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  • Framework releases new AMD Ryzen, 16-inch, 13-inch laptops

    Framework releases new AMD Ryzen, 16-inch, 13-inch laptops

    Framework has announced a number of new products at its Next Level event today, including a new AMD Ryzen Laptop variant, and improved 13-inch model, a new 16-inch model, and a mainboard case. The company will also begin shipping to four new countries later this year. Framework Laptop 13-inch AMD Ryzen A feature that has…

  • Forget dbrand, make your Steam Deck transparent with JSAUX

    Forget dbrand, make your Steam Deck transparent with JSAUX

    Popular accessory maker, JSAUX has released a line of transparent backplates for the Steam Deck, giving you a glimpse into the internals of your Steam Deck and taking you back to the days of transparent technology. A quick look at a transparent Steam Deck As of now, the only way to get a ‘transparent’ look…

  • How to customise your Steam Deck Startup Movie

    How to customise your Steam Deck Startup Movie

    Valve’s Steam Deck has gained native support for custom Startup Movies available to purchase through the Points Ship. This is a nice update removing the need to go into desktop mode to change your startup animation. We first noticed this new section in the settings menu after installing the latest beta build. Our Steam Deck…

  • Aperture Desk Job shows the Steam Deck’s true potential

    Aperture Desk Job shows the Steam Deck’s true potential

    Aperture Desk Job from Valve is the ultimate representation of what a game built and optimised for the Steam Deck can be, utilising many of the Steam Deck’s features other games have not yet explored. Note: This does include spoilers to the short game. Be sure to play it before you continue reading. In-game desk…

  • Valve Steam Deck 2: Why it won’t be released soon

    Valve Steam Deck 2: Why it won’t be released soon

    Valve’s Steam Deck has taken the gaming world by storm, and the anticipation for its successor, the Steam Deck 2, is already high. However, Valve’s recent actions suggest that we may not see the Steam Deck 2 anytime soon. In this article, we’ll explore why Valve may not be releasing the Steam Deck 2 soon.…

  • Tutorial: Steam Deck VR with Meta Quest 2 or Quest 3

    Tutorial: Steam Deck VR with Meta Quest 2 or Quest 3

    Looking to play VR on your Steam Deck? You can now use the Meta Quest 2 and Meta Quest 3 VR headset for a wire-free setup that’s fast, easy, and ideal for gaming or productivity. Follow our tutorial below. Update: This works with the Meta Quest 3. This tutorial is an updated version based on…

  • Buying a Steam Deck in Australia? Here’s what you need to know

    Buying a Steam Deck in Australia? Here’s what you need to know

    If you’re thinking of purchasing a Steam Deck in Australia, there are a few important things to keep in mind. Valve, the company behind Steam and the Steam Deck haven’t officially announced support for its handheld console in Australia, leaving many wondering why. Here are the key points you need to know before making your…

  • How to get the Steam Deck in Australia

    How to get the Steam Deck in Australia

    You can now get a Valve Steam Deck in Australia! While it’s not directly from Valve, this is the next best option for Aussie gamers and so far, users are getting what they’ve paid for. Let’s see how it’s possible. Buying a Steam Deck in Australia A common method to get a Steam Deck, and…

  • SwitchBot Blind Tilt receives update adding groups

    SwitchBot Blind Tilt receives update adding groups

    A little under a month of being available to the general public, SwitchBot Blind Tilt has received an update bringing the groups feature back, fixing a number of known issues, and taking Blind Tilt’s firmware to V2.0. What’s new? The big feature added in V2.0 is grouping. In the settings, you are now able to…

  • Google will replace your Pixel Watch for free, under one condition

    Google will replace your Pixel Watch for free, under one condition

    Google will replace your brand new Google Pixel Watch for free if you aren’t a fan of the excess rubber material left over from the manufacturing process. While its a little odd this wasn’t picked up during early manufacturing, its good to see Google’s willingness to fix the cosmetic issue. Water resistant seal Soon after…

  • Google Pixel Watch battery life needs improvement

    Google Pixel Watch battery life needs improvement

    Google’s Pixel Watch battery life isn’t the greatest compared to other smartwatches on the market. After using the watch for a couple of days, we think there is room for Google to improve the Pixel Watch’s battery life. Pixel Watch battery life Update 2: The Pixel Watch now lasts a lot longer in day-to-day usage.…

  • Google Pixel Watch review: 24 hours in…

    Google Pixel Watch review: 24 hours in…

    We’ve had the Google Pixel Watch in hand for just over 24 hours now, so it’s time for a first impressions and review. Is Google’s first watch holding up to the hype or is it not fit for purpose. As the Pixel Watch is only a few days old this post will be focusing on…

  • Classic Google: Pixel Watch app icon doesn’t support Material You theming

    Classic Google: Pixel Watch app icon doesn’t support Material You theming

    In classic Google fashion, the brand-new Pixel Watch app doesn’t have support for Android’s Material You themed icons. While it’s a small detail, it’s one we expect not to be overlooked by the tech giant. Google Pixel Watch app Alongside the Google Pixel Wach, the Pixel Watch app was released last week, for reviewers to…

  • Fitbit marks the end for Google Fit with Pixel Watch

    Fitbit marks the end for Google Fit with Pixel Watch

    Google released the Pixel Watch last week with a deep integration to Fitbit and the Fitbit app, leaving Google Fit in an interesting place and possibly marking the beginning of the end for Google Fit. Google Fit vs Fitbit Google Fit is Google’s somewhat equivalent to Samsung Health or Apple Health. While Google Fit allows…

  • Framework, Google partnership = repairable Chromebook, starting at $999

    Framework, Google partnership = repairable Chromebook, starting at $999

    Framework has partnered with Google to produce a repairable and upgradable Chromebook for the North American market starting at $999. The Framework Chromebook uses the hardware from the company’s other laptops and Google’s simplistic and powerful ChromeOS software. The laptop is available for pre-order today starting at $999 for the Canadian and the US markets…