Worried about your phone, or your camera, or anything else in your life? An world first launching in Australia will make insurance possible on these things, and you’ll be able to turn it on and off with ease.
Electronic books have already delivered a future where we can bring all of our books with us, but the next development will be one of super thin tablets that feel like nothing, a future where Amazon is already beginning to dabble.
As a guy with a beard, this journalist can tell you that nothing is more frustrating than a trim that isn’t as schmick as you hope for, but with a new trimmer on the way, Braun is hoping that feeling becomes a thing of the past.
Ransomware is one of the more frustrating security problems at the moment, locking your files down if you have the grace to cross one and open a link, but security group Trend Micro has a fix ready.
It’s rare enough to find a button-based phone these days, but if someone still hasn’t made the shift to a touchscreen phone, Boost’s latest addition …
3D printers may well be a bit of a gimmick for most people, but Dubai has demonstrated that these object makers can be used to make places to live and work in, too.
While the phone has overtaken the conventional media player, those of us with special needs and high resolution audio are embracing a new generation of media devices, and Acoustic Research’s AR-M2 is in one of the more interesting models out there.
You might love lamp, but if you really love lamp, you’ll be interested to see how Dyson is working to make the lamp better for everyone, especially if you work while everything else remains dark.
Last year’s big technology for TVs was about brighter and more vivid colour thanks to tiny crystals in quantum dot, and now monitors are about to get a taste, courtesy of Philips.
If you’re a Kogan mobile customer with a 4G phone, it’s very possible you woke up to a bit of a surprise this week. Congratulations, you’ve joined the modern era.