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UE’s tiny WonderBoom pack more punch in version two

You might rely on your phone to play music when you're out and about, but there's an update to a pint-sized speaker that packs even more punch you might want to consider.
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How to know when you’re seeing a JB HiFi SMS scam

Any day appears to be a good day for the JB HiFi prize scam to rear its head, and if you get an SMS from JBHiFi, you shouldn't click the link.
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D-Link makes the WiFi Smart Plug pint-sized

Not every appliance in your home is connected to the web, but with a different plug, it could be.
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Why you should be skeptical of Bitly links in SMS

You get an SMS from someone familiar, and rather than come with a random link, it comes with one you recognise, from the link shortening service Bitly. Is it a safe link?
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There's a new breed of computer chip on the way, as Intel updates its processing technology to deliver improved performance for on the go.
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Personal temperature isn't one of those things you'll always agree with others on, but a new fan from Dyson aims to cool you directly.