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The Negative Impact of Increased Screen Time

The Negative Impact of Increased Screen Time

Australians are spending over 5 hours more a day in front of their screens outside of work or school because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is one of the findings from study from NortonLifeLock  looking at online behaviours at home.  I spoke with Mark Gorrie (Senior Director, Asia Pacific, NortonLifeLock) about the findings of the survey.  Listen below.

How Video Chat Has Changed Us

How Video Chat Has Changed Us

Many of us have spent a lot more time on video chats for work and school over the past 18 months and as a recent survey from Logitech reveals, it has lead to some interesting behaviour and new habits. 42% of Australians would rather work from home as much as they like OVER getting a pay rise 25% of people[Read More…]

Round Up Your Subscriptions with Optus Sub-Hub

Round Up Your Subscriptions with Optus Sub-Hub

Optus has just launched a new world-first service to help it’s customers manage their growing amount of subscription services Optus Sub Hub allows users to sign up to , manage and pay for a range of subscriptions all in one place. Why is this needed? Well Optus says that with an average of 5.5 subscription services per family, it makes[Read More…]

Hisense 120-inch Laser Cinema Release

Hisense 120-inch Laser Cinema Release

If you’re looking to really splash out on a really big TV, Hisense has just launched the ultimate for any home cinema experience. The 120-inch Laser Cinema from Hisense is an ultra short throw projector combined with a 120 inch ambient light rejecting screen.   Now if you haven’t seen a short throw project in action, basically it sits right in[Read More…]

Google’s New Battery Nest Camera

Google’s New Battery Nest Camera

Google has just launched their first battery-powered home security camera and while they may be a little late to the wireless camera market, it was worth the wait. The Google Nest Cam (Battery) can be used indoors or outdoors and has built in intelligent detection that can recognise vehicles and animals as well as people and packages.   We’re seeing AI[Read More…]