Geoff Quattromani

You may have seen Geoff on YouTube where his tech videos saw millions of views or heard him while he talks tech across the radio waves. In his day job though he is an IT manager, a lover of Formula 1, great food and wine and obviously; technology.
  • Navigation and Dashcam in One

    Owning a GPS unit was once seen as the only way to move away from the static street directory. As smartphones added navigation applications and cars came with built-in GPS navigation the reasons for buying a windscreen mounted GPS unit grew smaller. For years it was common to see...
  • The Jack of all trades bag

    There are multiple reasons why you’ll be in need of a bag in your life. Travel, work, hobbies, study and more. There are various styles, some gravitate towards a wheelie bag which is great for smooth airport surfaces and some prefer a backpack for mounting to the body for...
  • Red or White? St Hugo has a new choice for both

    Sitting down for a meal the question will inevitably come up, the decision around the wine for the meal. Food types will scream in one direction or another; steak/shiraz, lamb/cabernet sauvignon, chicken/chardonnay and all of these can be debated, and more. So, best to keep your options open. St...
  • The Secret Adam Liaw Menu, Revealed.

    Heading to a high class restaurant for a meal where the four courses have been decided for you can be extremely nerve wracking and perhaps hesitant. When that menu however is defined by Masterchef winner Adam Liaw you start to feel more relaxed. The special deal through Groupon allows you...
  • The Suzuki Vitara Experience

    There is no doubt that the SUV market in Australia is hotter than tarmac on a summer day. There aren’t too many families who haven’t got one or at least considering one. An SUV offers a higher ride for easy entry/loading and better visibility, the wagon styling also adds...
  • Spring is here, get ready to Spritz

    With our days in Spring already underway, it’s time that we fire up the BBQ, bring friends around, throw some tunes on and enjoy a few drinks. For years the trip to the bottle shop includes beer and wine, we saw the cider trend enter in the last couple...
  • The Roomba Turns 15

    It’s amazing that the year 2002 was 15 years ago, it feels like the Sydney Olympics was only yesterday. It’s equally insane that the first iRobot Roomba roaming living rooms 15 years ago, it sometimes still feels like they’re new to the world. 2002 was a big year, The...
  • New Nespresso Range Brings the Barista to You

    The morning coffee is a ritual between man and nature. It’s the needs of one matched to the complexity of another. The complexity of coffee is deep in the background of the coffee beans but even more so when paired with milk. Those who love to portion their coffee...
  • Honey, where are my keys?

    If you’ve ever asked the common question about your missing car/house keys then this product applies to you. If you have a bag which you travel with often then this bag is also for you. In fact, if there is an item that is important to you and needs...
  • The Ultimate Army Tank Experience

    While many will fly into Cairns to then experience the Great Barrier Reef, the most exciting thing to do in Cairns is actually above sea level. AusArmourFest is held at the Australian Armour and Artillery Museum each year and if you have any interest in Army war history then...
  • Knife Tips From a Champion Butcher

    Paul Suleyman has been a butcher for 35 years: if he was on a quiz show, meat and knives would be his special subjects. The South Australian was the winner of this year’s Meatstock Melbourne Butcher Wars (basically, a live butchering showdown before a captivated audience), so he also...
  • International Bacon Day, Delivered

    Something we learned today, International Bacon Day is coming up on September 2nd. Something we are happy to hear is that no one is keen on changing the date for it either. Bring it on! Deliveroo is putting their snout out for IBD (yes we shortened it) and have...
  • Safe at the Surf thanks to Advanced Drones

    As if the perfect storm of technology could protect us on a summer day, a collaboration has led to a breakthrough in shark monitoring. The Little Ripper is backed by Intel, Telstra, Westpac, the UTS and others to develop a drone capable of being flown where people are surfing/swimming...
  • Premium Hisense Televisions Arrive In Stores

    We recently spent an evening with a Hisense TV. We checked into a hotel, entered the room and there waiting for us was a new 65 inch Series 8 Hisense television. We then attended the launch of this TV and the larger, fancier 75inch Series 9 television. Visually, the...
  • A Racing Series to Pay Attention to; Toyota 86

    As guests of Toyota, EFTM had the privilege to attend the Eastern Creek round of The Supercars Championship. As part of the weekend we also had the chance to experience the Toyota 86 Racing Series up close and personal. We had a lot to learn. Firstly, how does this...
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