Ultimate Ears’ new smart speakers let you take Amazon’s Alexa on the go

Smart Speakers are officially everywhere. So much so that it’s come to the point where if you’re a speaker manufacturer that hasn’t integrated some kind of voice assistant into your latest device you look woefully behind the times. Following on from the Sonos' move into the space with the Sonos

Sony Australia’s throwing a bloody ginormous online sale

Sony Australia constantly has a sale going on its website, but it’s not very often that they include such a large amount of their top products.  Starting today, Sony is hosting one of its biggest sales online, spanning what seems to be practically their entire line-up of consumer tech. There’s 4K

Telstra oversight leaves much-ballyhooed eSIM tech unavailable to certain Apple Watch 3 owners

The one major feature that makes buying the new LTE-capable Apple Watch 3 worthwhile – that is, the ability to use the wearable without having to tote a paired iPhone around too – seems to be completely unavailable to some Australian owners. Telstra was the first to announce its One

RAID: WWII Review

Share. War is hell. This game is only a little better. By Caley Roark RAID: WWII begins well enough. The opening movie captures the timeless appeal of a ragtag bunch of Allied soldiers casually and violently disrupting the march of the Nazi war machine. The cast of characters is familiar: a staunch British