Orbic’s Tab8 4G doesn’t cost much, and that’s entirely the point.
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?
We talk excess charges with Telstra, consider Huawei’s claim that the NBN is a “disaster” and get out on the road with special guest Tegan Jones from Gizmodo Australia!
In 2019, who wants an iPod Touch? I’ve got a pretty good idea who.
Huawei hits a US-sized speedbump as Telstra gears up super-fast 5G in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Are new Unlimited plans worth it, which Aussie telcos are worst for customer service? – Vertical Hold Episode 188
Are Telstra’s revamped Peace of Mind Plans or Vodafone’s unlimited passes worth buying? Which telcos are slammed in Australia’s latest customer service report? What are Facebook’s double-standards when punishing page owners? What should we expect from the NBN’s latest Service Continuity Standards?
It’s privacy week, and we’re delving deep into Google’s tracking of Aussie citizens, Facebook’s attempts to rehabilitate its image when it comes to privacy and the Telstra/ZTE scandal in this week’s episode!
“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!
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 171
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 in the latest episode of