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Are your kids in danger of electric shock from their electronic gadgets?

Are your kids in danger of electric shock from their electronic gadgets?

It seems as though today’s adolescents spend nearly all of their free time using cell phones, computers, gaming devices, MP3 players and other electronics powered either directly through an electrical outlet or internal batteries that must be charged. As a result, the [Read More]

Weak outlook for consumer electronics and PC worries supplier

Weak outlook for consumer electronics and PC worries supplier

As far as electronics suppliers go, Applied Materials has pretty deep insight into the future demand for tech goods. It is the world’s largest supplier of equipment for manufacturing semiconductor chips. And today, the company said that it doesn’t really like what it [Read More]

Sony’s new 3D HD digital recording binoculars

Sony’s new 3D HD digital recording binoculars

Over the years Sony has shown its ability as a genuine innovator in the digital imaging space – in the early days of Gizmag the (then) bleeding-edge, 5-megapixel Sony F707 digital camera was a treasured part of our kit – and its latest venture looks like it [Read More]

Here’s some tips on what to look for in a 3D gaming monitor

Here’s some tips on what to look for in a 3D gaming monitor

The monitor needs for gamers are pretty straightforward. An LCD with fast refresh rates, low input lag and a decent resolution will more than satisfy. Of course price is always a factor, with more expensive monitors offering better colours and other handy features. While [Read More]

Interactive signs & foldable 3D TVs – coming next say predictions

Interactive signs & foldable 3D TVs – coming next say predictions

The next wave of the electronic display industry will come in the form of small portable devices such as foldable 3D TVs and wall-sized displays such as interactive signs. That’s the prediction of Eileen Tanghal, investment director at display-making equipment [Read More]

Add this $49 device to your iPhone and get an immersive 3D experience

Add this $49 device to your iPhone and get an immersive 3D experience

This is the device that couples with an iPhone to create immersive, three-dimensional viewing experiences. Using free downloadable applications that take advantage of an iPhone’s accelerometer–the 3D environments move when the iPhone is moved–the viewer is [Read More]

Toshiba’s new 3D laptop doesn’t need any 3D glasses

Toshiba’s new 3D laptop doesn’t need any 3D glasses

Toshiba, one of the largest worldwide laptop manufacturers, has announced the Toshiba Qosmio F750, the first laptop that can display 3D images without any glasses required. This will also be the first laptop that can simultaneously display both 3D and 2D images on the same [Read More]

Huawei coming out with 3D smartphone in September

Huawei coming out with 3D smartphone in September

Coming September! Huawei is boasting that their new mobile phone features a 3D UI, but its not the same glasses-free eye popping 3D technology offered by the LG Thrill or EVO 3D. The tweaked 2D display offers a slightly different version of SPB’s Shell 3D software [Read More]

Kid-friendly $25 computer coming soon!

Kid-friendly $25 computer coming soon!

In case you’re not familiar with the Raspberry Pi minicomputer, it is a cheap minicomputer designed for today’s younger generation. Reminiscent of kit computers from the 1970s and 80s, these computers are meant to introduce kids to the world of computers, experimenting [Read More]

Quick preview of the new $100 tablet computers–coming soon!

Quick preview of the new $100 tablet computers–coming soon!

So, you want that must-have touch-screen tablet computer but are unwilling to fork out hard-earned money for the likes of big brands Apple and Samsung? Well, you can look forward to a slew of cheaper options – mostly the lesser-known Chinese electronics brands – [Read More]

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Cloud computing saves health care industry time and money

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Internet addiction get closer to being classified as a mental illness

Internet addiction get closer to being classified as a mental illness

Think twice the next time you play a videogame or surf the Net: ‘Internet-use [Read More]

New ‘gamification’ school opens for kids in the classroom

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