Cleaning Robot Is A Busy Teenager

Cleaning Robot Is A Busy Teenager

Roomba, the worlds first vacuuming robot from iRobot, turns 15 years old this year.
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  • Finance Program To Drive Electric Cars

    17:43' 12-09-2017

    Finance Program To Drive Electric Cars

    The Federal Government, through the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), recently announced a new $100 million finance program to encourage Australians to switch to electric vehicles.

  • USB Connections Less Secure Than You Think

    20:43' 05-09-2017

    USB Connections Less Secure Than You Think

    Tests on USB connections have shown they are highly susceptible to information “leakage”, making them less secure than previously thought.

  • Chinese Children Tour The World's Museums

    20:29' 05-09-2017

    Chinese Children Tour The World's Museums

    Children from more than 180,000 Chinese households recently went on a group tour of ten of the worlds greatest museums, without leaving home.

  • Faults That Hide In Second Hand Cars

    15:17' 04-09-2017

    Faults That Hide In Second Hand Cars

    Australians who buy second hand cars risk buying someone elses problems, and most buyers in this $39 billion per year market are not very good at spotting those problems.

  • Recycling Old Computers And Mobile Phones

    20:37' 31-08-2017

    Recycling Old Computers And Mobile Phones

    Every year, Australians throw out millions of TV sets, computers and mobile phones. This electronic waste, or “e-waste”, is growing three times faster than any other type of waste in Australia, as households frequently upgrade their technology.

  • Ten Things To Keep In Your Car

    20:40' 28-08-2017

    Ten Things To Keep In Your Car

    You never know what situations may arise when youre driving, so its best to think ahead and prepare for emergencies or even minor inconveniences. The following suggestions from Colleen Moyne of Money Off will add very little weight to your car, but can help you out in times of need.

  • Google Wifi Is Better For Your Home

    17:08' 18-08-2017

    Google Wifi Is Better For Your Home

    The Google Wifi system can improve Wi-Fi reception in your home, giving you uninterrupted wireless performance on your tablet, laptop and various other devices.

  • Getting Your NBN Service Up To Speed

    17:05' 15-08-2017

    Getting Your NBN Service Up To Speed

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says it will get tough on internet service providers that mislead consumers about National Broadband Network (NBN) speeds, using vague phrases like “Very Fast” and “Super Fast”.

  • The Worst Drivers On Victorian Roads

    17:18' 10-08-2017

    The Worst Drivers On Victorian Roads

    A recent survey found that more than half of Victorian motorists claim they have been put in a dangerous position by commercial drivers. However, only about one in twenty commercial drivers admitted to driving recklessly in a company vehicle over the last year.

  • How Your Phone Buys Stuff You Don't Want

    17:09' 03-08-2017

    How Your Phone Buys Stuff You Don't Want

    Its the perfect scam: a service you dont know anything about, never asked for, pay for regularly, and seems to be legal. It has an estimated 1.9 million victims in Australia.

  • Mobile Technology May Boost Pedestrian Safety

    17:53' 02-08-2017

    Mobile Technology May Boost Pedestrian Safety

    Australian tech firm Cohda Wireless has trialled its vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P) technology on city streets for the first time.

  • Ice-Free Car Windows On Cold Mornings

    17:13' 02-08-2017

    Ice-Free Car Windows On Cold Mornings

    If the overnight temperature falls to 5° or lower, with no wind or cloud cover, you may find there is ice on your car windows in the morning.

  • Faulty Airbags Cause Worry For Car Owners

    16:56' 02-08-2017

    Faulty Airbags Cause Worry For Car Owners

    Motorists were alarmed recently by the news that a man in Sydney had died because his cars airbag exploded. In fact, he was one of eighteen people around the world to suffer this fate. In April, a woman in the Northern Territory suffered severe injuries from her airbag after a crash.

  • Nokia Returns To The Smartphone Market

    19:51' 20-07-2017

    Nokia Returns To The Smartphone Market

    The Nokia name is joining Apple and Samsung with a new range of smartphones, to be released in Australia this month.

  • Fast NBN Completion Isn't Pleasing Everyone

    19:46' 20-07-2017

    Fast NBN Completion Isn't Pleasing Everyone

    The Minister for Regional Communications, Fiona Nash, has announced that two thirds of regional, rural and remote premises outside major urban areas have been able to order NBN services, and will soon reach the 80% completion milestone.

  • Road Rules Were Changed But Nobody Was Told

    19:53' 18-07-2017

    Road Rules Were Changed But Nobody Was Told

    The RACV has found a number of recent changes to road rules, which the government has not announced, and one mistake.

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