Firstly, I would like to thank Martin and Arjan for building a solid platform with DigitalReviews.Net (DRN), and keeping me in the DRN family for the last 13 years. I still remember my "job interview" in 2007 - somehow scoring one of the GPS HUD units to review and I had my '06 Saab 93 Aero (the last of the true Saabs before the GM parts bin completely took over.)
New beginnings and fresh starts are always exciting and after a decade and a half at the helm of this review site it’s time for me to step down.
It’s no early retirement for me at 72 as I’ll keep on writing and contributing to the website I started as PocketPCReviews and which soon outgrew that pre-smartphone segment.
So we renamed it to DigitalReviews.net (DRN for short) and kept growing. My son Arjan has been the webmaster from the very beginning and every few years redesigned the site to keep it up to date.
It was great to develop relationships with manufacturers and tech companies and their representatives to the point where they often would send us the latest and greatest in their new product range. We’ve had many a scoop review and high rankings in Google Search.
Please click on READ MORE below to see what’s ahead (and WHO is the head) of DRN going forward...
Another year is almost over and it seems the older we get, the quicker time flies by. From the team at DigitalReviews Network, we would like to wish you and your family a merry and safe holiday season. Cuddle your loved ones and treasure each moment.
In 2019 the team have reviewed things big and small, revisited new generations of old favourites, danced to different tunes and lights and tried to get people to sleep better. For Kevin, he largely managed to see out the tail end of a tumultuous few years in his personal life, with a new approach to the world. Martin, our fearless editor in chief clocks up another year at the helm.
To all our loyal readers, your on-going support is much appreciated and valued. Stay tuned with us as we head into 2020, we have big new and plans for the year.
Merry Christmas from the DRN team and a Happy New Year!
It seems that every two years it is time for a new engine overhaul and a fresh paint job when it comes to our site! In our 12th year of operation we have the latest Joomla! version powering DigitalReviews with all the benefits it brings for our readers and writers.
Here are some of the things you will enjoy: we now have enhanced mobile support for any and all devices, resizing content on the fly and fast! With instant search and easier navigation and a much better Commenting section you will hopefully enjoy coming back here much more often.
Particularly, since we intend to bring you daily news related to your digital lifestyle.
Have a browse around and please give us your feedback in the comments section below.
GiveAway of CoPilot Navigation App for iPhone and Android (AU & NZ)
We've had a CoPilot GiveAway before and many folks missed out. So we're running this again now that version 9.3 is out with the latest automotive-grade Australia and New Zealand street maps, 12 months free real-time traffic service and – most importantly -- support for iPhone 5.
If you wanna know how important (and timely!) this is check the news from this week: drivers in trouble because iPhone own much maligned maps placed towns in totally different spots...
So if you want a great navigation app for free, click on the link below.
What do you need to do?
We'll be trying to source some real scoops to review in the coming months and also will have the opportunity to interview top management of Synology, whose NAS products we will continue to cover on a very regular basis in the coming year.
Keep an eye out on these pages for some interesting news!
We've just gone live with our Hybrid Camry review!
Shortly we have the latest Toyota Prius review ready for you to be followed by the Honda Insight and all the Australian hybrid verhicles that come onto the market. If you're interested in writing for HybridCarReviews.com.au let the Editor know! So if you're enthused about this technology and love to write we have a job for you!
Have a look at HybridCarReviews.com.au
If your an avid Adobe Lightroom, or Photoshop user, you've probably come across, or possibly even used lens correction profiles, these are used for automatically fixing distortion, chromatic aberration and vignetting in RAW images.
Tamron has now announced their lens line-up is now fully profiled and available for use in the new Lightroom 3.2 & Camera Raw 6.2 updates released last week from Adobe.
Check after the break for the link to the complete list of supported lenses & mounts.