Neerav Bhatt

  • REVIEW: Google's Nexus 5

    Despite its unremarkable exterior Google's Nexus 5 provides exceptional value for money and lots of raw speed.
    6 comments
  • Postcards from Kansas: Google Fiber lessons for our NBN

    As we get closer to the federal election finish line and ponder what lies ahead for the NBN, it's easy to forget that there’s a very different discussion underway about the virtues of fibre across the Pacific. The focus is no longer on the network but outcomes.
    18 comments
  • A solar catalyst for the auto industry

    While the outlook for the local auto sector remains gloomy, the likes of UNSW-backed Sunswift solar racing team highlight we have what it takes to mix it up with the best when it comes to technology.
    5 comments
  • REVIEW: Nokia Lumia 925

    Nokia's latest smartphone boasts a solid mix of hardware and software, as well as a camera that blows its rivals out of the water. But is it still doomed to be the last spark of a once great phone company?
    7 comments
  • K TV a solution looking for a problem
    Companies such as Sony and LG are currently launching campaigns to market very expensive 4K TV sets. However, the excitement around 4K fails to answer a fundamental question, do we really need this technology?
    11 comments
  • REVIEW: Sony Xperia Z Tablet

    Sony's ultra-thin, ultra-light new tablet has some serious 'wow' factor and shakes up the standards set by Apple and Google.
  • REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy S4

    Samsung's latest smartphone is full of tips and tricks to help differentiate it from the sea of other Android-operated devices. Yet these "key features" come off more as marketing gimmicks than advances in smartphone technology.
    2 comments
  • SpaceX and the business of space

    Space exploration is no longer just a government affair. Companies are moving in and the sector's future now relies on the efforts of Elon Musk and Richard Branson.
  • GoGet's mixed traffic signals

    The idea of offering everything as a service has the potential to disrupt traditional business models, but car share outfits like GoGet and ZipCar provide a good example of how hit and miss the results can be.
    1 comment
  • REVIEW: LG Optimus G

    LG has so far played a small role in the overall Australian mobile industry but with the LG Optimus G the South Korean conglomerate is clearly aiming higher.
  • REVIEW: BlackBerry Z10

    The Blackberry Z10 is a nice phone, but nice just isn't going to cut it for BlackBerry at this stage, with none of the features standing out as world beaters and some still sub-standard compared to iPhone and Android.
    3 comments
  • REVIEW: Samsung 840 PRO SSD

    Promising faster load times and a better battery life, a Samsung SSD may be a good alternative to buying a new laptop.
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: Samsung Galaxy hits the right note

    With a unique but practical size, some enhanced features and strong capabilities as well as batteries, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 truly is the device for every business occasion.
  • REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy Note 2

    It may be bigger than most smartphones and smaller than most tablets, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 truly is the device for every business occasion.
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: Seven clever gifts for execs

    For Christmas, seven suggestions which are both immediately useful and not very expensive from the big and increasingly wider world of technology.
  • Seven clever gifts for execs

    Rather than put together a typical Christmas gift guide, here are seven suggestions which are immediately useful and not very expensive.
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: The future of flying

    Amid tough conditions in the aviation sector, airlines are using technology to combat rising costs.
  • The future of flying

    Making money is a tough game for airlines at the best of times and here's how they are using technology to combat rising costs?
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: Panasonic tablets get tough

    The Toughpad FZ-A1 isn't the fastest nor the prettiest tablet doing the rounds but its ability to survive will appeal to those working in rough environments.
  • REVIEW: Panasonic Toughpad FZ-A1

    The Toughpad FZ-A1 isn't the fastest nor the prettiest tablet doing the rounds but it's almost indestructible.
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: Lenovo ThinkPad Twist review

    Lenovo’s attempt to give enterprise users a Windows 8 laptop-tablet combo fails to hit the mark.
  • REVIEW: Google's Nexus 5

    Despite its unremarkable exterior Google's Nexus 5 provides exceptional value for money and lots of raw speed.
    6 comments
  • Postcards from Kansas: Google Fiber lessons for our NBN

    As we get closer to the federal election finish line and ponder what lies ahead for the NBN, it's easy to forget that there’s a very different discussion underway about the virtues of fibre across the Pacific. The focus is no longer on the network but outcomes.
    18 comments
  • A solar catalyst for the auto industry

    While the outlook for the local auto sector remains gloomy, the likes of UNSW-backed Sunswift solar racing team highlight we have what it takes to mix it up with the best when it comes to technology.
    5 comments
  • REVIEW: Nokia Lumia 925

    Nokia's latest smartphone boasts a solid mix of hardware and software, as well as a camera that blows its rivals out of the water. But is it still doomed to be the last spark of a once great phone company?
    7 comments
  • K TV a solution looking for a problem
    Companies such as Sony and LG are currently launching campaigns to market very expensive 4K TV sets. However, the excitement around 4K fails to answer a fundamental question, do we really need this technology?
    11 comments
  • REVIEW: Sony Xperia Z Tablet

    Sony's ultra-thin, ultra-light new tablet has some serious 'wow' factor and shakes up the standards set by Apple and Google.
  • REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy S4

    Samsung's latest smartphone is full of tips and tricks to help differentiate it from the sea of other Android-operated devices. Yet these "key features" come off more as marketing gimmicks than advances in smartphone technology.
    2 comments
  • SpaceX and the business of space

    Space exploration is no longer just a government affair. Companies are moving in and the sector's future now relies on the efforts of Elon Musk and Richard Branson.
  • GoGet's mixed traffic signals

    The idea of offering everything as a service has the potential to disrupt traditional business models, but car share outfits like GoGet and ZipCar provide a good example of how hit and miss the results can be.
    1 comment
  • REVIEW: LG Optimus G

    LG has so far played a small role in the overall Australian mobile industry but with the LG Optimus G the South Korean conglomerate is clearly aiming higher.
  • REVIEW: BlackBerry Z10

    The Blackberry Z10 is a nice phone, but nice just isn't going to cut it for BlackBerry at this stage, with none of the features standing out as world beaters and some still sub-standard compared to iPhone and Android.
    3 comments
  • REVIEW: Samsung 840 PRO SSD

    Promising faster load times and a better battery life, a Samsung SSD may be a good alternative to buying a new laptop.
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: Samsung Galaxy hits the right note

    With a unique but practical size, some enhanced features and strong capabilities as well as batteries, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 truly is the device for every business occasion.
  • REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy Note 2

    It may be bigger than most smartphones and smaller than most tablets, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 truly is the device for every business occasion.
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: Seven clever gifts for execs

    For Christmas, seven suggestions which are both immediately useful and not very expensive from the big and increasingly wider world of technology.
  • Seven clever gifts for execs

    Rather than put together a typical Christmas gift guide, here are seven suggestions which are immediately useful and not very expensive.
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: The future of flying

    Amid tough conditions in the aviation sector, airlines are using technology to combat rising costs.
  • The future of flying

    Making money is a tough game for airlines at the best of times and here's how they are using technology to combat rising costs?
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: Panasonic tablets get tough

    The Toughpad FZ-A1 isn't the fastest nor the prettiest tablet doing the rounds but its ability to survive will appeal to those working in rough environments.
  • REVIEW: Panasonic Toughpad FZ-A1

    The Toughpad FZ-A1 isn't the fastest nor the prettiest tablet doing the rounds but it's almost indestructible.
  • TECHNOLOGY SPECTATOR: Lenovo ThinkPad Twist review

    Lenovo’s attempt to give enterprise users a Windows 8 laptop-tablet combo fails to hit the mark.