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You probably know the Sharp name for big screen tellies, sewing machines, and even a juicer or two, but did you know the company did washing machines?
When you check out an electronics store, there’s a very good chance you’re going to find something made by Samsung on quite a few of the shelves, and while phones, tablets, cameras, and TVs are the things we know about, there are a few things you may not see coming.
Apparently, we’re all obsessed with music, and with how often my headphones leave this writer’s head, I’m not surprised. But it seems we’re also always looking up tunes, and we’re doing it with Shazam so much that the app and service is getting rebuilt for more.
Samsung’s creative way to upgrade its Full HD and Ultra HD television might not have been talked up much at CES, but we’ve seen it for ourselves at Samsung’s own product showcase in Indonesia.
2014 looks to be a big year for wearable technology, and Samsung has fired an early salvo with two new smartwaches – the Gear 2 …
Apple has just launched iTunes Radio in Australia, and hey, we’re the second place in the world to get the radio replacement service, so here are five neat things you might not know about the service.
Capturing movies in Full HD is so passé, or at least it appears to be, with Panasonic announcing a mirror-less interchangeable that can capture movies in 4K Ultra HD.
Easy to set up and operate, the latest wireless cloud cameras are an affordable way to help ensure the safety of your home and family.
Australians with an iOS device now have another radio replacement solution available to them, with Apple launching iTunes Radio to our country, the second place to launch after America.
So far, wearable computers have more or less been about taking that mobile experience and shrinking it to your wrist, or providing an outlet for fitness. But a new device coming shortly is more about what you hear than what you should see.