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Nokia 5.3 – Big Screen, Small Price

Nokia 5.3 – Big Screen, Small Price

A big screen phone doesn’t have to come with a big price tag. A great example is the new Nokia 5.3, an Android phone that has a generous screensize but priced under 350 dollars. The device features a 6.55inch screen, 13megapixel main camera and an AI-assisted battery that should see you through 2 days of use. Additionally the Nokia 5.3[Read More…]

A Reminder to Drink More Water – The Smart Water Bottle

A Reminder to Drink More Water – The Smart Water Bottle

Are you drinking enough water?   It’s probably not high on your daily priority list…which is where Norden’s LIZ Smart Bottle can help out.Not only does this smart bottle give you gengle reminders to have a drink every two hours it’s also self cleaning. If you currently have a re-usable drink bottle then you know they can get pretty stinky,[Read More…]

Take Amazon Alexa on the Road

Take Amazon Alexa on the Road

You may already have an Alexa device at home, but now you can have one in your car too. Amazon is set to launch Echo Auto in Australia next month, letting users have Alexa as their driving companion so you can: Listen to an audiobook via Audible Ask Alexa to play Today’s Hits. Ask Alexa to read you the news.[Read More…]

No Link Between 5G and COVID-19

Earlier this month, the 5G Inquiry Report written by the House Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts over the last 12 months, was tabled in Parliament. The Committee has been investigating the capability, capacity and deployment of 5G and recognises the safe and transformative role that 5G will play to support innovation, better connectivity and productivity to support the[Read More…]

Australians Guilty of Risky Password Behaviour

Australians Guilty of Risky Password Behaviour

Are you using passwords like “password” or “123456”? The 2020 Psychology of passwords report from LogMeIn has revealed that Australians are taking more risks with weak passwords compared to other countries. The report found that while 90 percent of us are well aware of the dangers of using the same password for everything, 69 percent continue to do it anyway.[Read More…]