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With Qantas and Samsung Australia’s recent announcement to bring selected Qantas First customers and First Class lounges a virtual reality entertainment experience, we visited Qantas’s Alexandria facility to test it out.
The idea of virtual reality may be foreign to most, but if you’re about to head out on a long trip and you need something to take your mind off being high in the sky, Samsung’s Gear VR might just do the trick.
Those of you who still use printers for small business and larger are probably used to that one line of monochrome text popping up on the screen, alerting you of a printer jam, but Samsung is going to provide more information this year with an Android tablet.
Few companies have given traditional watch wearers a reason to shift their wares and move to the watch of the future, but Sony hopes it has the answer with a smartwatch that not only boasts solid battery life, but can be seen in sunlight.
Years of saying “Samsung needs to make a metal phone” might finally be paying off, as Samsung announces a new metal-framed phone, though Australia isn’t likely to be on the release list.
Motorola was last to the table for 2014 flagship phones, with the handsets arriving mere weeks before the year ended. Now that 2015 is here, let’s see what all the fuss is about with Motorola’s all new Moto X.
We’ve seen washing machines add bubbles and steam over the years, and this year even add a tiny washing machine for underwear, too, but a Samsung innovation seeks to scrub stains before the wash, doing the hand wash so your delicate hands need not go near the sink.
The designers in Samsung’s speaker department must be tired of the same old block, because in 2015 they’re really shaking it up this year, with one portable and one less portable egg of a sound product.
Not every music player is created equal, and Bang & Olufsen has been coming up with something a little more playful in its labs, with a wireless music system that tries to match music to your mood.
We’re seeing a lot of movement in the external hard drive part of the market this year at CES, and it’s probably because data is so important, but if you’re over conventional drives and prefer solid state media, Samsung has something coming for you.