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Oculus Go – New Lightweight Standalone VR Headset

Last week, the ‘Oculus Go’ was released, it’s a USD$239 virtual reality headset that doesn’t need to connect to a PC like the bigger brother the Oculus Rift or any other device for that matter. It’s all completely stand alone – The screen, sensors, radios, headphones and processing power …

2 Million Spotify Users dodging Ads

Earlier in the month Spotify began to send out emails to accounts with suspicious behaviour which block advertisements without having to pay the monthly subscription fee. The email as reported by users read: Dear user: We detected abnormal activity on the app you are using so we have …

Apple Proposes New Accessibility Emoji

On Friday Emojipedia received a proposal from Apple to add 13 new Emoji focused around accessibility. Some of the new emojis include a seeing eye dog, a service dog, the sign for “deaf,” both a mechanized and manual wheelchair, hearing aid, and a prosthetic arm and leg. Apple …

Do you use WeChat? Maybe you shouldn’t

Last month, U.S. intelligence agencies came out against people using Chinese phones including the apps that come with them. Now according to the Australian Financial Review Australia isn’t too crash hot on the idea either, at least using the app WeChat for communications. Now I don’t really know …

Jed Board Electric Skateboard [Pre-Production Preview]

Excerpt from ‘TechWrap the Podcast’ where we talk about my experience with the Jed board: The Jed board is a fairly new board to the electric skateboard scene joining the likes of Evolve, Boosted, Inboard, Enertion Boards, Baja Boards and even the budget friendly Meepo Board. I’m deliberately …

TechWrap Podcast – Episode 25

  In this edition of TechWrap Podcast: -Apple’s new range of phones/watches and Apple TV. -Will gives us a lowdown on the Jedboard powered Skateboard. -Google Street View opens to contributors -Uber bans in London. -GoPro releases the Hero 6 -Quick headlines of the week

TechWrap Podcast – Episode 24

In this weeks podcast: Aussie Internet users expecting slow speeds with damaged cables undersea. IFA 2017 and some of the gadgets from it. Exploited data attempting to be sold online, mined from various sources. Paying for food using facial recognition in China. Plus our old mate, quick headlines …