We’re looking back over the year’s biggest tech stories and looking ahead to what 2018 might bring in the latest episode of Vertical Hold: Behind The Tech News!
It’s a big week for NBN news with new (confusing) pricing plans and the prospect of refunds for thousands of customers, so we dive deep to make sense of it all in the latest episode!
What real impact will the NBN’s HFC pause have? How serious was the Apple High Sierra root security problem, and why will we be waiting until 2018 to see Amazon…
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…
Can Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8 unseat some impressive premium Android competition? Does Game of Thrones still hold the piracy crown? All this, plus good (really!) NBN news in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Is the Note 8 worth buying? We cross direct to the New York launch to find out. Meanwhile, Google’s gone for Android Oreo, but only for some devices, and NBN…
NBN admits customers aren’t happy, but once again says retailers are to blame, while Vodafone takes the torch to retailers and mobile phone contracts alike. Meanwhile, we talk LinkedIn work snooping and more in this week’s episode!
Why is the NBN going to war on its own retailers, and what will this mean for consumers? Will Vodafone’s 4G NBN fallback model attract customers, or remind them of the NBN’s failures? Should we be scared or welcoming of our new AI overlords? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
It’s time to play Australia’s least favourite ongoing broadband game, as the NBN twists and turns from speed woes to Optus’ forced HFC tactics with special guest, Australian IT editor Supratim Adhikari!
Will Village Roadshow succeed in its latest piracy quest? Will QANTAS’ WiFi Mile High club take off? Can NBN’s SkyMuster satellite service cut the mustard?