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Amazon are introducing their take on Mesh Wi-Fi with the new Eero.
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You now have the option to stop user zoom in group FaceTime calls using your Mac.
ARM, whose underlying CPU architecture is at the heart of virtually every smartphone, has announced its new Cortex-A78 generation of CPUs, GPUS, and network processors, including the new supercharged Cortex-X1.
Aussie Broadband are going all-in on speed when it comes to their new NBN plans.
Telstra are pitching their new Telstra 5G Wi-Fi Pro portable hotspot as a future-proof avenue for mobile connectivity.
Motorola are rolling out the red carpet for three new mid-tier devices.
Foxtel have unveiled their latest attempt to carve out a compelling slice of the streaming market: Binge.
Fitbit has launched a new survey that aims to help detect COVID-19 in Fitbit users before symptoms show up.
Nvidia's GameGAN technology created fully functional Pac-Man levels after watching 50,000 matches. Nvidia hopes the tech will eventually help developers make games faster.
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