Microsoft recommends that you take a few minutes to prep your PC for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, as Windows Update won't run correctly if your PC's hard drive is too full.
Amazon's selling several capacities of an Adata 2.5-inch SSD for prices ranging from $25 to $70.
Netgear is set to expand into the smart speaker space with the new Orbi Voice.
Samsung has officially moved to challenge Huawei's P20 Pro, announcing the Galaxy A7.
After six months in beta, Magic The Gathering Arena will be entering open beta from September 28.
MSI will kick off an integrated global marketing campaign, MSI x Venom, bringing the highly anticipated film to PC gamers with the latest MSI Optix MPG27CQ Curved Gaming Monitor, Trident 3 Gaming Desktop and B450 Tomahawk Gaming Motherboard.
Plantronics has launched five products across the BackBeat Fit and BackBeat Go lines.
Ubisoft Australia has announced that the Assassin’s Creed Challenge will come to Metcalfe Park, Sydney, on October 5th and 6th.
Panasonic has announced thats its premium DP-UB9000 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player will be available in November.
Kanopy have partnered with Telstra to provide free access to thousands of movies.
A set of leaked codenames for Samsung's next flagship smartphone have indicated that a 5G model might be on the cards.
Ericsson, Telstra and Qualcomm have successfully completed a 2Gbps capable LTE data call using Telstra’s live commercial network in the regional centre of Toowoomba in Queensland.
Microsoft declines to confirm that a smarter Windows Update feature, known colloquially as Smart Updater or Update AI, will appear in the October 2018 Update to Windows 10.
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