About the writer
A multi-award winning journalist, Alex has written about consumer technology for over 20 years. He has written and edited for virtually every Australian tech publication including Gizmodo, CNET, PC Magazine, Kotaku and more. He has also been the Editor of Gizmodo Australia, PC Mag Australia, CNET.com.au and the Tech and Telco section at Finder. Alex has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New England and a serious passion for retro gaming.
Latest articles by Alex Kidman
1,714 articles written by this author
If you've ever wanted to merge the worlds of the iPad Pro and the Microsoft Surface, Logitech has just the keyboard case for you.
If you've ever struggled with the algorithms behind the iconic Rubik's Cube, the GoCube will either make you into a cubing genius, or make you feel overwhelmed by its own cleverness along the way.
The smaller size of the Rig Nacon Pro Compact is likely to be divisive amongst gamers, but the inclusion of Dolby Atmos makes it a great choice if you regularly play games with headphones on.
If you want a fast processor in a smaller handset at a good price, the Asus Zenfone 8 delivers, although it would be nice if it had more flexible cameras.
If Alexa is your smart home companion of choice, the Echo Show 5 2nd Gen delivers a simple visual and voice experience – and that's all.
The upgraded Echo Show 8 2nd Gen benefits a lot from an improved and smart tracking camera.
If you're after a low-cost mobile with a quality display, the TCL 20SE is appealing, but you'll otherwise be left wanting for app performance, camera quality and battery life.
Apple’s streaming set top box is a premium choice with a hugely improved remote control, but existing Apple TV owners probably don’t need to upgrade at all.
Apple's big WWDC 21 conference keynote delivered the software goods, but new hardware was notably absent.