F1 2018 on the Next Level Racing GT Ultimate V2 sim with Logitech G920 Around a week ahead of the official release of F1 2018 (August 24th), I got access to review the official Formula 1 title on PC. Many, many hours will be spent behind the wheel over the coming...
  • Why would Telstra turn on 5G before you can buy 5G devices?

    Today, Telstra turned on 5G for select parts of the Gold Coast. Given there’s not a single device you can buy, why would they bother?  Telstra are taking the first step in the chicken / egg race between infrastructure and devices. A 5G device without a 5G network is...
  • Foxtel’s going 4K and the Satellite-delivery highlights NBN failure

    Foxtel have finally announced they are adding 4K to their service. While there’s plenty of on-demand content like Netflix, Amazon and YouTube over the internet, this will be Australia’s first broadcast of live content, and only 24/7 channel delivered in 4K. Foxtel will start the new channel, focusing on...
  • Australian Government wants to force tech companies to provide user data

    The Australian Government has released the ‘Assistance and Access Bill 2018’ for feedback. This draft legislation seeks to update the abilities of Government security agencies to access modern telecommunication protocols.  This will include force companies doing business with Australians to work with security agencies to provide access to data like...
  • Meet the Model 3, Aug 21st in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane

    It seems Tesla’s keen to give those who pre-ordered a teasing look at their upcoming vehicle. Reservation holders for the Model 3, due out mid-2019 in Australia are receiving email invites to an event on August 21st, 2018 between 9AM and 5PM to check out the Model 3 in...
  • Woolworths are using electric trucks

    The future of transport is electric and while many thought heavy vehicles  would never make the transition, this Aussie-built EV truck is proof that’s wrong. Woolworths is one company that is trialing the EV technology. Transiting groceries around the country currently relies on lots of diesel powered trucks running...
  • Anki’s home robot launching in October

    Anki have announced that they are bringing their little robot, Vector. The robot is designed with personality and to be fully autonomous, cloud-connected and always-on. Vector is a robot who’s alive with personality, highly-intelligent, and aware of his surroundings through touch, sight and sound. Unassertive and thoughtfully built, he is...
  • Huawei is bringing their quad-cam nova 3i to Australia

    Huawei may be shipping the 2nd most smartphones on the planet, but they’re not stopping there. In Australia, they’ve just announced the Huawei nova 3i smartphone is coming later this month. The latest phone is represents a further acceleration of the Huawei’s efforts to deliver higher end features to...
  • CSIRO, you got sucked in by Toyota’s hydrogen nonsense to the tune of $1.7 million

    In 2015, I was at CES when Toyota announced their big vision for the future of transportation, Hydrogen fuel cells. They believe hydrogen (or water)  is the best fuel source to power vehicles into the future. With no infrastructure in place then and no infrastructure in place now, sorry...
  • Kogan adds white goods and appliances to their growing list of products

    Kogan are adding white goods and built-in home appliances to the long list of product categories they sell through their online site, direct to customers. Setting their sights firmly on the delivering better value for large household appliances including fridges, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, ovens, cooktops and rangehoods. There are...

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