Uniden's new home phone wirelessly connects to your mobile, allowing you to pick up and make calls on your mobile phone through your home phone. Sound cool?
Belkin’s new line of ‘Conserve’ devices aims to simplify the switching-off process on your equipment while also reveal the terrible truth about how much juice your AV rack is sucking down.
The last gadget you'd probably think of upgrading is the one that makes sure your teeth are healthy, so here we look at one that does exactly that.
Nespresso's well known no-fuss coffee system will be getting a new machine, and one not officially endorsed by Nespresso itself, with Australian manufacturer Kogan joining the coffee pod market.
These days, everyone is looking for ways to cut down their electricity bill and save the environment a little bit too. Kambrook's SmartSwitch aims to do both by switching off appliances that don't need to be on throughout the day, removing them from standby and pulling the power until needed again.
The Swedes have certainly been working on some interesting things, with the new AutoMower 305 taking its cues from none other than a sheep.
Soup is one of those perfect winter foods, and the new Morphy Richards Soupmaker aims to make the process of making soup an easy one. The idea is simple: throw your ingredients in and let the appliance do the rest. Could it really be that easy?
A Melbourne university student is one of eight young designers from around the world to be chosen as a finalist in the 9th Electrolux Design Lab competition. The handful of finalists were select from more than a thousand entrants.
When you go looking for a new washer or dryer, one of the first things you look at is how well the appliance is rated for energy. Panasonic is now going one step further with a washing machine that looks for ways to be more green.
In case you hadn't noticed, it's Winter, and that means we're craving soup for lunch. Good thing then that appliance maker Morphy Richards has released its "Soupmaker", a gadget that aims to cut soup-making down to 15 and 25 processes.