So I went and watched Superman V Batman: Dawn Of Justice yesterday. I walked out of the cinema not quite sure whether I’d liked it or not.
Apple put special time aside this week at the launch of the iPhone SE to talk up its green credentials — and then proceeded to rubbish the greenest thing you can do with IT.
The Easter long weekend rolls around, and with it, the prospect of double demerits for drivers caught using mobile phones while driving. There’s a very easy way to avoid being fined.
There’s a new iPhone in town, but it’s smaller — who asked for that? Likewise, the iPad Pro got smaller, and Telstra’s network somehow seemed to shrink away as well? Joining us this week is special guest PC Mag Australia editor Matthew Powell!
Telstra’s been hit recently with wave after wave of outages, which sucks if you’re a Telstra customer. Taking a slightly longer term view, however, this could be beneficial for everybody.
What’s changing with the NBN rollout and where does the faster Fibre to the Distribution Point (FttDP) technology fit into the big picture? Special guest Supratim Adhikari from The Australian joins Vertical Hold for this special episode!
Do Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge live up to the hype? What about LG’s HDR OLED TV? Are we being taken for a ride with the switch to “28 Day” prepaid plans?
Samsung hasn’t reinvented itself with the Samsung Galaxy S7 or Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, but it has produced a pair of very fine handsets, even if Australia doesn’t get the fastest possible models.
What the hell are Twitter Moments and when would you want one? Why did Google’s driverless car pull out in front of a bus? Who will drop $3000 on Microsoft’s HoloLens Augmented Reality headset? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!