Trevor Long

Trev produces two of the most popular technology podcasts in Australia, Your Tech Life and Two Blokes Talking Tech. He hosts a nightly radio show on Talking Lifestyle, 8pm Monday to Friday in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, appears on over 50 radio stations across Australia weekly, and is the Tech Expert on Channel 9’s Today Show and A Current Affair. Father of three, he is often found down in his Man Cave. <a href="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=4H79EN5RA2L6S">Like this post? Buy Trev a drink!</a>
  • EFTM

    Podcast: EFTM #006

    Chris and Trevor have driven from Brisbane to the Barossa, 4 days without Geoff and it’s been great.  This week we discuss the Kia Stinger, Home Security cameras, the number of holes in a straw, a full review of the Tesla Road Trip, Stupid share bikes and Geoff being...
  • Checking out Tesla’s Australian East Coast Supercharger network

    Having just completed a 2,500km journey from Brisbane to Adelaide in a Tesla Model X, we’re here to tell you that the network of Superchargers to make that possible for any Tesla owner is well and truely ready for you. It’s no mean feat to setup a location and...
  • Swann wire-free Smart Security Camera review: Head to head with Arlo the market leader

    When Swann announced their Smart Security Camera as a 100% wire-free product it felt like an important product for one of the biggest names in security who have been swamped by the new upstart to the home security market – Netgear, with their Arlo cameras. So, we’ve put them...
  • Pretty fly for an Aussie guy: AudioFly AF100W Review

    The first AudioFly headphones I tried were their entry level $60 set of Bluetooth headphones – an in ear model that sits well in the retail world in a pretty competitive space.  Little did I realise they had something special available at a higher price tag. At $189 the...
  • Podcast: Two Blokes Talking Tech #323

    Telstra is offering Unlimited Data home broadband – that’s not a typo, yes they’re catching up and offering what others are offering in a bid to keep up and retain NBN customers, plus they have already started offering customers refunds on the NBN speed deal they did with the...
  • The future of Trucking – Tesla’s Semi: Huge potential cost savings

    Elon Musk’s suggestion to the Lindsay Fox’s of the world is that there could be cost savings of $200,000 over a million miles of driving – on fuel costs alone – that’s the outcome for buyers of the newly announced Tesla Semi. This thing is typical Tesla – as...
  • Tesla’s Roadster is back! 0-60 mph in under 2 seconds!

    In scenes reminiscent of Apple’s famous “one more thing” at special events over the years, Tesla’s eccentric boss Elon Musk today got the world’s media together to unveil a prime mover – a truck! Called a Semi in the USA, the prime mover is as always fully electric, but...
  • Stream the Cricket this summer from 30,000 feet using Qantas WiFi

    If you’re a cricket tragic and your work trip or family holiday clashes with the Ashes then worry no more, you’ll never miss a moment if you’re flying Qantas and happen to jag one of their 15 737’s equipped with in-flight WiFi Internet after a partnership with Cricket Australia...
  • Telstra’s NBN refund process begins – Customers offered three options

    Just days after agreeing to a process of refunds with the ACCC, Telstra has begun contacting customers affected by the NBN speed dilemma to offer them a refund or resolution. EFTM reader Malcolm contacted us after receiving this email from Telstra It’s straight to the point, and refreshingly there’s...
  • Fitness First launches world’s first Apple Gymkit-enabled equipment in Sydney

    Announced earlier this year, Apple’s Gymkit is an extension of the Apple Watch allowing users to get access to data from Gym training equipment to be included in their overall health statistics, and today, it launches Worldwide with some of the first equipment going into Fitness First in Australia....
  • EFTM

    Podcast: EFTM #005

    Is anyone missing Geoff yet?  This week we look into the newest addition to Bowen’s smart home – the Garage Door…  Trevor explains the pros and cons of Foxtel Now and the new Foxtel Now Box and why Foxtel is dudding their best customers.  What’s the rule regarding street...
  • Network based parental controls: Disney Circle coming to Netgear routers

    For parents, the challenges of managing “screen time” and web access for your children is one of the toughest there can be. There are apps that can help by device, but nothing can be more comprehensive than protection across your entire home network.   In the US Disney have...
  • ANZ has mobile payments wrapped up with eftpos now on Android Pay

    Following on from the announcement last month that eftpos cards would now work with ApplePay (at participating banks), today ANZ eftpos cards have also been enabled for Android Pay. For ANZ customers this is an important announcement, because it means for any ANZ personal account holder there is no card...
  • 8% of Australians are watching Netflix in a public toilet: New data reveals where we’re watching

    Get this – 8% of Australians are watching Netflix in a public toilet.  Yep, and that’s above the global average.  That’s just one statistic from Netflix survey data which shows we’re watching Netflix out of home in big numbers. 59% of Aussies watch Netflix in Public, or anywhere out...
  • Telstra goes Unlimited: Bigpond data plans about to get much more generous

    With the NBN passing half of all Australian homes and competition about to hit its peak for your home internet business, Australia’s biggest telco is about to introduce Unlimited data plans. In what is almost unprecedented for Telstra but yet another sign of their need to be ultra-competitive in...
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