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Steven Hill

Steven Hill
I am an award-winning writer, freelance journalist and blogger who is a self-confessed geek and tech lover. When not playing the latest video games or salivating over the newest gadgets, I enjoy cooking for my family, mountain biking or snowboarding the deep powder on Whistler Mountain.

The Ultimate PC Multimedia Setup

I’m a real PC geek at heart who’s built a couple of my own rigs over the years, and this month, I got to dream up my own ultimate PC multimedia setup to share with Plug-In Blog readers.

D-Link dual band AC1900 USB Adapter review

Do you like streaming HD movies or playing lots of games online, but your Wi-Fi speeds seem to be stuck in the slow lane despite having a decent router? Our review lets you know if it’s time to give your rig or laptop a well-deserved boost with the D-Link AC1900 Ultra Wi-Fi USB Adapter.

Review: TrackR Bravo

Are you the type of person who’s forever losing things like car keys and your cellphone? Are your family and friends fed up with having to form search parties every day just to recover your misplaced valuables? We take a look at the new TrackR Bravo to see if this coin-sized gizmo can take away the stress of having to keep track of all your stuff.

Home Theatre Month: How to tidy up your home theatre

Is your home theatre a mess? Do you avoid inviting friends over for movie night or to watch the game because you’re embarrassed that your entertainment area looks more like a mad scientist’s evil lair? Never fear. As part of Home Theatre Month, we’ll show you how to tidy up your home theatre like a real superhero.

How will the Internet of Things affect students?

An increasing number of devices and gadgets are coming out that can connect to the online world and generate and report content on their own. But how will the so-called Internet of Things (ioT) – the bringing together of our physical and virtual worlds – change how we educate, and benefit students of the future?

Windows 10: the biggest improvements from Windows 8

At the end of July, Microsoft will launch its brand new operating system called Windows 10. For many users still hanging on tightly to Windows 7 or XP—or who got stuck with the critically and consumer-panned Windows 8—it’s a free upgrade … but is it worth it? We take a look at the new operating system’s biggest improvements.

Five Apps for Couples

Having trouble connecting with your honey? Is technology getting in the way of your relationship? Here are five cool smartphone apps speficially deisgned to help couples get to know each other better, improve their communication and get back to being all lovey-dovey.

Grad gifts they will take with them everywhere

Your kid has finally graduated, is going off into the big wide world, and you’re looking for a grad gift that says “I know you, I love you… but I’m not buying you a car.” Seriously, here are a few suggestions for graduation gifts that your kid will actually use, and have with them everywhere they go.

The most important TV features for gaming

Gamers today want mind blowing high definition graphics that really put them right in the action and immerses them in a believeable virtual world. But if you’re playing on a console or using your TV as a giant computer monitor, then you need to know the facts about what features are essential for the best gaming experience.

Energy Connoisseur CS-30 Sound Bar and Wireless Subwoofer: Review

I put the new Energy Connoisseur CS-30 Sound Bar and Wireless Subwoofer up against my four-year-old quad speaker system to see if the new generation of home theatre surround sound systems will make me want to upgrade.

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