Presto and Stan are all fighting for your attention, but how easy are they to use and how hard will they hammer your internet connection?
Ben Grubb The Australian Netflix has officially launched but has 7000 fewer titles than the US version.
Adam Turner There's no need to fork out a fortune for programs to create documents. What's on offer for free can be just as good, expecially if your head is already in the cloud.
Adam Turner Know your LCDs from your LEDs and your OLEDs before shelling out on that new telly.
Rod Easdown There are several things to think about before buying. Sound quality is the most obvious and you can only judge this by listening.
Jayne D'Arcy When it comes to stand mixers, most covet the KitchenAid.
Electrolux will start selling an oven that can stream footage of the cooking process.
Rod Easdown We know vinyl records have made a comeback, but remember that they're easily damaged by poor-quality turntables.
Adam Turner From flying across the solar system to chasing dinosaurs through the jungle, virtual reality headsets can whisk you away to another world.
Rod Easdown The Nu-Vista amp – the first using nuvistor valves – was released in 1999, but the supply quickly dwindled. Now they're back with extra punch.
Jayne D'Arcy Are portable record players worth the money?