Jason Cartwright

Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis.
  • Welcome to the new techAU.tv!

    The idea that’s driving this new site will bring our tech news from our personal blogs to here, in a collective news blog at the front of techAU.tv, then recapping the best stories at the end of the week in our usual podcast. The fresh site is going to give...
  • Windows Home Server reaches RC1

    During Bill Gates keynote at this years CES in January, he announced a new product Windows Home Server. Although news has been quiet about this product, it’s nearing completion, now reaching the release candidate status. There are 2 options for install, either use your own hardware, or purchase a...
  • As if the LG Shine needed to be any sexier

    LG have announced they will now produce the LG Shine in Titanium Black. The LG Shine is a stunning phone already, but the new black finish takes it to the next level. Definitely a crowd pleaser when you pull this out of your pocket.   More @ http://crunchgear.com/2007/07/12/lg-shine/...
  • I dont want to be fit, i want to be WiiFit!!!

    Just when you though the tennis elbow you got from Wii sports was hurting enough, Nintendo and WiiFit have found another way to increase console injuries, but seriously I saw this coming, and I like it!                       This is...
  • Gears of War on PC

    – 5 new single player chapters– new multiplayer mode– new multiplayer arenas– new achievements– play against huge boss from trailers – Brumac Enough said! More @ http://crunchgear.com/2007/07/11/gears-of-war-pc-edition-coming-home-for-the-holidays/ Share : del.icio.us it! digg it! reddit! technorati! yahoo!...
  • PSP 2 one the way

    Images of the new PSP 2 are starting to emerge, interestingly it looks surprisingly similar to the original PSP. The PSP was probably one of the first devices to use such a large screen on a form factor hand held device, however it’s downfall was using a proprietary disc...
  • Welcome to the new techAU

    In our efforts to improve and develop the podcast, our discussions led us to create a techAU blog.  This will allow us to post tech news that we find through the week while scouring the net, so you don’t have to. The podcast will be a roundup of the best...