The first Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was held in New York in 1967 with 200 exhibitors showing their wares and 17,000 attendees being wooed and wowed with the latest gadgets and gizmos. Hot items back then were pocket radios and TV sporting integrated circuits. Fast forward 50 years and the show has moved to Las … Continue reading Best of CES 2017
The Intelligent Lighting Controls Market Report, published by Allied Market Research, forecasts that the global market is expected to garner $8.3 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 16.2 per cent during the period 2015-2020. Europe was the highest revenue-generating region in 2014 owing to the stringent government mandates and rising electricity costs in the … Continue reading Intelligent lighting controls market worth $8.3 billion
As the National Broadband Network (NBN) roll out continues, those privileged to have access to the network will be hunting for bargains when it comes to choosing a broadband plan. Currently there are large number of broadband plans from 69 registered internet service providers (ISPs) along with a number of re-sellers for consideration. With so … Continue reading How to choose the best NBN plan for your needs
Smartphones come with an assortment of sensors that can track behaviours such as our internet search and browse history, where we go, what music we listen to, who we speak to, just to name a few. The habitual nature of people means this data could be used to give insight into our mental wellbeing. Acute … Continue reading Your smartphone knows a lot about you, but what about your mental health?
While American consumers gear up for the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday, international consumers are left on the outside looking in. Retail giants such as Amazon and Best Buy offer incredible sales, but only if you live within the USA. Big Apple Buddy, a shopping concierge service located in the heart of … Continue reading US Black Friday deals in Australia
As a leading e-commerce bank in France, Societe Generale’s priority is to strengthen the security of online payments while making its customers’ everyday lives easier. Following successful testing among more than 500 people, Societe Generale is one of the first global banks to offer its retail customers in France these next-generation cards featuring a dynamic … Continue reading Credit card with changeable security code
Google announced the official release of its new voice-controlled digital assistant device, Google Home, earlier this month in the United States. At the center of the announcement was the launch of Google Assistant, the voice-controlled software that is built into Google’s new devices. Google Home is powered by this virtual helper, which is part of … Continue reading Google Home available for Australians from November
Apple is going to investigate claims that an iPhone 7 caught fire, which resulted in the destruction of the handset owner’s vehicle. In a statement to 7 News, Mat Jones says he had just finished a surfing lesson when he returned to his car and saw it was filled with smoke. Jones alleges the cause … Continue reading Apple to investigate iPhone 7 fire allegations
Conxall Mini-Con-X and Switchcraft EN3s are now available with 2-Metre cable for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 position connectors with straight or right angle overmoulds. The cable is able to withstand harsh environments, is blunt cut on the opposite end for maximum flexibility and colour coded tissue paper separates conductor wires for easy … Continue reading 2m cables with new position connectors
Backplane Systems has released the Neousys Technology Nuvo-6000 Series, a Fanless Box PC based on latest Intel 6th-Gen Skylake platform. It features up to five PCIe/PCI slots to provide the same level of expandability as traditional Industrial Computers, while its fanless design offers superior reliability. Powered by the Intel 6th-Gen LGA1151 socket-type CPU, the Nuvo-6000 … Continue reading New fanless PC
GFK TEMAX has released its research into the market for Technical Consumer Goods (TCG) in Australia.
RESEARCHERS at Queen’s University have developed the world’s first full-colour, high-resolution, wireless and flexible smartphone.
THE MARKET for audio ICs, sensors and distributed processing will continue to be driven by the smartphone market, SAR Insight & Consulting has found.
THE TABLET market continues its decline, with global shipments falling by double digits for the first time in 2015, reaching a 12.2 percent decline year on year.
TECHNAVIO says miniaturisation and advanced packaging will continue to drive growth in the global MEMS microphone market through 2020.
COBALT mined by children is getting into the lithium-ion battery supply chain used by key electronics companies like Apple and Samsung, claims Amnesty International.
FOXCONN Technology is offering US$5.1 billion to buy Japanese electronics maker Sharp, claim industry insiders.
EPE is now the regional distributor for Department 13’s counter-drone security products.
ELECTRIC self-driving cars were a major trend at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016, reports TrendForce.
THE GLOBAL electronics market can no longer rely on the demand for high end smartphones, analysts say, as the sector reacts to Samsung Electronics’ profit miss.