Free-to-air television is much less painful to watch when your Personal Video Recorder automatically skips the ad breaks.
Advertisements are a necessary evil of the free-to-air broadcasting model, but that doesn’t mean that you have to sit through every ad break.… Read more --->
Windows 10, it seems, is proving a hit with both the public and the technology press after its release last week. After two days, it had been installed on 67 million PCs. Of course, sceptics may argue that this may have simply been a reflection of how much people disliked Windows 8 and the fact that the upgrade was free.… Read more --->
A Mini-Me 3D printed version of technology journalist Chris Griffith, left, and his larger self. Picture: Hollie Adams. Source: News Corp Australia
Is this vanity central? An extension of selfie culture? Or the start of a hugely profitable fashion?
Whatever the case, the digital age is delivering humans with a clever way of replicating themselves as stone-like images, or as 3D printer firm Keech3D calls them, Mini-Mes, citing the vertically-challenged assistant of Dr Evil in the Austin Powers movies.… Read more --->
…more details on the IceTV website.… Read more --->
Kodak and Bullitt Group has unveiled the new smartphone we first heard about in December. The Kodak IM5 is built by Bullit, but sold under the Kodak brand name and as you might expect, there’s an emphasis on photography.
What you might not expect is the emphasis on software designed for older users who may be somewhat tech-savvy, but also wouldn’t say no to larger icons and graphics and easy access to support (from friends or family members).… Read more --->