Nick Broughall

Nick Broughall is the Australian Editor of TechRadar.com, where he gets to indulge his passion for geekery and the lastest technology. He is also the Editor of EFTM.com.au, where he gets to indulge his passion for manliness, from sampling fine liquor to the joys of growing a beard. It's a pretty good life, really.
  • Kindle Fire: The $US199 Android you’ll want to own

    Ever since the iPad came out, rumours have been speculating about an Amazon-powered Android tablet, leveraging Amazon’s entertainment content network and cloud powered solutions. Well, overnight, Amazon kindled a fire that has finally delivered some competition to Apple’s iPad....
  • Apple announcing new iPhone next week

    Any man out there holding out for the next iPhone, Apple has confirmed that they will be announcing the next version of the iconic handset on October 4th in the US, or 4am (AEDT) on October 5th for Australians....
  • All hail the 360 degree iron

    Forget everything you’ve learnt from watching Mad Men’s Don Draper – unfortunately, today’s man is expected to iron his own clothes. Fortunately, technology has made the chore slightly easier, thanks to the 360 degree iron from Panasonic....
  • What’s in your toolbox?

    Sometimes, DIY around the home isn’t a planned event. Sometimes, it’s a case of dealing with a situation before it gets out of hand. And it’s at those times that you really need to ensure you have the best set of tools in your toolbox....
  • Microsoft cuts price of Xbox 360

    Microsoft last week announced that it was slashing the price of its Xbox 360 consoles in Australia, with the entry level model now costing just $250 for a 4GB console with wireless controller and a one month subscription to Xbox Live....
  • White makes the PS3 even more wife-friendly

    If you need a reason to convince your better half that the home entertainment setup needs a(nother) Playstation 3, why not try the style angle? Sony’s set to launch a new white version of its iconic console in November....
  • Watching the Rugby World Cup the easy way – via your Xbox 360

    The 2011 Rugby World Cup has officially kicked off across the Tasman. Yet actually watching the world’s premiere Rugby tournament is made difficult here in Australia thanks to the Foxtel/Channel 9 broadcast license combo. Fortunately, there’s a relatively easy and affordable workaround, by getting Foxtel through your Xbox 360....
  • Acer’s Aspire S3 is proof that cloning isn’t evil

    Scientists have been debating the ethics of cloning for decades, but in the technology space, creating a copy of a popular product is almost par for the course. Acer’s Aspire S3 Ultrabook is living proof that taking design “inspiration” from Apple is a good thing....
  • Limited Modern Warfare 3 Xbox 360 console will be hard to spot in open conflict

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 was one of the biggest selling games of all time, so it’s no surprise to see the game’s successor get its own Xbox bundle when it hits the world in November....
  • The Guppie is the multitool carabiner every DIYer should own

    Any self-respecting man with a do-it-yourselfer attitude should own a multitool. Compact, convenient and offering multiple tools in one compact device is the epitome of convenience. The Guppie takes the multitool to a whole new level though, thanks to its innovative carabiner design....
  • Husqvarna Automower 305 slices its way through your lawns for you

    There’s nothing more manly than stripping down to your Bonds singlet and King Gee shorts on a summer’s day and mowing the lawns, right? Right? Bueller? If you want to take the sweat and tight clothing from the chore of lawn mowing, you need to look no further than...
  • Parrot AR Drone now offers Android control

    The most amazing aspect of the iPhone isn’t the constant connection to the internet, or the plethora of amazing apps you can download and enjoy in mere moments – it’s the fact that it can be used to control 21st century remote control the Parrot AR drone to engage...
  • Sony’s Tablet S will help Android tablets reach their potential

    Android has been available on tablets for almost a full year now, but despite plenty of marketing, a specific version of the OS for tablets and dozens of different versions hitting the market, nobody has been able to even come close to threatening Apple’s iPad dominance. Sony’s Tablet S...
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