Keen to see what Apple has in store for the whole smartwatch game, and how much it will cost to have one on your wrist? We’ll know more on March 10 (AU time), as Apple tells the world that it’s about to have an event on.
One of the most exciting developments in computers at the moment is 3D printing, an area that lets anyone make objects simply by printing them. But to do this, you need 3D models, and unless your skills are decent, you might not get much done. Until now.
Whether you call it a powerstrip, powerboard, or powerbar, there’s a good chance you’ve found the strip of power sockets too long for some locations. But a power cube? That might fix things altogether.
Not everyone needs a smartwatch, and if you want the time, maybe some phone calls, but don’t like the look or feel of a watch, there’s always a smart band. Sony is updating its take on that category with the SmartBand Talk, a model that brings a touchscreen e-ink display and a battery life that’ll keep you going.
Kids at Sydney schools have long been given the opportunity to learn about what of the city’s biggest cultural icons, the Sydney Opera House, and from today, they’ll even get a bit of technology to help out, making learning a little more playful and fun.
The virtual world is here, and you can actually take it with you, as Samsung’s Gear VR finally makes its way to Australia. Is this a future that you can take home today, or should you just let it mature a little longer?
With CES over, all eyes are on Mobile World Congress, the next global stage for companies to show their wares, with telecommunications big on the agenda, and LG is getting in early with a preview for the next generation of its smartwatch.
Is it a phone? Is it a watch? These are the questions that you’ll likely think up when you see Samsung’s latest smartphone-watch hybrid, an evolution on its original Gear smartwatch that will let you make calls from your watch when your phone isn’t even nearby.
We’re not quite sure what becomes of most of the batteries we send to the trash, but it’s probably not good for the environment. But big battery brand Energizer wants to fix this, and is doing so with some innovation of the green variety.
Samsung isn’t the only company eyeing off the mobile VR space, with LG chiming in this week to show that it too can play that game, and while it’s not quite the same, it could offer people a similar experience.