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UFC 243 live stream: how to watch Whittaker vs Adesanya and more from anywhere

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

UFC has returned to Australia with UFC 243 ready to rock you from Down Under. And with its all Antipodean main event, there's plenty to get excited about when Robert Whittaker and Israel Adesanya step into the Octagon today. Luckily, getting a UFC 243 live stream is the easy bit – no matter where on Earth you are.

Whittaker, the 28-year-old Australian fighter, has been impressing in the Middleweight division for a few years now and finally claimed the undisputed title by beating Yoel Romero a couple of years ago.… Read the full article

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First Look Sunday – Rosson Audio RAD-O

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: Headfonia|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Today, we take a look at the Rosson Audio RAD-O. It’s the first creation from the new brand but there’s much more to the story.

This is part of our Picture Sunday series, where we take a quick look at some products in the review cycle. You can find all previous Picture Sunday posts here.

About Rosson Audio Design

If the name Alex Rosson doesn’t ring a bell, then think (back to) Audeze. Alex was one of the Audeze founders and he had a big impact on the tuning of some of the finest Audeze LCD headphones.… Read the full article

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Line 6 Relay G10S

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: AV Hub|

Note: This piece first appeared in Australian Guitar #134Subscribe to our print edition here!

Line 6’s wireless series offers something for everyone, and the G10S is one of the simplest and most foolproof wireless systems yet. Words by Peter Hodgson.


Whether you want to do the cool Steve Vai spin-the-guitar-around-your-neck move, run from one side of the stage to the other like you’re in Def Leppard, ride around on your singer’s neck like The Dillinger Escape Plan, or you’re just tired of tripping over stuff, a wireless can be a crucial piece of kit. … Read the full article

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Dubai to take centre stage with live demonstrations and use cases in 5G, AI and autonomous vehicles

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

All eyes will be on Dubai next week as the city gears up to demonstrate and showcase a wide range of use cases in 5G cellular technology, artificial intelligence and future mobility, never happened before on a global scale.

The 39th edition of Gitex Technology Week will open doors on Sunday at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) as global and prominent names including China Mobile, du, Etisalat, Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia and STC in what will represent a dazzling glimpse into the wireless and interconnected future that will transform Middle East businesses.… Read the full article

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Wolf Audio Systems with Joe Parvey: AudioStream Podcast No.10

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: Audiostream|

This is the 10th episode of the AudioStream Podcast and host Brian Hunter brings you Wolf Audio Systems. Wolf
is a relatively new company on the digital audio scene, but has already produced some early successes with their lineup of high fidelity audio servers.

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ArteLuthe’s La Piccola: A Monitor Speaker that Refuses to Act like One

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: Wall of sound|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

My experience with ArteLuthe speakers began when I reviewed the Vivace Mini, a combined effort between Robert Gaboury of Arteluthe and Frank Ng of Triode Labs and Finale Audio. The Vivace Mini is a single driver horn-loaded speaker that defied my expectations of what could be accomplished with a tiny high efficiency driver. My review of that speaker is available here. I also had an opportunity to listen to Gaboury’s Cadenza speakers, which combine the elegance of a horn tweeter and a large woofer in quite spectacular fashion.… Read the full article

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Nvidia’s next-gen Ampere graphics cards could be just around the corner

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Nvidia’s Ampere graphics cards, which represent the next-generation offerings from the firm which step up (or should that be down?) to a 7nm process could be launched in the first half of 2020, according to the latest gossip on the graphics grapevine.

This fresh rumor contends that a launch could potentially happen early next year – although equally, it could be the summer – but it needs to be taken with a heftier than usual dose of salt.

This particular piece of speculation comes from a post over at Igor’s Lab (spotted by Wccftech), although it has a definite ring of guesswork about it (the author writes that Nvidia’s next-gen GPUs “should finally come” in the first half of next year).… Read the full article

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10 games that are far better on PC than on consoles

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

It’s the same every console cycle – the new consoles come out and, for a time, there’s a glory period where they at least seem more powerful than the average games PC or Mac. The marketing blather between the big companies ramps up to a degree that you believe that these machines can resurrect the dead and simulate walking on water to an unparalleled degree.

Then it all calms down and within a year a new PC is more powerful than them again.… Read the full article

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This vibrating shirt can help the hard-of-hearing literally feel the music

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

There was a human glitterball, an eight-armed barman, and a Grime-loving grandma – but the most exciting thing to come out of London's Desperados Epic House Party was a haptic shirt that allows deaf and hard of hearing people to, in a sense, 'feel the music'. 

The plan was to create a party experience that would be inclusive for all, creating a space that everyone could enjoy. 

Diederik Vos, global brand director of Desperados explained the concept: “The Desperados Epic House Party embraced ideas from partygoers all over the world to create the ultimate welcoming experience.”

“One of the epic party ideas came from Deaf Twins, Hermon and Heroda, who dreamt of being able to experience music in a way they have not been able to before,” he told us.… Read the full article

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The new Apex Legends update helps it avoid Fortnite’s biggest problem

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

While so many games are looking to knock Fortnite from its battle royale perch, it feels few have come closer than Apex Legends. Respawn’s reputation for excellent gunplay and player movement, a neat class-based twist, and the free-to-play nature saw the game reach a million unique players within eight hours of launch.

There’s a saying that goes “you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone”, and Fortnite has lost it where it matters – at least from Epic’s point of view.… Read the full article

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