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.
  • Mount Panorama Confirmed for Gran Turismo Sport

    The amazing racing circuit in Bathurst on Mount Panorama has today been confirmed at launch for Gran Turismo Sport. Launching on PlayStation 4 exclusively in the Spring, the game with so much history will feature circuits with even more of a past. Home of the Bathurst 1000 and Bathurst...
  • Quality and Practicality in Bose Revolve+

    Bluetooth speakers are flooding the market, they can cost anything from $30 to $1000. Some require mains power and some will run on a built-in battery. One of the favourites at EFTM, the Logitech UE Boom does a good job at portability and sound quality. It now has a...
  • Xbox One X is Your Ultimate 4K Console

    Today at E3 in Los Angeles Microsoft took the stage to announce the worlds most powerful gaming console, the Xbox One X. It is not only 40% more powerful than the Xbox One S but also even smaller in size. Launching in Australia on the 7th of November the...
  • The Robots of CES Asia

    At CES Asia we’re exposed to innovation, gadgets and concepts. As expected though, we found robots. Lots and lots of robots. Many are just driving around in a small space, some are rogue and driving all over the show and some are singing and dancing. Some robots want to...
  • Jump Into Smart Skipping Ropes

    We wear a gadget to monitor our run, our ride and even our golf swing. So why not measure our skipping? Surely there are readers out there who are avid jump rope lovers and spend so much time skipping that a gadget like this was required. Meet Skiper. They...
  • Give that Beer more head

    At CES Asia in Shanghai we always come across some weird and whacky ideas. Today we stumbled across a company called Waxi who make two products, an electric toothbrush and the Ultrasonic Beer Foam Maker. This device clamps onto a can of beer (sorry to the bottle lovers) and...
  • When it’s raining, deploy the electric umbrella!

    Today at CES Asia we found another way technology has gotten between the simple things in life. Using an ordinary umbrella is not a difficult task and requires us to push one button to deploy it. Packing is away usually involves us pulling the middle piece in and we’re done....
  • The Bulb with a Bug Zapper

    We’ve all been there, sleeping soundly and then a ringing noise enters the ear… bbzzzzzzzzzzzzz ahhh bzzzzzzzzzz. Sleep ruined, you’ve been bitten, you’ve bit hit with a mosquito bite and you’re stuck with it for a few days. The mosquito is so small you’ll struggle to find and kill...
  • Monitoring fever wirelessly

    As a child I remember the days when you were so sick that you’d be woken in the middle of the night to get your temperature checked, told it was really bad, and then went back to sleep. The disruption, the temperature gauge under the tongue, or armpit etc...
  • The Autonomous Baby Stroller

    At CES in Las Vegas we discovered the autonomous luggage. This same company has chosen CES Asia to launch their new form of autonomous baggage carrier, but this time the baggage is they baby. Yes, the autonomous stroller has arrived. In discussions with Cowa about this pram today the...
  • Apple introduces the HomePod, their smart speaker

    Announced at the World Wide Developers Conference in San Jose today, Apple announced an entirely new product to the line-up. Designed to live in the home, an intelligent speaker which not only plays music but has a built-in, hands-free Siri voice assistant. Named the HomePod, this product is coming...
  • Coffee States of Origin

    Australians love their coffees, it’s part of the morning ritual, it’s what switches them on again at 3pm and a walk to the cafe is the new “water-cooler chat”. We’ve moved into a space where we can order our coffee on that walk to the nearby cafe and have...
  • Winter means staying in with a bottle of Red

    While summer is a lovely time of year to get outside and enjoy the best beaches in the world, Australia brings a mighty winter and with that, we can enjoy some of our stunning wines. With the fireplace on and a whole lot of Netflix waiting to be watched,...
  • Built Ford Tough, The Ranger Review

    My dad grew up in a different country and worked on a farm from a young age. Manual labour was the tool of trade and the donkey was the animal to keep things moving. As years went on, trucks would take the largest loads and slowly the humble ute...
  • Remembering your first shave

    Even before the invention of the razor, our male faces grew hair whether there was a way to clean it up or not. As neanderthals 100,000 years ago there is evidence of using sea shells to clean up our wooly beards, and later, around 30,000 B.C. there is evidence...
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