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Google’s year in search says a lot about our 2020 priorities

While it has a lot of products in the tech space, for many people Google is synonymous with the product that made its fortune in the first place. Indeed, for a lot of folks, the words “search” and “Google” are freely interchangeable when they’re talking about looking up online content, no matter what that content


Which smart speaker should you buy?

We’ve had speakers in our homes for many years now, but the advent of the “smart” speaker is a relatively new phenomenon. If you’re wondering what the difference is, it’s fundamentally to do with the inclusion of a microphone, an internet connection and a smart assistant that can hook into streaming music services as well


Apple Macbook Air M1: Apple’s first Apple Silicon MacBook impresses

You really wouldn’t pick it from the outside, but Apple’s undergoing a major change in the way it makes its premium priced MacBook laptops. While the external design hasn’t changed at all, underneath the hood of its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13 laptops, Apple’s switched out Intel processors in favour of its own ARM-based


5 key benefits of having on-site IT support

Remote IT support is a popular option for many Australian businesses, but it might not actually be the best one. Depending on the style and size of your business, having onsite IT support services can offer a range of benefits, from time and cost savings, to improved efficiency. In 2020, remote working is on the


Microsoft Surface Laptop Go Review: Portable and affordable

Microsoft’s been selling Surface branded laptops for years now, most prominently to folks who want high end Windows laptops and tablets and are prepared to part with the cash for those kinds of experiences. Ask Microsoft, and it’s not competing with the likes of Dell, HP, Acer or Asus; it’s instead providing reference standards for


Microsoft Xbox Series X Review: Nice improvements, but no need to rush

Microsoft recently launched its fourth console generation with the arrival of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. They follow the original 2001 Xbox, 2005’s Xbox 360 and 2013’s Xbox One generations, although many of those had smaller and bigger revisions throughout their lifecycles. Where prior Xbox generations launched with a single console, Microsoft’s


Google’s latest Chrome update brings serious speed

When you’re browsing the web, the one thing that you don’t want is slow. Nobody likes to be left waiting, but all too often we’re stuck staring at a half-loaded page or a spinning animation letting us know that something is happening – but rarely what it might be. Google’s Chrome browser currently has the


Apple makes big software changes, but fails to launch Big Sur smoothly

It’s been a massive couple of weeks for Apple, one of the world’s biggest computer hardware companies, with numerous new iPhone models and a slew of new “Apple Silicon” MacBooks hitting store shelves. Apple announced its first “Apple Silicon” Macs at its WWDC event mid-year, promising that it would release at least one Mac running


What is the best encryption for a wireless router?

Getting online via Wi-Fi networks is easier than ever before, but it’s important to understand the risks of what happens when you press ‘connect’. Whether you’re setting up your network at home or in the office, it’s crucial you take the right steps to set up a secure network for you and anyone else who


Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite vs Google Chromecast with Google TV: Making your smart TV smarter

Smart TVs – flat panels that include some level of integrated internet-based streaming functionality – have been a reality for years now, with a wide array of approaches and compatible apps built right into your living room TV. In terms of an all-in-one solution it seems like a no-brainer, because if your TV can easily


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