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TV turns off when you nod off

TV turns off when you nod off

If you’re fallen asleep in front of the TV only to wake up having missed most or all of the movie you were watching, Samsung has been working on the perfect gadget just for you. It’s called Sleep Sense…a sensor that tucks under your mattress and can track your breathing, heart rate, and movement in real time and then deliver[Read More…]

Computer Monitors get curvy

Computer Monitors get curvy

It’s now over 12 months since the first curved screen TV arrived in Australian stores but if you thought that was just a fad, curved computer monitors are also now starting to appear. Samsung has just released 27 and 34 inch monitors, both built for entertainment though the curvature of the screen which is designed to provide an immersive experience.[Read More…]

Big screen phones not the end for Tablets

Big screen phones not the end for Tablets

For some of us there nothing more exciting than getting hands on with the latest gadget…especially if it’s something we plan on using every day.   There was plenty of hype around Apple’s new offerings earlier this year but October also brough something worthy for those who prefer the android mobile platform. Specifically I’m talking about the Galaxy Note 4 and the Note Edge[Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S5 will have fingerprint reader

Samsung Galaxy S5 will have fingerprint reader

Fingerprint recognition on a smartphone isn’t just for iPhone5S owners. When Samsung launches its Galaxy S5 in April it will be equipped with a fingerprint reader that will move password security out of your head and to your thumb…or any other finger. This finger scanner will also work with paypal for online and in-store payments. Other features on the Galaxy[Read More…]

CES reveals Bigger, curvier screens for 2014

CES reveals Bigger, curvier screens for 2014

The 2014 Consumer Electronics show has kicked off in Las Vegas this week with electronics companies from around the globe unveiling their upcoming products for the next 12 months. At the end of the first ‘press day’ I spoke to Stephen Fenech, editor of Techguide.com.au about some of the trends that are already emerging from the show,  which seems to[Read More…]