Stewart Wilson

Senior Editor, Audio/Visual Production

Stewart Wilson is a Senior Editor at TechGeek. With the site from the start, he is in charge of overseeing the creation of media (including audio and video). Based in Wollongong, he is a Windows fanboy at heart and one of the few who likes Windows 8. Stewart owns a Lumia 1520, a Surface RT and a Dell Ultrabook - yep, all running Windows 8.

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Techcast S02E05: Cards of House

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Welcome to this week’s edition of Techcast – the worlds best indeterminate release schedule podcast. This week it’s all about Mobile World Congress and Smart Watches! Plus a few tangents here and there. Also, HTC does a thing (and Terence isn’t happy!) Joining you on this journey is Stewart Wilson, Terence Huynh and Chris Southcott. We hope you enjoy their smooth sounding voices. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast by using […]

IT’S HAPPENING! Netflix officially launching in AU and NZ on March 24

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Yes, it’s finally happening. Netflix have officially announced that they’ll be launching in Australia and New Zealand on the 24th of March. Sure, we’ve known that Netflix would be launching in Australia sometime soon but now we have official word from the company! From March 24, users will be able to subscribe to Netflix and instantly watch a curated selection of movies and TV shows in HD or Ultra HD 4K […]

Raspberry Pi 2 is faster, better and will run Windows 10

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The Raspberry Pi Foundation have just announced the availability of their new Raspberry Pi 2. The Raspberry Pi 2 is available for sale right now and is selling for $35 US dollars. The updated board is a huge upgrade from the previous model (Model B+), it will contain a 900MHz quad-core ARMv7 CPU, 1GB of SDRAM and all the new features of the Model B+ including 4 USB ports and […]

This is Stan: Australia’s Newest Streaming Service

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Stan, the new streaming service from a partnership between Fairfax and Nine Entertainment Co has finally launched in Australia. After a few weeks of trial subscriptions being posted out to early adopters (one of which was me!), the doors have finally opened for anyone to subscribe to the service. Stan is starting strong with a number of TV series available at this early stage, including: Breaking Bad, Doctor Who, Sherlock, […]

Spotify redesigns Windows Phone app (again)

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Released overnight, Spotify has released an update for their Windows Phone app. This new release – version 5.0 – introduces a totally new design and a small amount of new features. The UI revamp provides users with an iOS-esque interface using very familiar transparency and rounded corner design principles. The update also removes the Starred functionality like it’s iOS and Android counterparts did a few months ago and introduces Your Music […]

Techcast S02E01: CE Smart

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Wow, it’s been so long since our last episode.  Welcome to the first episode of Techcast for 2015! This week, Join Technology Genius Terence Huynh with his colleagues Stewart Wilson and Chris Southcott for this exciting episode. We talk about CES 2015, Google patches and more. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast by using the links below. Let us know what you think of the new podcast by tweeting @techgeekcomau […]

Stream live to YouTube with HTC RE Camera

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A new software update will allow the HTC RE Camera to stream live to YouTube. The updated app is already available on Android, however, the iOS app will be updated later in Q1. The new app allows you to login to your YouTube account and select whether or not the live stream will be public or private. The live footage will be streamed to your mobile phone and then streamed […]

Netflix to launch in Australia on March 31

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Tech Guide is reporting that Netflix will launch in Australia on March 31. The service will launch with a three-tier pricing system which starts at $9.99 per month. The date and pricing was confirmed by Tech Guide through a source during CES in Las Vegas. Netflix, however, were tight-lipped during CES about any details regarding the Australian Launch. Previously, Netflix haven’t revealed too many details about the launch, except to say […]

REVIEW: HTC RE camera

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Smartphones are currently dominating the camera scene. Gone are the days of carrying around your point and shoot camera, all you need now is your smartphone and you can snap away. However, HTC are trying to solve a problem we didn’t think existed – smartphones aren’t that good at capturing the moment easily. So they’ve developed a solution… and it’s called the RE. It’s a small camera, modelled after a periscope […]

Surge Pricing: Uber’s response to Sydney’s Hostage Siege

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During the frightening hostage scene in Sydney’s CBD, Uber’s ‘Surge Pricing’ has hit people in times of need, forcing them to pay a $100 minimum to use the car service. Put simply, When demand increases, Uber will increase it’s pricing by two, three, even four times the base price dependant on the type and amount of demand. During the distressing situation of the Sydney CBD Hostage Siege, concerned people were […]

GIFT GUIDE: Netflix in Australia (Plus Chromecast Guide)

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  Netflix is amazing! You get access to thousands of shows and movies for almost peanuts per month – the only downside is that it’s only available in selected countries and one of those not lucky enough to have Netflix locally is (surprise) Australia (not until March 15 anyway). There have been several articles on Netflix coming to Australia or similar services being introduced by Foxtel but nothing compares to […]

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: Smartphones under $100

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You may have seen our previous guide for Smartphones but you might be thinking, those smartphones are too expensive! Well, think no more – here is our Holiday Gift Guide for Smartphones under $100. If you’re buying for yourself or buying for someone else, these Smartphones won’t break the bank. Image: Stewart Wilson / TechGeek OUTRIGHT Huawei Ascend Y550 4G The Huawei Ascend Y550 4G is a 4G Android smartphone with a […]

GIFT GUIDE: .melbourne domain Special Offers

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Melburnians can now purchase their own top-level domain names as an alternative to the usual .com.au or .com. Melbourne is the first city in Australia to be assigned it’s own top-level domain name and registrations are now open to the public. ARI Registry Services, who are managing the domain name, are promoting the domain to individuals and local businesses to position themselves online with the world’s most liveable city. “Melbourne businesses […]

HTC’s RE Camera now available for $249 AUD

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First announced in October, HTC has today announced that the RE Camera will launch today in Australia. If you’re not sure what the RE camera is, it’s a small, one-hand camera (which resembles a periscope). The RE is extremely portable, has no viewfinder and is a major GoPro competitor. It has 1080p HD video recording and a 16 megapixel camera with a huge 146-degree wide angle lens. “We are very excited to […]

GIFT GUIDE REVIEW: innerexile Hydra case for iPhone 6

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Well, this is my first iPhone case review and the first time I’ve heard of innerexile. I’ve had many phones cases, usually from well known brands such as Apple, Microsoft, Belkin and others but this is the first time I’ve had a case from innerexile. I was rather interested in the particular case as well since it was “self-healing” meaning that small scuffs and marks would disappear. The case design […]