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>
  • Fetch TV becomes the home of UFC including Mayweather vs. McGregor pay-per-view

    Fetch TV have announced their subscribers will be able to watch the much anticipated Floyd Mayweather v Connor McGregor fight on Fetch TV as a Pay per View option. At $59.95 the fight will cost the same as it would on Foxtel’s Main Event channel, but will be the...
  • VIDEO: Audi Virtual Cockpit – what it is and how it works

    Audi’s virtual cockpit is a stunning glimpse into the future of in-car technology which is available now on almost all Audi cars. Trevor Long takes a three minute walk-through in the Audi TT RS to show you what the Virtual Cockpit is, how it works as a replacement for...
  • Podcast: Two Blokes Talking Tech #311

    The rise of streaming media – Telsyte’s latest data shows Stan and Netflix are booming while Free to Air could be suffering, Stephen and Trevor Discuss.  Also, the latest in financial literacy apps for kids, Google WiFi and Trevor’s thoughts on where it sits in the market, Glasses to...
  • Magnetic charging cable for your smartphone: ASAP Connect review

    The little Sydney tech startup that is ASAP have been thinking, and overthinking charging.  First there was their battery pack, which itself can refill superfast, now they have cables to change the way you think about “plugging in” your phone. For those that remember the previous Apple MacBook range,...
  • Apple Maps adds public transport info for Brisbane and Perth

    iPhone users in Brisbane and Perth can now take advantage of detailed public transport information with Apple Maps now containing details of your train and bus timetables for trip planning. Joining Sydney and Melbourne the two next Capital Cities adding this data means trip planning from your Mac or iPad...
  • Here’s how the NBN gets a bad name: Installer takes a leak in the garden

    One of the ways the NBN cops a hammering in the media is through things that are so far out of their control it’s just not funny.. Stand by for another such example. In 2017 you should be expecting cameras here there and everywhere, but it seems this installer...
  • Google Home Review: A glimpse into the future, but don’t get over excited

    Sometimes the hype can be blinding.  Sometimes the hype matches the product.  With Google Home there’s no shortage of Hype.  The device was launched late last year but as is often the case with technology it had a limited worldwide release and Australia was not part of the hype. However,...
  • Podcast: Two Blokes Talking Tech #310

    Stephen and Trevor take a relaxed, fun and opinionated look at the week’s tech news.  Leaks and inside info, how Apple’s plans for the next iPhone may have been exposed by HomePod – a product that’s not even out yet, and how HBO might have been hacked and lost...
  • Podcast: Your Tech Life #373

    Got a tech question? Trev is here to help, drop him a line and he’ll answer your question on any topic.  This week talking NBN, Mobile Phones and Smart home technology – plus the latest tech news including Xbox privacy setting warning for parents, iPhone rumours, the new Tesla...
  • Warning for Parents: Random Xbox chat messages could be targeting your kids

    Sorry folks, your kids are never completely safe online, you have to stay vigilant and keep an eye on what’s happening on every device – including the Xbox. While the kids are playing their favourite Xbox game, did you know they can trading text messages too?  Right there on...
  • Telstra expands 4G to 99 percent of Australia

    Telstra have today announced they have completed upgrades and enhancements to their mobile network, bringing 4G to 99 percent of Australia, while also preparing for an influx of support required for Internet of Things devices. Telstra COO Robyn Denholm describes these upgrades as enablers for consumers “With the boom...
  • Aussie Broadband calls BULLSHIT on ISP claims regarding NBN pricing

    A little over a month ago I spoke to Aussie Broadband’s Managing Director Phillip Britt – his approach to customer service and customer satisfaction when it comes to NBN speeds was refreshing, and today he’s being blunt and honest with the other telcos in the market. Yesterday, NBN CEO...
  • Vodafone offering 4G backup for nbn customers

    Vodafone have today announced the first piece of their NBN puzzle with plans to give all Vodafone NBN customers a modem with 4G connectivity built-in. While their launch won’t come till later in the year, and they haven’t even announced their pricing plans or begun their user trials, Vodafone...
  • Next Apple iPhone features leaked in Apple’s own software

    For some reason Apple made a version of the firmware (operating software) for the upcoming HomePod speaker and personal assistant available to developers. Perhaps in the hope they would start to think of new and exciting ways to use Siri to interface with apps and services. However, two tiny...
  • New Rolls Royce Phantom: The most silent car on the road

    She has a great personality.  To some, she is also sheer beauty from top to bottom.  The all-new Rolls Royce Phantom hasn’t radically changed from the outside, but under that body is a whole new approach which sets the path for Rolls Royce into the Future. And all-new aluminium...
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