I’m rather sad right now, and for the toughest of reasons.
What’s new in iOS12? How is Apple tackling smartphone addiction? How will iPhone apps run on a Mac? What’s happening with the Apple TV 4K?
Plus Apple’s HomePod plans finally bringing stereo and multi-room audio in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Or “It’s astonishing what you can randomly find in a secondhand CD store that you didn’t even think would be open at this time of night”…
Twitch is streaming all of classic Doctor Who, but sorting out Australian streaming times could be tricky. I got bored, so I sorted out times and dates. Warning: Contains traces of terrible time puns.
War has never been so much fun… or so grimly presented, even in pixellated form, as it is in Cannon Fodder, Sensible Soccer’s wonderfully evocative anti-war war game.
And what’s Google doing with its confusing YouTube Music, YouTube Premium and Google Play Music plans? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
It’s privacy week, and we’re delving deep into Google’s tracking of Aussie citizens, Facebook’s attempts to rehabilitate its image when it comes to privacy and the Telstra/ZTE scandal in this week’s episode!
Time, I thought, to really sink my teeth into my retro gaming collection. Where better to start than Konami’s classic Dracula-fest, Castlevania? I’m not a big believer in the whole “pile of shame” concept — that idea that if you’ve got a lot of unplayed games, it’s somehow shameful or […]
Google I/O 2018 – Google Assistant impersonating humans, Google News overhaul including podcasts: Vertical Hold – Episode 177Published on :
There’s a new, smarter version of Android, a Google Assistant that passes the Turing Test on its way to get a haircut and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!