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Huawei today announced the Australian launch of its Ascend P7 4G smartphone and its TalkBand B1 wearable.

Oral-B have announced the Australian release of their SmartSeries 7000 Bluetooth toothbrush, the first smartphone compatible electric toothbrush.

Foxtel today announced new pricing of $9.99 per month on it's no contract movie-streaming service, Presto. The new monthly cost, effective as of Sunday, is a 50% cut from the previous price of $19.99 per month.

Motorola's circular Moto 360 smartwatch looks like it will get a proper debut and release date at an event being held in Chicago on September 4. In addition, the invite features images of the Moto X and Moto G smartphones, suggesting potential upgrade for both.

It’s a little hard to believe World of Warcraft is celebrating its tenth anniversary this November, and Mists of Pandaria, its current expansion, is turning two. It's no wonder that many Warcraft fans are waiting with bated breath for the release of the fifth expansion pack, Warlords of Draenor.

Apple today announced that it is reducing the amount of hazardous chemicals used in assembly process for the iPhone and iPad. Apple has banned the use of benzene and n-hexane during the final part of assembly.

Nintendo today announced a two week sale on select Wii U and 3DS titles to celebrate the upcoming launch of Super Smash Bros on 3DS. The sale focuses on titles starting new characters featured in Super Smash Bros, including the Villager from Animal Crossing, Trainer from Wii Fit U, Mega Man and Pac-Man.

Regular readers will no doubt be aware that Microsoft has been touting the Surface Pro 3 as the perfect alternative to a MacBook Air, specifically, the 13-inch MacBook Air. As such, we've pulled out the DSLR and pitted the two devices against one another under the bright lights of our studio. Click through for the results of the photographic face-off!

Leaked benchmark results suggest that Motorola could be making the next Nexus phone. The news was first reported by Dutch smartphone news website, TechTastic, who stumbled across an entry for a device codenamed "Shamu" in the GFXBench database.

Following months of leaks, rumours and speculation, Samsung today announced the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. The Galaxy Alpha's official specifications include a 4.7-inch 720p screen, 12 megapixel camera and 1,860mAh battery.
Today's been a good day; after months of anticipation we've finally had the chance to go hands on with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. On paper, the Surface Pro 3 is most refined device in Microsoft's line of hybrids, and arguably, more refined than any other hybrid on the market.

Sony today announced that Share Play will hit PlayStation 4 this spring as part of the system's 2.0 software update. Share Play will let any friend with a PlayStation Plus subscription jump in and play a game with you, without owning the game, and allegedly, without downloading anything.

Welcome to this week's Weekly App Roundup! Each week we'll be shining a light on the latest and greatest apps available for your phones and tablets. This week we're taking a look at two new iPhone games and an app that helps keep ANZ customers' online banking secure.

Alleged photos of Samsung's rumoured virtual reality headset have been published by technology news website The Verge. As previously reported, the headset will allow users to dock their Galaxy devices, effectively transforming a smartphone display into an immersive world.

Apple's supplier have started manufacturing new iPad models, according to a report published by Bloomberg. New versions of both the 9.7-inch iPad Air and 7.9-inch iPad mini are expected to be available by the end of the year.

Cortana, one of Windows Phone 8.1's niftiest features, could be making an appearance in Windows 9 according to Neowin. Microsoft has reportedly been testing a desktop version of Cortana for at least a month, and the software has allegedly made it from a "let us see if this works" stage to a "let us push this forward and see if we can ship it" stage.

EA today announced that their Xbox One exclusive subscription service, EA Access, is now available in Australia. Two subscription options are available: AUD$6.99 per month, or $39.99 per year.

It feels like we can't go more than a couple of months without hearing about a big hack, security breach or software vulnerability. This year alone there's been Heartbleed, Catch of the Day, eBay and the alleged heist of 1.2 billion passwords. Aside from the inherent safety risk to users, these threats are often frustrating too: going through and changing each of your passwords gets old very quickly.

Yesterday we reported on alleged leaked photos of the iPhone 6, but new information suggest these may be a fake.

Following the announcement of the Surface Pro 3's availability in 25 new countries (including Australia), Microsoft have launched a new campaign putting the new Surface and 13-inch MacBook Air head-to-head.