We look back at the big tech stories of 2019, from 5G to privacy, Cybertrucks to NBN and a whole lot more.
4K Olympics go 5G only, Australia’s odd search habits and EVs get ready to go mainstream – Vertical Hold Episode 258
Why will only a tiny fraction of Aussies be able to watch the Olympics in 4K? What did we search for in 2019? And what…
Facebook offers data portability, Optus cops hefty fine, excess data gets the boot – Vertical Hold: Episode 257
Facebook wants it to be easier to get data off Facebook… but only in Ireland. Optus cops a hefty fine, but history says it doesn’t…
NBN Co adds new speeds but not for all, Optus offers premium 4G, Cybertruck crashes on launch — Vertical Hold Episode 256
How will NBN Co’s proposed speed changes affect you? Should Optus be offering “priority” access to its 4G network? And can we talk about the Tesla Cybertruck without collapsing into a fit of giggles? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
The rise of Disney+, streaming ratings overhaul, government hacking crackdown: Vertical Hold – Episode 255
Disney+ arrives down under, but beyond the Mandalorian, what does the House of Mouse have in store? Do TV “ratings” matter, even if you add…
It’s time to get our retro gaming hats on as we look at this year’s crop of retro gaming goodies to stick under the Christmas tree in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
You know what you need to beat those Monday morning blues? A dose of Cookie Monster… with a little 70s style disco funk.
Street Fighter II is the most legendary one-on-one fighting game of all time… and this is a cheap Christmas stocking stuffer. But is it any good?
Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge wasn’t a particularly great game when it first came out in 1992, and time has not been kind to it.
Optus unleashes 5G, Apple’s AirPods go Pro, Huawei launches the Google-free Mate 30 Pro: Vertical Hold – Episode 253
Optus “launches” 5G, Huawei “launches” the Huawei Mate 30 and Apple’s AirPods Pro get tested in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!