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.
So you’ve received your latest electricity bill and its huge and you are not happy. Understandable, electricity prices are going through the roof in Australia and people are wondering if their consumption has gone up or just the cost of power. Well there is a way to keep real time tabs on your power usage. […]
Don’t be mistaken, I am not talking about replacing the family PC with a delicious baked good, but the single board computer that shook the world in 2012. This question is often asked at both PC Medic stores in Melbourne with many customers thinking about opting for the $50 system due to its low price tag, […]