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Audi A1 1.4 TFSI Attraction (2011)

Fun handling, rorty engine, standard MMI entertainment interface and high quality interior make the A1 a good choice if you want equal doses of luxury and fun in a small package. We do wish that a few of the options were standard though.

By 31 March 2011

4 stars Editors' rating 31 March 2011

Typical price: $29,990.00


Dangerously good: The Beyerdynamic T5p headphones

Truly high-end headphones don't sound their best with portable music players, but the T5p is the exception to that rule.

By 24 July 2016

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Audi A1 1.4 TFSI Ambition (2011)

Audi has released initial details about its Mini-baiting A1 hatchback, which is due in Australia in the early part of 2011.

By 20 October 2010

Typical price: $32,650.00


Linksys' new home Wi-Fi package is a triple threat

The new Max-Stream router, range extender and USB adapter from Linksys are now available in Australia.

By 14 July 2016


Kleiner Perkins raises $1.4 billion to invest in startups

The venture capital firm's new funds will translate into opportunities for young companies.

By 1 July 2016


Dems turn to Facebook, Twitter after cameras turned off over gun sit-in

In the wake of the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, US Democrats staged a 24-hour sit-in on the House floor using social media to get the word out after cameras were switched off.

By 23 June 2016


Watch Dogs 2: How real are the hacks in Ubisoft's techno-thriller?

Here's how the upcoming sequel is turning our technological fears into compelling gaming.

By 23 June 2016


When black holes collide: Scientists find second set of gravitational waves

For the second time, scientists have detected gravitational waves emanating from a collision between two black holes.

By 16 June 2016


What did one car say to the other car? If you make that turn I'll hit you!

From CNET Magazine: Vehicle-to-vehicle communication could be the biggest safety breakthrough since seat belts, air bags and antilock brakes. Are you ready?

By 28 May 2016


One Android to rule them all?

With Android N, Google steps up efforts to convince device makers to adopt the latest generation of its mobile software. Android chief Hiroshi Lockheimer shares his take on what's new -- and how Google is trying to solve an old problem he calls the "F word."

By 19 May 2016