It’s not enough to have a smartphone these days. No, you also need a smartwatch, and Samsung intends to make it clear that this is something you’ll want in 2014, with the release of the Gear Neo, a lightweight smartwatch that cuts the camera and delivers more of your phone on your wrist.
If science fiction is anything to go by, there will be a time when robots will be a normal every day part of our lives. While we hope it won’t be in the form of Judgement Day, you can now get your kids in on the robotics fun with a new program aimed at helping the little ones learn.
There was a time when we would see businesspeople carry Bluetooth earpieces everywhere, but there hasn’t been a lot of change in that space, outside of size. Jawbone hopes to shift people to something new, however, with an earpiece that uses your muscles to cut out the noise.
This week on Naked Geeks, we’ll explore the ear with the help of an audiologist and find out how technology can improve your hearing, as well as check out some awesomesauce headphones and a helping of news.
Not everyone has perfect hearing, and most people don’t, but if you have a hearing aid and you’re wondering if the technology would ever converge with smartphones, your time has finally come.
Small businesses keen on taking payments in a mobile environment will soon have things made very easy for them, as PayPal lets us hold the future of credit payments in our hand.
In the next few years, drones are expected to become commonplace, whether they’re for surveillance or just delivering books, but robot maker Orbotix has found a different use.
Anyone who has seen a reasonably recent episode of Star Trek knows what a food replicator is, and while we’re a bit off the style of technology it is, food printing is closer to being real.
So, Samsung announced availability details for its Galaxy S5 smartphone in Australia this evening. You probably know all that, but did you know Telstra will be doing two year plans for a wearable?
Samsung hasn’t just launched a smartphone, with the company officially making its next line of wearables ready for arms, wrists, and even people who happen to like wearing things around their legs.