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Have We Reached Peak Smartwatch? – Gizmodo Australia

It seems like damn near every tech company is trying to launch a smartwatch, but if you had asked me to predict which would be next, I probably wouldn’t have guessed OnePlus. According to 91Mobiles, the smartphone maker has filed for IMDA certification for a …

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It seems like damn near every tech company is trying to launch a smartwatch, but if you had asked me to predict which would be next, I probably wouldnt have guessed OnePlus. According to 91Mobiles, the smartphone maker has filed for IMDA certification for a watch with the model number W301GB.
This wouldnt be the first time OnePlus has considered creating its own smartwatch. Back in 2016, OnePlus CEO Carl Pei shared sketches of a smartwatch the company had been tinkering around with. However, Pe…

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The Morning After: Apple enters the 5G era with the iPhone 12 – Yahoo Finance Australia

The iPhone 12 is here, and of course iFixit took the new device apart. Also, we have this week’s best deals and some recommendations for the best USB-C…

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New iPhones have arrived, so as you would expect, while we reviewed the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, the team at iFixit pulled out their tools and pried them open. Inside, shockingly, they found phone parts, plus a few new magnets to support the MagSafe charging setup.
iPhone 12 teardown – iFixit
What they didnt find is a battery thats the same size or larger than last years devices. To squeeze 5G modems inside those slim shells, something had to give and several components took a backseat to save…

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Richmond down Geelong to win third premiership in four years and secure AFL dynasty – The Guardian

Dustin Martin’s starring performance helped Richmond claim a third premiership in four years in a 31-point grand final win over Geelong

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It was a grand final like no other to conclude a season like no other. So much was unrecognisable the first decider played under lights, the first played outside Victoria but there was something very familiar about the outcome as Richmond overwhelmed Geelong by 31 points at the Gabba.
The many changes wrought by Covid-19 were meant to attach a sardonic asterisk to the 2020 premiers, one that sought to cheapen the achievement. Many will still want it there, but this was business as usual for Richmond:…

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Tigers do it the hard way to win third flag in four years – The Age

It’s difficult to mount an argument that Richmond’s 13th premiership – their third in four years – wasn’t their hardest-fought to date.

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A fairytale ending for Gary Ablett was denied. Hurt early, he bravely played on but his impact was minimal. For Patrick Dangerfield, his glittering resume still misses a crowning jewel. He was instrumental in the first half, but when the game went on the line, he was shaded by Martin.
The matchs complexion changed dramatically after just six minutes. Richmonds defensive fulcrum Nick Vlastuin ran smack bang into Dangerfields forearm. He was out like a light. In the space of seconds, Abletts left…

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