Plus Apple’s HomePod plans finally bringing stereo and multi-room audio in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
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!
Amazon had a launch party, but who got invited? Why is Telstra imitating the tactics used by identity scammers, and what impact will the US Net Neutrality debate have in Australia? All this and more in the latest episode!
Streaming box smackdown – Foxtel Now, Telstra TV 2, Apple TV 4K, Fetch TV, Amazon Fire: Vertical Hold Episode 152Published on :
It’s our all-streaming special as we pit Foxtel’s new Now Box against the best Apple, Amazon, Telstra and Fetch can muster!
The NBN hits the headlines and we dive deeper into the history and reality of the contentious project. Meanwhile, Amazon wants to be your Key, and Telstra once again wants to be your TV, but who’s signing up? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Should we be hyped or hesitant to sign up to Telstra’s Gigabit LTE network? Why is Amazon holding out on Aussies with video content?
Pebble’s death casts doubt on the future of smartwatches, while Amazon looks to the future of supermarket shopping. Meanwhile, we’re getting screwed on LEGO Batman airing dates, but will Apple’s bold cinema plan save us? All this plus Galaxy S8, Surface Phone and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Nintendo Classic Mini NES, Fake Facebook News and Amazon's Australian plans: Vertical Hold – Episode 102Published on :
an you trust anything you read on Facebook? What are Amazon’s plans for Australia (and why is Australian online shopping so rubbish?). Meanwhile, we dissect the Nintendo Classic Mini NES with special guest, CNET.com’s Seamus Byrne!
Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited has its limitations, as do the rumours about the retailing giant’s planned push into Australia. All this and more in the latest episode!
Google announced its home assistant, Google Home at Google I/O today, and the world went nuts. I get the allure, but whatever happened to privacy?