The Akaso Trace 1 Dash Cam produces very good video, especially the infrared interior captures, plus excellent battery run time, for an affordable price.
The super-svelte Garmin Dash Cam mini could be just the unobtrusive camera you seek. However, it lacks GPS, and the super-capacitor lasts only a second or two.
The Netgear Nighthawk XR700 is incredibly expensive for a niche consumer product - but it’s comprehensive, powerful and specialised enough to stand out.
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Microsoft's June updates to its Office 365 suite include Presenter Coach, an AI-driven tool that monitors your practice presentations and offers suggestions, such as not to swear.
Google claims that it is finally serious about brining RCS Chat to all Android phones, but I'll believe it when I see it.
The Fledging Shell enclosure houses a single NVMe drive, giving you faster-than-SATA speeds, but also exposing the limits of USB 3.1 Gen 2.
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Optus is closing out the financial year by boosting data inclusions on selected mobile plans.
The Roccat KOVA Aimo is an adept alternative that’ll likely suit those who want something off-the-beaten path but no less accomplished than its competition.
Creative Technologies are looking to carve out a new niche for themselves with the Stage Air soundbar.
Three Huawei laptops have returned to the Microsoft Store as quietly and mysteriously as they vanished last month.
HP loaded up its Chromebook x360 14 G1 with some high-end parts, but the result is too unwieldy to work well as a convertible, and it's expensive, too.
Tax time is like Christmas for hackers and scammers. It’s the time of year where people jump online and share critical identification information with the tax department that can be easily used for identity theft, and yet, according to Australian research from Norton LifeLock, while Australian workers are aware of the security risks they are often not particularly secure in their behaviour.
Last year, Australians lost more than $2.8 million (AUD) in fake ATO scams
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