Archive for April, 2014

Samsung has bent for curved TV

IS there a scientific basis to the proclaimed benefits of curved televisions? Or are we bent on bending TVs without reason? View the original post

The re-masters apprentice

HIGH-definition audio — is it a generational leap in sound quality or a total con? View the original post

New smartphone audio hits right notes

THE merits of adopting higher quality audio more universally is a discussion worth having in two parts. View the original post

CeBIT bullish about new challenges

THE demolition of Sydney’s Convention Centre has meant new challenges for the CeBIT Australia expo. View the original post

Hospital patients on the record

AUSTRALIA’S first fully integrated digital hospital will contain 310 kilometres of fibre optic cable and offer patient tracking. View the original post

More gadgets than a Swiss Army Knife

YOU could brand the Fritz!Box 7490 as the Mercedes-Benz of modem-routers, or a Swiss Army knife for home networks. View the original post

Apple users driven to distraction

MEMO to Apple: build an in-house app that comprehensively addresses the urge to take calls and read texts while driving. View the original post

HTC follows the dot view

HTC had to learn the hard way that once your handsets aren’t regarded as premium against the competition, it’s a hard road back. View the original post

Bracelet raises bar on health goals

THE Jawbone’s UP health bracelet measures your steps and sleeping patterns, but the UP24 syncs to your smartphone too. View the original post

Aussies join action to recover lost bitcoin

AUSTRALIANS are among angry bitcoin users taking legal action to recover millions of dollars in cash and virtual currency lost. View the original post

Quest to keep automation simple

USER-friendliness is a must for remote-controlled devices. View the original post

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