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'Not good enough': Electronic gadget sellers top complaints register

'Not good enough': Electronic gadget sellers top complaints register

The quality of some products sold by the country's top electronic retailers is "not good enough", says NSW Fair Trading Minister Matt Kean.

  • by Julie Power

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'Please do not switch me off!' People heed begging robot

'Please do not switch me off!' People heed begging robot

If a little humanoid robot begged you to not shut it off, would you show compassion?

  • by Hamza Shaban
Telstra Smart Wi-Fi Booster review: bust black spots on a budget

Telstra Smart Wi-Fi Booster review: bust black spots on a budget

Telstra's mesh network is light on advanced features, but it's an inexpensive option for homes that need to fix their Wi-Fi.

  • by Adam Turner
Me and my numb thumb: A tale of tech, texts and tendons
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Me and my numb thumb: A tale of tech, texts and tendons

It took me a few months to accept that I had given myself tendinosis in my phone thumb.

  • by Nellie Bowles
Xperia Ear Duo review: Sony headset puts an assistant in your ear
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Xperia Ear Duo review: Sony headset puts an assistant in your ear

Futuristic buds let you listen to music and hear reports from an AI without blocking sound of the outside world.

  • by Tim Biggs
For David, smart devices are more than just a convenience
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Opinion

For David, smart devices are more than just a convenience

Helpful prompts such as "Tap Here to Continue" are maddening for a blind person. Here where?

  • by David Woodbridge
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Telstra's connected gear offers smart home basics
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Telstra's connected gear offers smart home basics

What Telstra's collection of smart home devices lack in complexity, they mostly make up for in simplicity and ease-of-use.

  • by Adam Turner
Incase NoviConnected smart luggage review: sometimes, dumb is better

Incase NoviConnected smart luggage review: sometimes, dumb is better

It's a great case, but the half-baked 'smart' features do not do it any favours.

  • by Peter Wells