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 Vertical Hold!
Apple goes all out with the iPhone X, but is it worth buying? Is FaceID magical technology or a privacy nightmare? What will the Apple TV 4K bring to the Australian streaming market? All this and more in the latest episode!
Telstra customers being scammed, 2016’s best premium phone and the issues with ADSL deregulation with special guest finder.com.au editor in chief Angus Kidman!
Can the HTC 10 save HTC — or will it be the Vive? Who’s lining up to buy the Kindle Oasis? All this and special guest GadgetGuy.com.au’s Leigh Stark!
Samsung and LG will definitely launch new phones, but other tech firms are being just a little more coy about their mobile plans leading up to Mobile World Congress 2016.
LG’s take on Google Cardboard, the LG VR for G3, is a solid enough product, although it’s not without its queasy quirks.
HTC’s One M9 sells itself as a premium luxury device, but the reality in day to day use is disappointing.
Make a premium phone, charge a premium price. That’s the story of the HTC One M9, which goes on sale in Australia on the 24th of March for $1099.
Will Samsung or HTC claim the “premium” smartphone crown? Will it all matter once we’re safely living inside virtual worlds? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
If you’re the just-the-specs-ma’am type, here’s what you need to know about the HTC One M9.