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  • Belkin cooks up some kitchen iPad accessories

    One of the first things any new iPad user does is experiment with the tablet as a recipe book in the kitchen. Until they get food all over the touchscreen, that is. Fortunately, Belkin just released a trio of peripherals to try and take the mess out of kitchen-based...
  • The best February video games

    Only six weeks into 2012 and already it’s shaping up to be a massive year for video games. If you’re wondering what to spend your money on this month, we’re here to help! Here are this month’s hottest game releases....
  • Sony renting out 3D gear for free

    Remember 3D? It was meant to be the next big thing in televisions, but ended up being a great big ball of disappointment thanks to a tragic lack of content. Sony is trying to change that though, announcing that it will offer free three day rentals of Sony 3D...
  • Grand Slam Tennis 2 by EA

    Yesterday EA launched the new Grand Slam Tennis 2 videogame in Sydney with the help of Australian Wimbledon champion Pat Cash. Hoping to cash (sorry) in on some of the Australian Open hype, EFTM stole a copy from EA to take home and play around with....
  • Quickflix coming to these Samsung gadgets soon

    It has only been a few months since Quickflix launched its video on demand streaming subscription service, but already it’s expanding at an exponential rate. Today, Samsung announced the service would be coming not only to its Smart TVs, but also a wide selection of portable gadgets....
  • Radio: Triple M Grill Team – Retro Gaming

    This week on Triple M Breakfast with the Grill Team, Trev took along his iCade to show the boys and talk about retro gaming....
  • Never buy maps again with new Garmin nüvi 2000 / 3000 range

    In an industry first satellite navigation producer Garmin has launched a range of products that comes with free lifetime map upgrades, meaning you’ll always have the most up-to-date maps available so long as you can download them....
  • Watch RIM punish its BlackBerry smartphones

    You may not realise, but gadget manufacturers generally put their products through hell before releasing them to the public in order to test how they react to rugged usage. Sometimes they even film the process, which means we get to watch gadget torture videos in our spare time like...
  • iCade, Arcade80s and more classic arcade gaming for your Man Cave

    Sure, you can have a big screen TV and all the wireless connectivity you want in your man cave, but is it really complete without some sort of classic arcade gaming? We’ve got two great suggestions for you to ‘retro’ fit your man cave....
  • Amazon Kindle Touch Now Available For Aussies

    Given some of the frustrations we had with the fourth generation Kindle, it’s great news to know that Amazon has just announced its touchscreen e-ink reader, the Kindle Touch, is available to order in Australia....
  • EFTM Review: Amazon’s 4th Generation Kindle

    In the age of Lolcats, Facebook and amazingly immersive video games, the good old-fashioned book has become a bit of a minnow in the fight for our downtime. The fourth generation Kindle from Amazon is doing its best to change that, with a stunning lightweight design and access to...
  • Nokia Lumia 800 Priced At $699

    If you saw the news a few days ago that the first Nokia Windows phone, the Lumia 800 was landing in March and thought to yourself: “I wonder how much that will cost?”, Nokia has answered your question with a surprisingly low $699....
  • Easily mount an iPad to a car headrest with the Wallee Headrest

    One of the most impressive iPad accessories we’ve seen in the past couple of years is the Wallee mounting system from Melbourne company StudioProper. It’s latest bracket is designed to let you quickly and easily mount an iPad to a car headrest, giving your kids an affordable entertainment system...
  • Cook and charge your phone while camping with the BioLite

    Forget massive extra batteries or inefficient solar chargers for keeping your gadgets powered while camping. Real men use fire, courtesy of the brilliant BioLite camp stove....
  • Samsung hopes size doesn’t matter with the Galaxy Tab 7.7-inch

    The name Samsung Galaxy Tab is now pretty well set in history as the tablet Apple tried to stop. Having successfully beaten that away, the 10.1-inch version is now on sale – but have you heard of its younger, smaller sibling?...
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