Posts From Ray Shaw
Anki’s mission is to bring objects to life through robotics and artificial intelligence, allowing people to build relationships with technology that feel a little more
Water and electricity don’t play well. NETGEAR is voluntarily recalling one model of its Arlo outdoor power adaptor.
At precisely 1.30 am this morning, the time of the Samsung Galaxy Note9 launch in New York, bleary-eyed Samsung and Telco elves and website minions
Samsung has moved from its Gear moniker to Galaxy Watch. And it is fitting given this can have full 3G/4G/LTE and/or Bluetooth connections.
OK, it has happened. Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 is set to conquer this Galaxy and beyond. It is light years ahead of the Note8 it replaces
One of the best known and fully featured speech-to-text systems Nuance Dragon Anywhere is now available for Android and iOS. This is a significant boon
This Father’s Day weekend (Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 September), LEGO Australia are launching an exclusive All-Stars Studio experience. Dads and their kids can direct
The figure may not sound impressive, but it is when you realise that EcoTank printers cost more upfront. Its economy comes from the ludicrously low
Our friends at iFixit spend so much time tearing down smartphones and devices that it was logical they would develop their own tools. The iFixit
The new Philips 43-inch HDR1000 4K monitor sets a new standard in monitor displays with the world’s first HDR1000 Quantum Dot VESA-certified display.
Google has officially announced that Android P will be known as Pie. While not as sweet as previous Kit Kat, Marshmallow or Oreo I guess
he new A9F and Z9F series arrive as the MASTER Series. It is a name Sony reserves exclusively for its highest picture quality TV models.
The Navman 2018 GPS range builds on Navman’s 15-year heritage with a special focus on clear, helpful, directions to keep people safe on the roads.
AMD Threadripper Gen 2 is set to smash all records set by its innovative first generation. Part of its new strategy is two versions. One