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A game changer in the hair and beauty world – Dyson Airwrap Review

Posted By michael.aulia 1 day 2 hours 14 minutes ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Dyson Airwrap Review – Hands down to Dyson’s most current, outstanding product that has stolen many women’s heart in Australia. Dyson Airwrap, a multi-function hairstyler, is a game changer in the hair and beauty world and has been sold out straight after their launch in Australia and people have been queuing to register for their availability, […]

Razer Kraken Tournament Edition Review – Full Audio Control

Posted By michael.aulia 1 day 22 hours ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Razer Kraken Tournament Edition Review – While the Razer Nari that I reviewed earlier has a THX Spatial Audio, Razer Kraken Tournament Edition was actually the first gaming headset featuring that tech.  With THX Spatial Audio, gaming sound is taken to a whole new level, with a 360-degree awareness where you can really feel as […]

Say goodbye to annoying typing with a TV Remote – Logitech K600 TV Keyboard Review

Posted By michael.aulia 2 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Logitech K600 TV Keyboard Review – Smart TVs are awesome. Some can even use voice activation to open an app or do a search on your favourite movie to watch. However, in most cases, you are still required to type in those keywords with the TV remote. For example, you might search for a movie […]

Want to listen to Apple Music on a web browser? Apple Music now has an online web player (Unofficially)

Posted By michael.aulia 3 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Apple Music Web Player – I hate iTunes, with all my heart. I don’t know why, it’s probably the interface, or the bloated feel of the app even though Apple had made an update to it many months ago.  But it’s the only way to listen to Apple Music on a desktop. Unlike Spotify and […]

Clean up Your Mac with TunesBro CleanGeeker

Posted By michael.aulia 4 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Note: This is a guest post written by Bruce If you put a little effort into it, you can find quite a few tutorials online that can help you clean the contents on the HDD of your Mac. The problem is that most of those take a lot of time, effort and require you to […]

Apple Pay is coming to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia in January 2019

Posted By michael.aulia 4 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Through a tweet made earlier by the Commonwealth Bank of Australia Twitter handler, customers of CommBank with an iPhone will be rejoicing over the new year. The tweet mentions that Apple Pay is indeed coming to CommBank to personal customers in January 2019, and it’s never too late to join the party. At the moment […]

Top 10 Worst Passwords in 2018 – Trump makes it to the 23rd

Posted By michael.aulia 5 days ago on Technology

https://www.cravingtech.com - Each year, SplashData (provider of password management applications TeamsID, Gpass, and SplashID) releases a list of most popular, worst passwords every year by evaluating more than 5 million passwords leaked on the internet. These bad passwords simply mean that the passwords are easily predictable or guessable (like “123”) – and if you have been practising […]

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

Posted By michael.aulia 6 days 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 8 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 8 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 11 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 11 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 12 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 12 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 […]