Category: Opinion

Nov 21

The best headphones.

Regular readers of this site will, I am sure, already know that I am big fan of wireless headphones. That is not to say that I am in love with all wireless headphones and that they are all created equally. My first foray into this world of wireless music were a set of Plantronics Back …

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Oct 04

Telstra and the Apple Watch Series 3 is a bad mix

As I sit here and write this I am ready to kill someone, something, anything. Figuratively of course. I have been dealing with Telstra all day and I have to say this has been one of the few days where my British upbringing of never expressing dissatisfaction has completely abandoned me. My big mistake, and …

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Sep 21

There is a difference between a gimmick and a feature

If there is one thing that fries my burger it is twenty somethings using the word ‘like’ as if it were a comma! Please stop! But the other thing is when Apple bring out a product or feature and someone pops up and says “Oh well, you know – like – Samsung did that years …

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Jun 15

How do you play music in your lounge room?

I am wondering… do you have hundreds, maybe thousands, of songs on your iPhone or iPod. Do you have just as many CDs in the cupboard? Perhaps these CDs helped create the empire of music on your idevice? But is this music only played in certain places or particular times? Is your workout rocked out to playlists …

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Jun 14

RansomWare attacks remind us to keep our macs up-to-date

The recent Ransomware attack on May, 2017 was big news. Really big. This was mainly because the Wannacry virus hit Government servers and shut down hospitals and other services all around the world, thus threatening global finance and lives. It was, in fact, the largest Ransomware attack in history. As this was a Windows only attack I …

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