Speed

  • Telstra 5G is now available in loads of regional areas including Albury Wodonga

    When 5G first rolled out in Australia, it was in extremely limited locations. We’re talking a couple of blocks in a couple of the major cities, but fast forward a few months and the folks at Telstra have been busy. While they haven’t been terribly public about it, a...
  • Initial Impressions: 2019 Tesla Model 3 LR AWD Performance (Stealth)

    Today my new 2019 Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD Performance arrived. After having spent around 8 hours with the car, I wanted to reflect on highly anticipated and most popular EV in the country. My first impressions may be a little different than most, given that I was...
  • How much data do you use on FTTP NBN ? I used 420GB in 12 days.

     When I first connected my new home to the NBN of FTTP, I selected MyRepublic. Long story short, speeds dropped to less than 10Mbps despite paying for 100Mbps. After tiring of being told the issue was on my end, I changed providers to Aussie Broadband. The signup process at...
  • Samsung’s new storage works in exactly 0 devices

    Samsung have created some new, awesomely fast storage cards, problem is, there are no devices on sale today that can handle them. Unveiled are the industry’s first memory cards based on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 1.0 standard. As the world continues its insatiable thirst for storage, things need to...
  • Help fund the future of transport, rLoop Hyperloop pod hits Indiegogo

    rLoop was born on Reddit, a group dedicated to bringing Elon Musk’s idea for a 5th mode of transport, the Hyperloop, into reality. The team has gathered an impressive 300 engineers from more than 15 countries around the world. With such a geographically diversed workforce, rLoop is leveraging modern way of working...
  • Watch Aussies react to Ludicrous mode in the Tesla Model S P90D

    It’s one thing to read about a car’s performance numbers, but another thing entirely to experience it yourself. The Tesla Model S P90D features two modes of acceleration, ‘Sport’ and ‘Ludicrous’. To be perfectly honest, both are stupid fast, but if you want to ask the car for the...
  • Review: Telstra 4GX, a thirst for data that won’t quit

    As our thirst for mobile increases, our mobile networks need to continue to increase in capacity and bandwidth to support that growth. To address this, Telstra are expanding their 4G service with the next generation 4GX that promises some substantial speed improvements. Over the last few weeks, we’ve been...
  • Bugatti take back the convertible world record at 408.84km/h

    Supercar manufacturer Bugatti really doesn’t like being beaten. With an amazing speed of 408.84km/h they have just reclaimed the title of the world’s fastest production convertible with the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. Chinese racing driver Anthony Liu broke the record at Volkswagen Group’s proving grounds in Ehra-Lessien in...