michael.aulia

Joined March 09, 2008

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Fragging with less than a AU$100 mouse from Razer – Razer Basilisk Essential Review

Posted By michael.aulia 23 hours ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Razer Basilisk Essential Review – Razer Basilisk is one of the finest Razer’s wired gaming mouse that I love. It features a unique clutch design (paddle) that you can use for quickly changing DPI on the fly (e.g for sniping) and dedicated rubber grip for right handed gamers. The original also offers fully configurable paddle […]

Dear Huawei phone owners in Australia, stop panicking & stop selling your phones away

Posted By michael.aulia 1 day 3 hours ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Alright, so if you don’t know what’s going on, you might want to stop reading and read this other post first to understand the context. But if you have been following the news for the past couple of days, move along. Today, Huawei Australia released an official statement in response to what’s happening, basically giving […]

Sony’s new wireless, noise-cancelling headset, the WH-XB900N, is coming

Posted By michael.aulia 1 day 7 hours ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Sony has just added a new addition to its EXTRA BASS series of headphones with the upcoming Sony WH-XB900N. It has a Digital Noise Cancelling feature to cut ambient noise out so you can be more immersed in your music. Noise cancellation is a very useful feature especially if you listen to music while you […]

Huawei gets a total ban from Google’s Android OS & processors makers have joined in

Posted By michael.aulia 2 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - In a sad and shocking news today, following the order from U.S Trump’s administration, Google has completely banned Huawei devices (which includes the awesome HUAWEI P30 Pro smartphone – check out my review on the P30 Pro) from Google Android OS – which means you will not be able to update to future Android OS […]

OPPO service centre in Melbourne is now open

Posted By michael.aulia 2 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - OPPO has just launched its first service center in Melbourne CBD. This is the second one to open in Australia (the first OPPO service centre is in Macquarie Park, Sydney). OPPO service centre in Melbourne is located at Collins Street and will service your OPPO devices whether it’s out of warranty or still in warranty. […]

NuraLoop (from the guys who made Nuraphone) is available for pre-order, currently 30% OFF for a few days

Posted By michael.aulia 5 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Nuraphone is one of the most popular headphones in the market, made by Nura. It’s marketed as “the headphones that adapt to your unique hearing” and making a success through Kickstarter. And now, following the Nuraphone’s success, the company has just unveiled its new product, the NuraLoop – Winner of CES Best of Innovation Honoree […]

Tournament-ready gaming headset – ASTRO A40 TR Gaming Headset & MixAmp Pro TR Review

Posted By michael.aulia 6 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - ASTRO A40 & Mix Amp Pro TR Review – ASTRO has spent many years working together with professional gamers and eSports players around the world to create gaming peripherals that they’d use. And now, they are making what they called is the “best performing audio system” ever – the ASTRO A40 TR Gaming Headset, with […]

Add Alexa around the house with this cheap speaker – Amazon Echo Dot Review (3rd Gen, 2019)

Posted By michael.aulia 6 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Amazon Echo Dot Review (3rd Generation) – The Amazon Echo Dot is the small gateway to having Alexa and a smart speaker at a minimal cost. It’s basically a compact speaker with built-in Amazon Alexa where you can use voice commands to play music from your favourite music streaming services, ask for the weather today, […]

10 Useful Excel hacks for beginners

Posted By michael.aulia 6 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - There are numbers of guides out there telling you that with Excel, you either love it or you hate it. We’d say that either you love it, or you haven’t met with Excel yet. Excel can be quite easy and handy, once you get to work with it. And we are sure that you may […]

Apple Music now works with Alexa in Australia

Posted By michael.aulia 6 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - For a while now, you can use Alexa-supported Amazon Echo speakers like the Echo Dot (which I’m still reviewing at the moment) or any speakers plugged into the Amazon Echo Link/Link Amp, or even the Sonos One speakers to play your favourite music via Alexa voice commands. You can say things like “Alexa, play Norah […]

Update your WhatsApp app NOW – Security vulnerability found

Posted By michael.aulia 7 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - A very, very bad vulnerability was found in Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging app where commercial spyware can be injected to the app by calling you, using buffer overflow. And whether you pick the call up or not, it’s irrelevant. The spyware will go through and be installed on your phone. You won’t even know about this […]

FUJIFILM X-T3 Review

Posted By michael.aulia 7 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - FUJIFILM X-T3 Review – I remember my childhood days like it was yesterday. My parent had a FUJIFILM camera (you know, the kind that used a film roll) and they entrusted me with it. I was still in primary school and remember having a blast taking photos, then going to this FUJIFILM store to get […]

The stylish backpack for commuters – STM Myth 18L Backpack Review

Posted By michael.aulia 8 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - STM Myth Backpack 18L Review – STM Haven had been my most favourite backpack for travelling. Each time I went overseas, STM Haven was my best buddy to carry my ASUS ROG Gaming Laptop, along with travelling essentials like the Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones, Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse, and of course – passports, etc […]

Get your web browser to sync with Razer Chroma lights

Posted By michael.aulia 12 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Have Razer gaming peripherals at home with Chroma lighting? What about some Philips Hue bulbs and lights? If you said yes to any of these, you are up for a treat. Vivaldi (by Opera) web browser had just announced its support to integrate and sync with Razer Chroma through its latest version, Vivaldi 2.5. This […]