Microsoft thinks mixed reality – a mixture of virtual and real reality is the way to the future. PC makers including HP, Acer, ASUS, Dell
Leading technology research firm Telsyte says 4.8 million smartphones were sold from June to December 2017 and nearly half were Apple. Total sales were up
Sony’s WI-1000X Bluetooth Noise Cancelling earbuds deserve 5 out of 5 – even if you prefer over-the-ear style headphones.
I love fitness trackers – I hate charging them every day. Garmin’s new Vivofit 4 has 2 x SR43 coin batteries that in theory will
The Samsung Gear S3 is the most comprehensive, non-Apple, smartwatch with fitness benefits so far – and that is saying something for a smartwatch released
Garmin Australia has announced the Approach X10, an A$249 golf band that comes pre-loaded with data for over 41,000 courses around the world.
Four years ago, Samsung released the Gear Fit – a cross-over between a full-featured fitness tracker and a smartwatch.
Garmin has launched the Forerunner 645 Music, a GPS running watch with integrated music (up to 500 songs) and a contactless credit card payment system
The Consumer Electronics Show is over for another year – was it a boom or bust year?
In case you don’t know Qualcomm is to the mobile and IoT connectivity space like Intel is to PCs.
Lenovo announced, in partnership with Google, the Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream, the world’s first standalone Daydream VR headset – Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream,
Garmin has removed the pet hate of most activity tracker owners – constant recharging is a thing of the past with the new vivofit 4
Aussie owned BlueAnt is not a name you automatically associate with premium sound headgear although if you were shopping for a hands-free car kit, it
Once upon a time there was Google Glass, which was Google’s experiment with a kind of augmented reality. Then there was Google Cardboard, which was
Epson is coming up with exciting new applications for its Moverio BT-300 Augmented Reality eyewear. As we mentioned in our review several months ago, amongst
SMATE is a new online outfit supplying Australian designed consumer electronic products. So far, these include headphones, soundbars and a TV with more, we imagine,