michael.aulia

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Philips S9000 Prestige Shaver Review – Electric shaver with prestigious looks and performance

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

https://www.cravingtech.com - Philips S9000 Prestige Electric Shaver Review – There’s nothing more satisfying than shaving with a high performance electric shaver that gives you a close shave without much effort. Philips’ latest electric shaver from the Series 9000 range, the S9000 Prestige, does all that and it’s one of the best Philips electric shavers to date. While […]

New Car Insurance rewards you for driving less and driving safe

Posted By michael.aulia 2 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Wish you can be rewarded for driving safe? I wish there is a government or police incentive that rewards you each time you pass a dash cam recording of an idiotic driver on the road.  There’s no such thing yet, but this is Australia’s first car insurance that will dynamically change your monthly premium based […]

Christmas Gift Guide 2018

Posted By michael.aulia 3 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Looking for some ideas to get your loved ones something for this Christmas? You’ve come at the right place. We’ve reviewed hundreds of gadgets over the years here at Craving Tech and you should be able to find at least one or two good ideas from this year’s compiled list. Without further ado, here are […]

IOTransfer 3 – Do Not Miss This YouTube Video Downloader and GIF Maker

Posted By michael.aulia 5 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Note: This is a guest post written by Joy Dong IOTransfer is a replacement for iTunes as a one-stop solution to manage the contents of your iPhone or iPad. This includes managing content such as photos, music, books, videos, contacts, apps, etc. as well as video download and convert, GIF maker online. Recently, it has […]

Fitbit’s advanced activity tracker is now better in every way – Fitbit Charge 3 Review

Posted By michael.aulia 6 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Fitbit Charge 3 Review – With the success of Fitbit Charge 2 (check our review out), Fitbit has made their famous activity tracker slimmer and lighter in Fitbit Charge 3. The design has also been tweaked with a larger screen and a proper touchscreen interactivity. You now can take Fitbit Charge 3 for a swim […]

Stunning, smart light panels for your smart home – Nanoleaf Canvas Review

Posted By michael.aulia 6 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Nanoleaf Canvas Review – Nanoleaf Canvas has a stunning design that will certainly bring some bright colours and unique aesthetics to your home. Similar to the original Nanoleaf panels, Nanoleaf Canvas can be made personalised with many different possible combination of designs (depending on how many panels you have), supports different colour combinations, and works […]

Transfer up to 5GB of files securely for free with Tresorit Send

Posted By michael.aulia 7 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Every time I needed to send some big files to a friend, I’d normally use WeTransfer. It’s easy to just upload the files across, get the link, and then share it so they can just download without hassle. After a certain period of time, the files will be removed from the server. It’s a super […]

LG’s latest robotic vacuum cleaner comes with a built-in AI

Posted By michael.aulia 8 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - LG R9 CordZero is LG’s latest robotic vacuum cleaner that can recognise room objects and layouts over time, thanks to the “Deep ThinQ” machine learning technology. This allows the unit to navigate around objects more effectively to clean rooms. Most robotic vacuum cleaners like the one we reviewed before here at Craving Tech only recognises objects […]

How to Choose the Right SEO Agency for Your Business

Posted By michael.aulia 8 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Note: This is a guest post written by Tom Buckland As we head into 2019, SEO remains more important than ever for businesses looking to grow their brand, boost revenue and meet their business goals. Furthermore, SEO is becoming an increasingly complex and specialised field thanks to Google’s constantly evolving algorithm, combined with ever more […]

Philips Hue Outdoor range is available now, bringing smart lights out of your house

Posted By michael.aulia 9 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - I truly enjoy my Philips Hue (and the Hue Sync where Hue bulbs and lamps can sync to what’s happening on my monitor screen). I’m using them not just for entertainment purposes, but crucial ones such as auto-turning a few lights on when we are away (to look like someone’s at home). Also, combined with […]

Premium, Wireless Bookshelf Speakers with aptX HD support – AudioEngine A5+ Review

Posted By michael.aulia 15 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - AudioEngine A5+ Wireless Speakers Review – AudioEngine A5+ bookshelf speakers were a success and have got many praises among reviewers and sound enthusiasts. Following the success, AudioEngine is releasing the A5+ Wireless model and as the name suggests, brings wireless (via Bluetooth) into the mix. You now have an option to be completely wire-free to enjoy […]

Sony launches a new wireless, noise-cancelling earphones for music lovers

Posted By michael.aulia 16 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Sony’s new WI-C600N is aimed at music lovers who do not want wire and noise to reduce their music listening experience. Equipped with a built-in noise cancelling features, Sony’s new earphones are definitely aimed for commuters who often have to commute inside a noisy train or bus. With Sony’s advanced noise cancelling technology, commuting while […]

Crucial’s first NVMe SSD in the consumers market – Crucial P1 SSD (NVMe M.2) Review

Posted By michael.aulia 23 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Crucial P1 SSD (NVMe M.2) Review – The P1 SSD from Crucial is the company’s first NVMe SSD for the consumers. They are certainly not new in the storage and memory market (check out our coverage on the Crucial 2.5″ SATA MX500 SSD and the Ballistix Elite DDR4 that I still have running inside my […]

Strong wireless signals around a double-storey house with D-Link COVR-2022 Mesh Solution

Posted By michael.aulia 24 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - D-Link COVR-2022 Review – I’ve got the COVR-2022 Mesh Wi-Fi system when I was still living in an apartment with an FTTB (Fiber To The Building connection), and because it does not support VLAN IDs (required to run on TPG), I waited. And now, D-Link COVR-2022 has been up and running since day one as […]