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High chair reviews

 | 23 Apr 2014 | Once babies develop their neck strength, they’re ready to sit in a high chair. Our testing reveals which models are safest for your child.

 
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Hand mixer reviews

17 Apr 2014 | Fiona Mair, home economist from CHOICE's test kitchen has tested 26 hand mixers priced from $15 to $199.

 
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Digital camera reviews

 | 16 Apr 2014 | We review digital SLRs, system and bridge cameras, including models from Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Panasonic, Pentax, Olympus, Samsung and Sony.

 
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Blender reviews

15 Apr 2014 | Our home economist has tested 27 blenders priced from $20 to $379.

 
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Pure Audio review

11 Apr 2014 | Pure Audio is a an uncompressed music format delivered via Blu-ray disc that can be played on any Blu-ray player as well as the Sony PS3 or PS4.

 
  • Movie streaming services set to launch

    More movie streaming services are on the way

    23 Apr 2014
    Dendy Direct and Hoyts Stream add to the online streaming services available to Australian viewers and show viewers want affordable, flexible content when it comes to their online entertainment.

  • Is gluten-free food healthy?

    What are the real facts about gluten free?

    22 Apr 2014
    For many people gluten-free is a lifestyle choice to "feel better" or lose weight, but many of gluten-free foods are low in nutrition and high in kilojoules, fat and sugar.

  • Buying cheaper clothing online

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    22 Apr 2014
    Blocked from shopping at your favourite overseas online clothes store? There are ways to get around it.

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    Why is watching Game of Thrones in Australia so hard?

    Matt Levey writes there's more chance of George RR Martin publishing another book, than there is of Australians being treated equally to US consumers when it comes to watching Game of Thrones.
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    Click here for stuff you don't want

    While some websites are just poorly designed, others deliberately use 'dark patterns' to trick or mislead you into doing things you didn't want to do.
  • china-dreaming

    China dreaming

    Like any other cheap marketplace in the world, great bargains sometimes means more throwaway items.
  • dvd-region-blog

    The DVD and Blu-Ray region coding conundrum

    Manufacturers should make it easy to watch DVDs from any region - so consumers can still buy DVDs rather than download content illegally.
  • magnifying-glass

    Help menu reboot

    Innovation is a word used liberally in relation to Apple and Google, but why hasn't one of the tech giants made computing smarter and more intuitive with smart Help menus?
 
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