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How does the nbn™ work?

The National Broadband Network (nbn™) is Australia’s new landline phone and internet network, designed to provide you with access to faster and more reliable internet services.

What internet is best if I'm renting?

When renting you want to ensure you have the right internet plan. Usually this means having questions answered about flexibility of contract, speed, low cost, and hardware- choosing the plan that is best for you!

nbn™ reaches 3 million homes and businesses

Another milestone in the construction of the nbn™ network has been reached this month as 3 million homes and businesses are connected

Rocket Review - Mafia 3

Hanger 13 and 2K Games’ latest offering comes in the form of open-world adventure, Mafia 3. The much hyped title was met with critical reviews and after giving it a go ourselves we can see why.

5 Horror Games We Need On VR

What is it about horror games that garner such crazy cult followings? Is it the crazy adrenaline rush you get from running full pace away from a ravenous horde of zombies?

Virtual Reality 101

Game developers have always tried to give us immersive playing experiences and interactive worlds, be it sitting behind the wheel of a car or being the hero in a first person shooter.

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How does the nbn™ work?

Published: January 2017

The National Broadband Network (nbn™) is Australia’s new landline phone and internet network, designed to provide you with access to faster and more reliable internet services.

nbn™ offers the fastest speeds to the Australian householder compared with any other available service, including ADSL. While ADSL has a maximum potential speed of approximately 20Mbps, most users have much slower connections. This is because ADSL connections rely on close proximity to a DSLAM or interchange, transferring over to the traditional twisted-pair copper used in telephone networks.

How Does the NBN work

What internet is best if I'm renting?

Published: January 2017

When renting you want to ensure you have the right internet plan. Usually this means having questions answered about flexibility of contract, speed, low cost, and hardware- choosing the plan that is best for you!

What Internet is best If I'm Renting

How do I know if NBN is available in my area?

Published: August 2016

Another milestone in the construction of the nbn™ network has been reached this month as 3 million homes and businesses are connected. According to Peter Ryan, the Chief Network Engineering Officer, it now means that “more than one in four homes are able to connect to the nbn™ network…by this time next year, that number will be around one in two”.

How do I know if NBN is in my area?

Rocket Reviews: Mafia 3

Published: January 2017

Hanger 13 and 2K Games’ latest offering comes in the form of open-world adventure, Mafia 3. The much hyped title was met with critical reviews and after giving it a go ourselves we can see why. We’ll delve more into the details soon, but Mafia 3 suffers from an all-eggs-in-one-basket style of game creation where one section is absolutely amazing, intricately designed and stunningly executed, while the other sections are rushed, poorly thought-out and, most of all, repetitive.

5 Horror Games We Need On VR

Published: January 2017

What is it about horror games that garner such crazy cult followings? Is it the crazy adrenaline rush you get from running full pace away from a ravenous horde of zombies? Or perhaps the heightened limits of terror as you nervously hide in an unsuspecting cupboard praying to whoever will listen that the murderer stalking you doesn’t open the door?

Whatever your reason for delving into horror games, one thing’s for sure, horror in VR is next level crazy. Here’s 5 titles that we hope have a VR version coming soon.

Virtual Reality 101

Published: January 2017

Game developers have always tried to give us immersive playing experiences and interactive worlds, be it sitting behind the wheel of a car or being the hero in a first person shooter. But up until now, the fact is that our perception of reality is never altered. We’ve always simply been a spectator overseeing the events that are happening in that world, like some sort of gaming living room deity, which means that it can never truly be immersive.

Virtual reality however, has the potential to change that.

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