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Mercedes-Benz reveals latest battery tech at CES to overcome EV range anxiety and beat Tesla

Electric cars will travel up to 1000km on a single charge and battery technology will become cheaper to make longer range EVs affordable, thanks to new battery technologies and increased engine and drive train efficiency. At the CES technology show,… Read More

More gadgets at CES 2022

I remember in the early 2000s in Brisbane being issued with a plastic egg timer with a suction cup that fits on the side of your shower to limit shower time. It was the era of the great Australian water crisis and anything to reign in shower water… Read More

Metaverse firms trailblaze at CES 2022

South Korean giant Samsung is among companies that will use this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to stake out territory in the metaverse. Samsung already has its own virtual reality world called My House – built in collaboration with… Read More

Covid breath detector, disinfecting robot and long-range solar car among innovation awards

The new gadgets for 2022 are already rolling out as the CES global consumer electronics show in Las Vegas prepares to open. Unsurprisingly health and energy are two of the major themes. Here are 10 of the best which have won CES Innovation Awards.… Read More

New technology at CES 2022

Samsung has announced a french door Refrigerator and jet vacuum as part of its premium “Bespoke” line ahead of CES. Both are due to be unveiled at the event. The jet vacuum will debut in Australia in February and is a stick vacuum with an integrated… Read More

TVs, EV batteries, metaverse big items at CES

Organisers of the world’s biggest consumer electronics show will offer participants free rapid antigen and PSA tests. The iconic conference of the latest cutting edge technology and gadgets will proceed this week as both a live and virtual event with… Read More

Haventec raises $11m, launches US expansion

What you need to know Tech unicorn Rokt smashes funding record ahead of US IPOAfterpay ‘welcomes regulatory review’ as shares tumbleHaventec raises $11m, launches US expansionForrest-backed Swoop lifts guidance, flags purchases86 400 and Citibank… Read More

Innovation ‘not a zero sum game’, new Wade Institute director says

What you need to know XPON up 20pc on debutReddit files confidentially for IPOTennis Australia, Infosys extend partnershipThe Arcade 1Up lets you enjoy the Simpsons afreshLG’s affordable high quality TV‘Hey mum, don’t post that’Innovation ‘not a zero… Read More

LG’s affordable high quality TV

LG TVs with organic LED screens offer the best quality in the market but are expensive. A 77-inch 4K OLED TV costs about $7500 from Australian retailers. That’s why LG is keen to promote its Mini LED range, which like OLED, delivers striking colours… Read More

Dogecoin soars on Musk promise

We said the other day that when Elon Musk says “woof”, the price of Dogecoin can soar or plunge. That was when Musk tweeted he might resign his jobs to become an influencer. He obviously already is one. His latest escapade is to tweet that Tesla will… Read More

Yubico YubiKey Bio offer a new element of security

The move away from relying on passwords and using biometric authentication instead is gathering steam. We already rely heavily on face and fingerprint recognition to unlock phones and access apps on them, but this movement isn’t restricted to mobile… Read More

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