Any seasoned traveller knows that you can't rely on any airline's inflight entertainment system to actually be working on the day you fly, or to be stocked up with things you haven't seen. And forget about watching hotel TV, at $20 per movie. A much better option is to bring your own ente...
POSTED 20 Jul, 2012 20 Comments
Want to watch ABC News 24 online when you're travelling overseas -- or just enjot some of your favourite TV shows using online 'catch-up' channels like the ABC's iView and programmes from the commercial channels? It's not as easy as you'd hope: the TV networks block their online video chann...
POSTED 16 Apr, 2012 22 Comments
All the major TV networks in Australia now let you watch full episodes of your favourite shows online, which would be great when travelling -- except that they block people trying to watch from outside Australia. However, we've explained how to get around geoblocking when you're travelling; once...
POSTED 31 Jan, 2011 1 Comment
The iPad's 10+ hour battery life is one of its many appealing traits. But when even that's not enough, Kensington's $150 PowerBack adds another five hours between charges. That's enough for non-stop use from Sydney or Melbourne through to LA or San Francisco plus a few hours in the lounge...
POSTED 30 Nov, 2010 0 Comments
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