Month: February 2011

30 Seconds Of Tech: Sandisk

The 30 seconds of tech concept evolves a little. A deliberate challenge: Can I make a thirty second video about a tech product that, underneath the surface has some nice numbers, but is externally very bland? Still experimenting with the format and getting a few details, such as the requested superimposed subtitles in there. Thoughts, […]

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A bit of everything: LTE Wireless, Nokia's Doomed, Digital Goods, Dull Apples and Borderlands.

A very busy week last week — so busy, that unless you were following my twitter stream intently, you missed out on my plugging my latest work. Something I’ll make up for here. At CNET.com.au, I’ve reviewed a media streamer: AC Ryan Playon!HD Essential: “AC Ryan, as a brand name, sounds rather like the name […]

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30 Seconds Of Tech: Samsung Galaxy Launch

An experimental idea I’ve been kicking around in my head for a while now. I attend a lot of product launches, and get some good hands-on time with products. It’s typically not enough to form a proper review, but it is good for showing off products. And that’s what thirty seconds of tech is meant […]

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To B, or not to B?

Let’s see how far I can take this alliteration thing, shall we? A bewildering and beautiful bevy (a barrage, one could say) of brilliantly scribed features await your consideration today. Broadband to begin, at PC & Tech Authority: Internode cuts plans down to keep things “Easy” “Sixty different Internode plans bite the dust while add-on […]

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