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  • Vodafone shakes up the Aussie market: No more contract phone bundles

    There’s no way to sugar coat this – Vodafone have thrown a cat amongst the pigeons and turned the mobile market on its head with a completely new approach to plans, contracts and devices. Still faced with an uphill battle to gain market share on the dominant Telstra and...
  • Rydo – the Taxi booking app that actually works

    This is the story of the little app that could – it could just win people back to the traditional Aussie Cab – because it just bloody works.  Rydo is an Aussie taxi app that does some innovative things to make the experience a good one for passenger and...
  • Meet “M”, Your Personal Assistant

    Facebook Messenger has been on a long journey of evolution since it’s launch. The addition of calls, video calls and even group chat was all something we got used to lately. Facebook is finally bringing the virtual assistant called “M” to Messenger users in Australia from today. Since Messenger...
  • Tested: HP Spectre x2

    The tablet market would safely be dominated by the iPad still, the laptop market is still mostly dominated by Windows based computers. Many people own both, a tablet is very different to a laptop in form but also in function. Generally, an iPad is a consumption device and a...
  • The All in One Outdoor Buddy

    With summer just around the corner we’ll all start venturing outside soon to make the most of that warm weather. With friends around you’ll be looking to do a few things such as play music from your phone, keep it charged and have a drink. OZEPOD is a new...
  • Best iPhone deal in Australia: iPhone 6 for under $500!

    Strap yourself into the Delorian, put your foot on the accelerator and head to 88mph – we’re going back to 2015 and announcing the availability of the iPhone 6 in Australia! With the next generation iPhone due to be announced within the month and launching shortly after, it’s hard...
  • We’re switching to NBN faster than expected: 2.4 million homes connected

    Every single home in Australia has to switch to the NBN if they want a fixed phone line or fixed broadband service, and while we have 18 months to do that after the NBN is at our homes, it turns out Aussies are getting on board earlier than expected....
  • Huaqiangbei: Shenzhen Technology Markets: Gadget heaven!

    Have you ever ordered a tiny electronic part on eBay?  Wondered where you could go to get all the bits and bobs needed to build some sort of fun electrical gadget?  Oh Boy, have I found the place.  Huaqiangbei – The Shenzhen Technology Markets. First and foremost, this is...
  • Sony OLED pricing announced – taking LG technology before LG themselves

    When Sony announced their first OLED TV at CES earlier this year, the first thing that came to mind was – are they making their own OLED panels? If not, how will Sony differentiate themselves from LG who are the market leader in OLED? It’s hard to question the...
  • Podcast: Your Tech Life #374

    Bumper episode this week, talking Ransomware with Trend Micro, talking to Amaysim about their NBN offering and just how the market is treating NBN today, my review of Google Wifi and your calls on Dual SIM phones, Garage Door Openers, NBN, and Gmail – all happening this week thanks...
  • Aussie Cars Set to Star on Forza 7

    The next instalment of the Forza series is set to arrive before the end of the year and we honestly cannot wait. The game has promised a huge list of cars and tracks at launch and each week we’ve been receiving updates on what some of those cars are....
  • You’ve Got The Power

    Tragically I get excessively excited over portable power banks. Why? Because on a good day my iPhone 6s is dead by midday. Sure, I’m a heavy user but seriously when is the day coming that a device like that can go the distance. Anyway, rant over and back to...
  • Google Wifi review: THIS is Google’s standout product – improve your home internet for under $500

    For some reason the internet is in a fizz over Google Home – sure it’s a revolutionary product, but it’s a bit before it’s time.  The thing people need today is better WiFi and Google is offering that in spades with their “Google WiFi” product. Walk into a store...
  • AKG N60 Noise Cancelling headphone review: Comfortable with a great sound

    When I travelled to Las Vegas a few weeks ago I left my Sony and Bose noise cancelling over-ear headphones behind and put my faith in a whole new pair – the AKG N60 NC’s – and I wasn’t disappointed. AKG is a brand I’ve known for a very long...
  • Nest Protect review : Smart smoke alarm for peace of mind

    When Nest launched in Australia their approach was unorthodox and somewhat controversial, but in the end what matters is the product and we’ve installed the Nest Protect smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarm to give it a whirl. At $189 it’s bloody expensive.  Walk into Bunnings and $30 will get...
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