Computing power has never been so cheap, so they say. So I decided to put that to the test by seeing how much of my work I could do on a $119 Chromebook.
Google launches Pixel 4, Telstra throws shade at NBN, Broadband World Forum feels need for speed – Vertical Hold: Episode 250
We got to the big episode 250 of Vertical Hold, and to celebrate, we’re busting out… a time machine?
E3 2019 Special: Streaming games, Indie games, Next-Gen consoles and Keanu: Vertical Hold Episode 232
We’re live from E3 2019 in LA, with Xbox Scarlett, Google Stadia, wacky indie games and much more in our latest episode!
In the latest episode, we head to California to check out the latest in phones, hubs and more straight from Google I/O 2019.
Vertical Hold hits episode 200, and to celebrate, I’ve taken the show over to the other side of the world to cover the Huawei Mate 20 launch and talk Google’s shaky future in the EU!
Google brings all the goodies, and we bring the show to Google in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
iOS 12 revitalises older iPhones, ACCC gets nasty on “unlimited”, Google Assistant hits Aussie TVs — Vertical Hold Episode 196
iOS 12 is here, and it’s not instantly death for your older iOS devices! The ACCC is warning telcos about the use of “unlimited” in plan advertising (finally) and Google Assistant lands on Aussie TVs — but do we really want talkative TVs anyway?
What would a merged TPG/Vodafone look like? What changes will the new NBN CEO bring in? Is Google Home Max worth its steep asking price?
And what’s Google doing with its confusing YouTube Music, YouTube Premium and Google Play Music plans? All this and more in the latest episode of…