Review

  • Review: Motorola Moto 360

    Wearables couldn’t be hotter right now, with the established product category a couple of years old, devices are getting increasingly interesting. There’s impending launch of that watch from Coopertino, this month, but before then, we’ve spent a couple of weeks with Motorola’s Moto 360. The device is made by...
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    Review: Fast and Furious in Forza Horizon 2

    The latest edition of the Fast & Furious movie arrives on the big screen this week and gamers can experience the cars of the movie in their lounge room. A standalone expansion of racing game Forza Horizon 2, sees Fast & Furious be brought to life in the very...
  • Review: Xbox One Digital TV Tuner

    The Xbox One has been billed as the device for those who wants to deliver all your entertainment and gaming needs. To fully realise that vision, they need a solution for TV and the unique inclusion of a HDMI port went a long way to achieving that. Technically the...
  • Review: Deezer Elite on SONOS delivers 1,411 kbps audio

    When you think of music services, your mind may not immediately turn to Deezer. Well it should. For the past couple of weeks I’ve been enjoying Deezer on the web, through the Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps, and now through the SONOS. While most services focus on tracks...
  • Review: Sea-Doo Spark: the more fun and less cost jetski

    This article originally appeared on http://www.istartedsomething.com and is published with permission from Long Zheng. I haven’t had so much fun and muscle-aches reviewing anything before. I don’t normally review jetskis but I couldn’t pass on the opportunity to check out the Sea-Doo Spark, a new affordable entry-level jetski half the...
  • Review: Kulcar vehicle cooling system

    Australia is in the heat of summer and we’re all too familiar with the experience of climbing into a hot car. Whether its baking in the sun at work, or during a marathon shopping session, a hot car is not fun for anyone.  It’s uncomfortable and it’s usually 15...
  • Review: Huawei Ascend Mate7 Gold

    Huawei one of a number of Chinese manufacturers that ascended in 2014 to not just compete, but stand up and be counted in Australia. With products like the Ascend Mate7 a lavish gold, 6” smartphone that is thin, powerful and has great battery life, it’s a compelling device. The...
  • Review: iPhone 6 Plus

    This device was provided for review by Telstra’s Corporate Social Media team. We attended the official Melbourne launch of the iPhone 6, and talked with Telstra staff, before receiving a 16 GB iPhone 6 Plus with a Telstra SIM. For me, Apple, iOS, and subsequently the iPhone 6 have...
  • Review: ASUS RP-N53 DUAL-BAND Wireless N600 Range Extender

    The Asus RP-N53 Dual-Band Wireless N600 Range extender designed to get your wireless signal to extreme corners of your house.  Asus started in 1989, so they have a very long and proud history of making high quality and reliable computer products, including Networking devices. The Asus RP-N53 Dual Band...
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