Harry Tucker

  • Are Samsung exclusive apps hurting Android as a whole?

    There’s no doubt that Samsung is the biggest player in the Android world, with its Galaxy S series of phones constantly breaking sales records each year since the SII, but has their dominance started to hurt the rest of the Android ecosystem, especially with their selection of key Android...
  • Leaked Nexus 5 specs reveal it to be almost identical to the LG G2

    An internal repair manual for Google’s upcoming Nexus 5 has leaked out into the hands of Android Police and has revealed pretty much all there is to know about Google’s upcoming flagship. Sporting specs that are almost identical to the LG G2, the Nexus 5 will have a 4.95-inch...
  • Google is sneaking Chrome OS straight into Windows 8

    Google is about to release its ultimate trojan horse into Windows with its upcoming version of Chrome, which will essentially be Chrome OS within Windows 8. While Chrome within the “Modern” Windows 8 has traditionally just been a full-screened version of the desktop browser, the latest release on Google’s...
  • Review: 2013 Toyota 86

    There are very few cars that when they are announced the words “instant classic” are the first thing to come to mind. The Toyota 86 with its sleek looks and rear-wheel drive platform with a Limited Slip Differential, priced at only $29,990 (AUD) was one of these cars. Now...
  • Microsoft has handed data over to the Aussie government

    After spending most of this year under the pump in America over supplying mass amounts of its users data to the American government, a new report has revealed that over 1000 Australian users have also had their data handed over to the Australian government by Microsoft. Between January and...
  • Review: GlobalGig International Sim

    For world travellers, trying to keep in touch with your loved ones and the world can be freaking mega, super duper, massively (insert more synonyms for ENORMOUS here) expensive, costing upwards of $1000 for 2GB of data if you take your Telstra sim-card over. Enter GlobalGig who promise to...
  • Technology in Europe: An Aussies perspective

    Having never properly set foot out of Australia until now, I have never realised the differences in day-to-day technology across the world – it’s really quite crazy. So for those who are as inexperienced with world travel as I was (and still am, really), here’s a bit of information...
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    Review: D-Link 2890AL Wireless Modem Router

    I never thought I would ever say this about a modem or router ever.. but the D-Link 2890AL is actually  sexy piece of kit. On top of that, it packs super quick dual-band wireless AC speeds and USB 3.0 inputs for media sharing – impressive spec sheet, but does...
  • Review: Nokia Lumia 925

    Nokia was once the king of the mobile world, with 40% of the market back in 2008 before the iPhone came to shake things up. The Finnish company now has less than 15% of the worlds market just five years after it was at its peak. Nokia saw that...