At Pickr, we know our reviewers and know they they’re always working on new reviews to help customers like you find the best product available. As such, our review list presently includes the following publications:
Expert local (Australian) reviewers
Long established as one of Australia’s biggest independent reviewers, Choice has recently restaffed its reviewing team, pulling talent from IDG’s PC World and Good Gear Guide with Elias Plastiras and Tony Ibrahim, among other places.
The original stomping grounds of Pickr’s founder and editor, Cybershack has survived over the past decade as one of the leading independent review houses in Australia, and the only local tech site with its own TV show.
Spanning more than just technology and featuring some of Australia’s most established technology journalists, including the likes of Angus Kidman, Alex Kidman, and Nick Broughall, Finder offers reviews and plan comparison aplenty.
Offering local expert and analysis, ITWire has been one of the pivotal mainstays of the technology journalism world in Australia, with the review section featuring written critiques by the likes of Ray Shaw and Alex Zaharov-Reutt.
One of the largest publications in Australia, News.com.au features technology writers from all over the country, including lead writers Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson and Rod Chester from the company’s Queensland bureau at The Courier Mail.
Nailing technological trends and business developments to the “t”, The Australian is a solid place to find a local viewpoint on anything involving electronics and a silicon board, with reviews by Chris Griffith.
While WhistleOut caters to a wide variety of products and services, its analysis picked up when it grabbed Joseph Hanlon, formerly of CNet Australia, who added to the team’s reviewer experience several years ago.
Without doubt, one of the first places anyone interested in current and modern technology should tune into, Engadget offers one of the most frequently updated listings of everything that’s happening in the technology world.
An intersection of technology, science, art, and the world beyond these scopes, The Verge brings some of the finest international tech writing talent to a presentation of writing that can make it seem more magazine than online.
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Please make sure your reviews aren’t behind a paywall, otherwise we won’t touch you. It’s nothing personal — we know you need to make money — but paywalls tend to make comparison reviews a little problematic for everyone!