As we wrap up our series on the rise and shear potential of wearable technology – from staying fit to changing the way we may interpret reality; soon even our clothing could soon do so much more in little or huge ways in both practical and fashionable ways. Whilst these new and near future innovations may seem to be something from […]
The recent rise in wrist-based wearable technology (as described in Part 1 of our series on Wearable Technology) perfectly demonstrates how tech can be easily and non-obtrusively integrated into everyday objects such as what we wear. However wearable technology is certainly not limited to wristwear, as the potential designs are quite exciting and could vastly improve our interactions with technology. An example of wearable tech that could have a wide range of applications are Heads Up Displays.
As technology becomes much faster, smaller, cheaper, and power efficient; the possibilities for it’s integration into our lives increases exponentially. This principle has certainly applied in regards to making innovative technology wearable on a consumer level, developing from science fiction-like ideas, pipe dreams and prototypes, to a reality. This article is the first part in a series on Wearable Technology; first up – keeping updated and maintaining your fitness at the same time.
As our world becomes more and more automated; even our postal services may begin to start rapidly changing , as your parcels may soon be delivering themselves. Welcome to the robot uprising.
“Your phone drops onto cold tiles, landing face down. A knot twists in your stomach as you reach for the phone…”
Normally that story would end with a smashed screen and the hunt for the warranty documentation; but now after recent research in Japan, fragile glass could soon be a thing of the past.
No, that’s not a typo. We’ve come across a highly user friendly way to charge your mobile device, and it’s simplicity will leave you wondering why no one has invented it sooner. Allow us to introduce to you the Znapz.
Google is undergoing a transformation, an upgrade you could say. It all started a few weeks back when they renamed their parent company to Alphabet, then split off a few divisions to make them independent. So, I guess its logical to assume a new logo would be in order. I have the feeling there will be […]
Meet Fairphone 2, the latest phone from the crew that brought you the world’s first ‘conflict free’ mobile phone. It has a feature that no other big phone manufacture can brag about. The original phone left a little to be desired. Yes, it did contain only parts that had components that were meticulously checked to […]
If you own an Android phone or tablet and was begging the ABC to include Google Chromecast support, well your in luck. Today ABC released their latest version of the Android iView app that now includes support for the Chromecast Dongle. So, if you own a Chromecast Dongle, then you can send from your phone or […]