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Dean Heckscher

Dean Heckscher Dean Heckscher is a Canstar Blue journalist covering consumer technology, retail and the auto industry. He has a dual degree in Business and Creative & Professional Writing from the Queensland University of Technology and is passionate about helping Australians make more-informed purchase decisions.


Full speed ahead with end of financial year car sales

Posted by June 13th 2019

A new car is a hefty purchase to make, but when the end of financial year sales roll around, vehicle manufacturers are looking to offload old models to make way for new stock, meaning motorists …


Cop drama City on a Hill premiers on Stan

Posted by June 11th 2019

Based on real events, City on a Hill focusses on the corruption and gun violence of 90s Boston, and follows the key players in the events.


The Best-Selling SUVs in Australia

Posted by June 7th 2019

Buying a new car can be an exciting time, but with plenty of options on the market, the decision can quickly become overwhelming. While we may get distracted by sleek looks and the power under …


The Top Selling Cars in Australia

Posted by June 7th 2019

Buying a new car can be an exciting time, but with plenty of options on the market, it can quickly become a bit overwhelming. To help narrow down the search, the Federal Chamber of Automotive …


iTunes to shut down, replaced by three new media apps

Posted by June 5th 2019

Tech giant Apple has announced the end of popular music library iTunes, with the service expected to shut down in the next year. The sudden demise of the musical mainstay is expected to be confirmed at …



Black Mirror Season Five Trailers

Posted by May 28th 2019

One of the most popular shows on Netflix, Black Mirror, is set to return for a fifth season, with multiple trailers and teasers being released over the last few weeks, giving us a tantalising look …


Where to find free Wi-Fi in Australia

Posted by May 8th 2019

If you’re running low on mobile data, find out where you can find free Wi-Fi in all major Australian cities, including Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.


Mazda 3 recall over dodgy windscreen wipers

Posted by May 23rd 2019

Thousands of Australian motorists will soon need to take a trip to their local Mazda dealership after the manufacturer issued a recall for its popular Mazda 3 model. The recall states there is an issue with …