At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung has developed a new way to control its range of Smart TVs, with facial recognition, motion and voice.
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According to GfK Digital World and the Consumer Electronics Association, global spending on technology devices is expected to surpass $1 trillion for the first time this year.
Samsung has just released a sneak peek at its new TVs that will be unveiled at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. While they don’t give to much away, it’s clear Smart TV is still a strong focus for the year. Check out the video below: Tweet
MUBI, an internet video service showcasing independent, international and classic cinema is finally expanding beyond the PlayStation 3 and into Sony’s portfolio of Internet enabled Bravias, Blu-ray players and home theatre systems.
While at the launch of the latest PlayStation 3 blockbuster Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception at the Sydney Opera House, TT stumbled upon Sony’s HMZ-T1 Head Mounted Display that was first glimpsed at this years Consumer Electronics Show in las Vegas. Reminding us of an old fashioned virtual reality headset, the HMZ-T1 has twin OLED displays that deliver 2D and 3D Continue Reading
Telstra has launched the first stage of its Foxtel on T-Box service that gives customers connected to BigPond via cable broadband access to over 30 Foxtel channels as well as a selection of Catch Up TV. The service, which is unmetered to BigPond customers, will be extended to BigPond ADSL customers later this year. A starter service, with 11 channels, Continue Reading
Quickflix has signed a deal with Sony Australia to supply a subscription movie streaming service to various products in the Sony portfolio.
PlayStation has wrapped up its press conference at E3 in LA. While there was a host of blockbuster exclusive games, we were impressed by its new handheld and PlayStation branded 3D display.
Toshiba, a company renowned for its notebook PCs has just released its first All-In-One desktop, the DX1210.
Star Wars: The Complete Saga will be available on Blu-ray on 14 September 2011 in a nine disc collection.