“Unlimited” mobile data deals are here, but are they worth your money? Meanwhile, there’s a new version of Windows 10 in town, as well as Optus’ reveal of its new World Cup streaming rights. All this and more in the latest episode!
Amazon’s latest smart speaker, the Echo Spot is here, but how does it compare to the rest of the smart speaker field? Telstra’s upping HFC Cable speeds, but why now? All this and more in the latest episode!
How do the latest OLED and LED TVs compare, did you win NBN’s FttC lottery? Vertical Hold – Episode 174Published on :
NBN Co has revealed the locations that will switch up to FTTC, but who won and lost under that arrangement? Meanwhile, big TVs are back in style, but are you better off splashing out on an OLED or LED TV this year?
NBN is switching hundreds of thousands of homes over to FTTC, but what will that mean for the future of the network? With “unlimited” mobile data plans coming in, is the whole thing moot? All this and more in the latest episode!
Optus flexes its 5G muscle, Google talks Smart Homes and Morrow exits NBN: Vertical Hold – Episode 172Published on :
This week we’ve got all the guests, talking NBN, Smart Homes with Google and Optus’ vision of a 5G future at the Commonwealth Games!
Is Apple’s new iPad the iPad Pro killer? Why is Telstra staring at a $10 million fine? Is THEC64 Mini worth buying? Vertical Hold – Episode 171Published on :
Apple’s push for the education market involves a new iPad that works with the previously iPad Pro-specific Apple Pencil. Does this mean the iPad Pro is a bad buy? Speaking of bad buys, Telstra’s in trouble for allowing customers to make bad app buys, but why? All this and more […]
Is it time to #deletefacebook, are we paying too much for Aussie internet? Vertical Hold – Episode 170Published on :
Should you be giving Facebook the flick? Are Australian telco services really getting less expensive? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
In which I argue for Ms. Pac-Man’s supremacy across all Atari 2600 titles in video form, with bonus advertisements and Hangman… for some reason.
NBN congestion miracle cure, Optus kills unlimited mobile data plans after 1 day: Vertical Hold – Episode 169Published on :
The NBN says it’s all-but fixed congestion on its network, but should we believe it? Meanwhile, Optus was offering “unlimited” mobile broadband plans, somehow with “limits”. All this and more in the latest episode!
In which, on something of a whim, I take on the role of the Terminator in the best movie of the series. The game of that movie, though… well, that’s another thing entirely.