Review: Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

Review: Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

The new slice of Raspberry Pi is the sweetest yet.
By Adam Turner May 6 2015, 12:06PM
Watch your (legal) shows... everywhere!

Watch your (legal) shows... everywhere!

When your data is spread across PCs, mobile devices and the internet, backing it all up becomes a challenge. adam turner reveals the best ways to keep your data safe, no matter where you store it.
By Adam Turner Jan 21 2014, 11:00AM
Are you being served?

Are you being served?

Adam Turner looks at how to build the best home media library setup. Choose the right hardware and the right file formats, and sit back and enjoy your media collection with ease!
By Adam Turner Oct 14 2013, 11:13AM
Understanding Geo-blocking: watch whatever you want, when you want

Understanding Geo-blocking: watch whatever you want, when you want

There’s a whole wide world of entertainment out there – but you’ve got to know how to get access To it first. Adam Turn investigates.
By Adam Turner May 28 2013, 11:51AM
Man-cave holiday project #12: Choosing a universal remote

Man-cave holiday project #12: Choosing a universal remote

If your man-cave is buried under a mountain of remotes, you need one universal remote to rule them all.
By Adam Turner Jan 5 2012, 12:35PM
Most pirated movies of 2011

Most pirated movies of 2011

Box office success doesn’t always indicate which films will be popular with those who like to download movies via BitTorrent. These were big hits in 2011.
By Adam Turner Jan 1 2012, 2:52PM
Man-cave holiday project #8: Listen to the radio coverage while watching footy or cricket

Man-cave holiday project #8: Listen to the radio coverage while watching footy or cricket

If you’d rather listen to the ABC’s Jim Maxwell in your man-cave this summer, instead of Nine’s Tony Greig, you need to find a way to get the radio and television in sync. Here's a tip.
By Adam Turner Dec 28 2011, 5:12PM
Apple fined for misleading Italian customers

Apple fined for misleading Italian customers

The Italian Antitrust Authority has slapped Apple with a 900,000 Euro fine (AU$1.15 million) for misleading customers regarding product guarantees.
By Adam Turner Dec 28 2011, 5:09PM
Xbox users can jump on the ABC iView bandwagon

Xbox users can jump on the ABC iView bandwagon

The ABC’s iView Catch Up TV service is finally live on the Xbox 360, offering access to hundreds of programs from across all of ABC TV’s channels - full length and ad-free.
By Adam Turner Dec 28 2011, 4:45PM
Man-cave holiday project #6: Build a media player

Man-cave holiday project #6: Build a media player

Microsoft’s Windows Media Center makes for a handy media player, but it doesn’t come with everything you need out of the box. Here's a better one.
By Adam Turner Dec 28 2011, 4:30PM
Man-cave holiday project #5: Getting your man-cave online

Man-cave holiday project #5: Getting your man-cave online

Unless you’re living in the Dark Ages, internet access is mandatory for a man-cave.
By Adam Turner Dec 26 2011, 2:49PM
Man-cave holiday project #4: Building an all-in-one entertainment centre

Man-cave holiday project #4: Building an all-in-one entertainment centre

The post-Christmas sales are the perfect time to fit out your man-cave with a jack-of-all trades games console.
By Adam Turner Dec 26 2011, 2:42PM
Vodafone threatened with $250K fine over code breaches

Vodafone threatened with $250K fine over code breaches

The consumer watchdog has threatened Vodafone with a $250K fine after repeated breaches of the consumer protection code.
By Adam Turner Dec 26 2011, 2:37PM
15,000 Internode users to access to improved data plans, Naked DSL offerings

15,000 Internode users to access to improved data plans, Naked DSL offerings

Internode customers on Telstra DSLAMs are set to benefit from access to new plans, with the ISP joining forces with iiNet
By Adam Turner Dec 23 2011, 10:12AM
Man-cave holiday project #3: Stream your music around the house

Man-cave holiday project #3: Stream your music around the house

There’s no reason to leave your music collection trapped on the shelf when it's easy to bounce it around your home.
By Adam Turner Dec 23 2011, 9:56AM
Man-cave holiday project #2: Perfect your digital music library

Man-cave holiday project #2: Perfect your digital music library

Converting your CDs is easy, but don’t squeeze the life out of your music. Here's some pointers to ensure better quality when building your own digital collection.
By Adam Turner Dec 23 2011, 8:48AM
Why do we still pay for home phones?

Why do we still pay for home phones?

Why is half of Australia still paying $30 per month for a phone line?
By Adam Turner Dec 14 2011, 4:49PM
Our First Look at the iPhone 4S

Our First Look at the iPhone 4S

With extra grunt, a spruced up camera and the ability to talk back, is the iPhone 4S a worthy heir to the iPhone throne? Read our first impressions.
By Adam Turner Oct 14 2011, 2:39PM
iPhone 4S: what the contract plans look like so far

iPhone 4S: what the contract plans look like so far

Telstra is dragging its feet, but Optus and Vodafone have been quick the unveil deals for Apple's new iPhone 4S. We compare the prices.
By Adam Turner Oct 10 2011, 12:12PM
Opinion: If you’re still using Hotmail or Yahoo

Opinion: If you’re still using Hotmail or Yahoo

We’ve all still got at least one friend using an embarrassing email address such as sexydude76@hotmail.com. But is it right to try and convert them to Gmail?
By Adam Turner Jul 29 2011, 12:28PM