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All your TV / Streaming Services on one device?

All your TV / Streaming Services on one device?

When it comes to finding something to watch we’re spoilt by choice thanks to services like Netflix, Stan, Foxtel and Free to Air TV …but how do you get them all without cluttering your living room with multiple set top boxes? If you have a Sony, LG or Samsung smart TV made in past few years it’s really not a[Read More…]

Netgear’s new Smart Camera for the Baby

Netgear’s new Smart Camera for the Baby

From Fridges and Washing machines to TVs and Vacuum cleaners there’s a smart device for just about every room in your home these days…and now that includes the nursery. Last week I caught up with Brad Little from Netgear Australia about their new Arlo Baby HD Smart Camera.  Listen below. You’ll find more info on the Arlo Baby at https://www.arlo.com/au/products/arlo-baby/Default.aspx

Huawei P10 Smartphone Top Pick For Regional Coverage

Huawei P10 Smartphone Top Pick For Regional Coverage

If you live in a location where getting a good mobile signal can be tricky then your choice of smartphone can also impact the quality of service. If you’re with Telstra you’ll want to look out for devices that have blue tick certification.  Optus has also identified the best devices for regional coverage and the latest to gain this badge[Read More…]

Classic Board Games get a Tech Upgrade

Classic Board Games get a Tech Upgrade

Traditional board games like Monopoly and Trivial pursuit have recently been given a high-tech upgrade. A new rage of interactive card games from Crown & Andrews based on these classics and more could inspire fresh interest from all ages…because they can be used in conjunction with an App on your smartphone or tablet device. For example the Monopoly Deal card[Read More…]

Who Really Plays Video Games & Why – Interview

Who Really Plays Video Games & Why – Interview

A study from Bond Universit and the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association has revealed that 97 percent of Australian households with children have video game devices, but who is playing and why? The Digital Australia 2018 report digs into this question and more.  I recently spoke with the lead author of the report and Bond University Professor Dr Jeff Brand.  Listen below.