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  • Podcast: Two Blokes Talking Tech #326

    Stephen has seen it three times already so for a spoiler-free assessment of the latest Star Wars plus a look at all the Star Wars Toys the boys have got you covered. Disney now owns 21st Century Fox movies and more so what’s it mean for the future of...
  • A Virtual Reality Droid Repair Bay: Now at Samsung Stores

    Ever wondered what it’s like to be on-board a Resistance ship speeding through the galaxy far far away?  Well Samsung’s hoping you’re keen to know and keen to take a job on board with their latest VR experience. Available in Samsung Stores across Australia, the Droid Repair Bay puts...
  • Testing out Zoom2U for same-day deliveries all across Australia

    We’re not a big business by any stretch, I work from home, don’t run an office arrangement and rarely do we send parcels out.  So when we needed to get some deliveries done we had no account with a courier company or no easy way to do it –...
  • NBN drops prices – for retailers, consumers unlikely to pay less

    There’s a problem with the NBN – well, that’s the understatement of the century isn’t it – there’s a few problems with the NBN, and one of the biggest ones is speed. Today the NBN takes steps to fixing that with a set of pricing discounts aimed at enticing...
  • BlueAnt Pump Air True Wireless earbuds review: Wire-free goodness

    There’s been no turning back ever since Apple removed the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 with both audio companies and consumers alike adopting wireless audio. Australian headphone developer BlueAnt is no different with the release of their Pump Air True Wireless earbuds. These things are tiny, weighing in...
  • eBay bracing for the biggest night of online shopping ever: Tonight at 9pm

    You thought you were busy today, oh and you think your weekend of shopping was a nightmare because of Parking – well, spare a thought for the boffins in charge of keeping eBay.com.au working tonight at 9pm. That’s going to be the busiest 15 minutes for eBay this year....
  • 81% of Australians have a smartphone, and our data use has grown in staggering numbers

    The annual report on the use of communications tools by Australians has been released by the Australian Communication and Media Authority (ACMA) and it shows our hunger for content is not slowing down. If you combine all our internet connections, mobile phone, wireless broadband and fixed line broadband you’ll...
  • What the hell is Bitcoin?

    What is Bitcoin? What the hell is Bitcoin? What the F%$k is a Bitcoin? These are pretty common questions right now in the mainstream public, you’ll see them asked in Facebook comments, at dinner parties or just standing at the urinal. So, it’s about time we broke it down...
  • Podcast: Two Blokes Talking Tech #325

    Now that Amazon has launched what does it mean, how is and might retail change in Australia?  Vodafone has had a big week with NBN launching and WIFi calling plus Apple Watch Series 3 support.  There’s news for Apple TV owners with Amazon Prime and Foxtel Now streaming available...
  • Apple’s best of 2017: The top songs, movies, apps and more

    It’s that time of year – when all the big tech companies look at their data sets for all the consumption across the year and today it’s Apple’s turn. Apple sees the popularity of a huge range of content each year through their iTunes and App Stores as we...
  • Foxtel Now adds support for Apple TV: Watch Foxtel on your big-screen

    Foxtel’s streaming customers using the Foxtel Now service have today been given an added feature, Apple AirPlay support meaning for many the Foxtel streams can appear on their big-screen lounge room TV. While Chomecast has been supported from the get-go (for Streaming subscribers, not Cable & Satellite subscribers using...
  • Confirmed: We watch a lot of rubbish on YouTube

    YouTube Australia have released a few “top lists” of content we Aussies are watching on YouTube and the results are, well, surprising. Perhaps an indication of the shell I’m living under, I’ve not heard of or seen almost any of these videos. In terms of Trending Videos, the Ed...
  • iPad keyboard case for under $100 – J.Burrows Keyboard Folio review

    iPad cases are much of a muchness right?  The real difference is when they come with a keyboard – to really take advantage of the post-PC era as Apple love to call it. But those cases can often cost big bucks.  And that’s not just limited to iPad.  Surface...
  • Ecovacs DEEBOT OZMO launches in Harvey Norman – Ultimate robot vacuum; and mop!

    The Ecovacs DEEBOT Robot Vacuum launched in Berlin earlier this year to much fanfare, a bunch of great features to suit almost all floor surfaces in your home – and as of today, it’s available at Harvey Norman stores here in Australia It can detect carpet, it can “Drive”...
  • Vodafone launching WiFi calling and Apple Watch Series 3 eSIM support on Monday

    Next week is a big week for Vodafone with two great new technologies launching for their Aussie customers – WiFi calling and Apple Watch Series 3. Late to the party, Vodafone’s system upgrade launching late Sunday night will enable these two features for users on supported devices. Listen: Ben...
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