Epson releases 4K laser display poised to transform classrooms & workspaces
Epson introduces its first 3LCD lamp-free laser display with 4K technology, designed to revolutionise classrooms and workspaces.
Epson unveils SureColor P5360 professional photo printer in Sydney
Epson introduces the SureColor P5360 photo printer in Sydney, set to meet professional and production photography needs.
Amber Technology unveils new JBL Classic Series products
Amber Technology has released four new JBL Classic Series products, fusing modern technology with classic design.
Hands-on review: HyperX DuoCast USD microphone
We get our hands on this robust & versatile USB microphone which turns out to be a top choice for budget-conscious audio enthusiasts.
Hands-on review: Poly Sync 10 USB Speakerphone
Poly sent over its Sync 10 USB speakerphone to test out. TechDay's Darren Price puts the unit through its paces.
Apricorn releases its first offering to feature NVME SSD
Apricorn has released the USB 10Gbps Aegis NVX, the first encrypted device the company has offered to feature an NVME SSD inside.
Hands-on review: Philips 65” 9500 series TV
Philips' 65” 65PML9506/79 9500 series mini-LED Android TV offers impressive features, including Ambilight 4 lighting.
Ricoh announces Interactive Whiteboard rollout in Australia
Ricoh has announced the Australian launch of its new Android-based A-Series Interactive Whiteboards (IWB) (also known as Interactive Flat Panel Displays (IFPD).
Hands-on review: JBL Quantum Stream microphone
A few months ago JBL launched the JBL Quantum Stream, a Dual pattern premium USB microphone for gamers, streamers and podcasters.
Hands-on review: 128GB PNY Elite-X microSDXC Flash Card
PNY continues to liven up its product range with the Elite-X microSD card. We were sent the 128GB version to check out.
Hands-on review: Twelve South StayGo Mini USB Hub
Twelve South's mini USB hub offers a clutter-free workspace solution, connecting all peripherals to one neat hub.
Hands-on review: Satechi Trio Wireless Charger & Satechi Slim X3 Bluetooth Backlit Keyboard
Satechi's Trio Wireless Charging Pad and Slim X3 Bluetooth Keyboard offer sleek and efficient solutions for charging and working with multiple devices.
PC component manufacturer PNY expands across the ANZ region
PNY strengthens its presence in Australia and New Zealand with a new distribution partnership with DSTech for their PNY and HP USB and memory card ranges.
Hands-on review: PNY HP flash drives
PNY's HP flash drives offer high-quality portable storage solutions, ranging from budget options to executive-level devices.
PNY launches HP memory products in Australia and NZ for the first time
PNY Technologies brings HP memory products to Australia and New Zealand for the first time, starting with four USB flash drives.
QNAP releases two new JBOD enclosure models
The multi-platform 8-bay desktop TL-D800C and 12-bay rackmount TL-R1200C-RP USB 3.2 Gen 2 JBOD storage enclosure.
USB4 is coming, and it's based on Thunderbolt
The non-profit USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) is preparing for the launch of USB4, with new specifications for its design and use.
Honeywell upgrades USB protection for ICS environments
Industrial cybersecurity provider Honeywell has doubled down on its protection against USB-based threats towards industrial operators.
Symantec releases neural network-integrated USB scanning station
Symantec Industrial Control System Protection Neural helps defend against USB-borne cyber attacks on operational technology.
Review: Is the Zendure SuperCord the fix for cable frustrations?
You may have seen the Zendure SuperCord on social media being used to drag a car around - does it live up to the marketing?.
Fileless malware sneaks into Windows machines via USB flash drives
A malicious backdoor called BKDR-ANDROM.ETIN is using fileless malware to infect systems through USB flash drives.
Data-junkies saddle up, USB transfer speeds are doubling
USB 3.2-equipped laptops and external drives could reach speeds of 20 gigabits per second...
Hackers are able to target your e-cigarette... Is nothing sacred?
Vaping can be risky in unexpected ways as a security researcher demonstrates how a modified vaporizer can pass code to a computer.
Honeywell launches USB security solution for industrial control systems
USB devices and the malware hiding within them pose a major threat to industrial control systems, according to research by BSI publications.