Category Archives: Technology

Apple announces headphone jack-free iPhone 7, Apple Watch Series 2

Remember when Apple events used to feel a bit like Christmas? Jobs would stroll out and offer a series of revolutionary updates that seemed like magic? Though some of the lustre is gone these days, Apple still knows how to put on a show even, and perhaps most especially when they know they have to sell an unpopular change. Continue reading Apple announces headphone jack-free iPhone 7, Apple Watch Series 2

Tech Review: Edifier R2000DB Bookshelf Speakers (2016)

Edifier has long been a significant name in quality audio. From simple PC speakers to home theatre, they’ve built a reputation for crafting speakers that not only sound amazing but look quite stylish as well. In the R2000DB, Edifier have created a simple dual speaker set up that is perfect for those who want to create a space-efficient home theatre or add a bit of grunt to their PC. Continue reading Tech Review: Edifier R2000DB Bookshelf Speakers (2016)

We spend an evening with one of the fathers of the personal computer, Steve Wozniak, in Melbourne

Think Inc are an Australian organisation who are putting together some of the most interesting talks for people to go and educate themselves with. Taking a look at their previous events, the two-year-old organisation delve into the talking to people devoted to science more often than not, but intellectual discourse is what they aim for, putting a spotlight on innovation and ideas.... Continue Reading

Optus launches short video competition with grand prize of US$30,000

Optus launches short video competition, Connect5, which the telco says aims to support local content innovation. The competition encourages up-and-coming content creators to shoot, upload, and submit a 5-minute film that focuses on the theme of ‘Connecting Lives’. Continue reading Optus launches short video competition with grand prize of US$30,000

Clear out your living room, PlayStation VR apparently needs some space

Sony’s forthcoming PlayStation VR headseat appears to need around 60 square feet (5.5 square metres) of open space for proper use, but still wants you to sit down while using it. That’s according to a newly released pamphlet on the device direct from Sony. Continue reading Clear out your living room, PlayStation VR apparently needs some space