Displaying items by tag: connected

When Emily Bobis tried to get out of an essay by seeking extra-curricular credit from a Singapore study tour, little did she expect she’d meet Angus McDonald and that the pair would be providing tools helping flooded Lismore roads be repaved, directly benefiting community welfare.

Published in Internet of Things

Combines a scalable hardware device and data visualisation software to deliver analytics insights about land productivity and farm efficiency, this solution sounds like a true farming game-changer.

Published in Business IT

Samsung SmartThings and CommScope Ruckus are collaborating to enable landlords and building owners to offer enhanced, smart technology experiences to tenants and residents as alarm systems, thermostats, air conditioners and other home devices become increasingly connected.

Published in Internet of Things

I've seen various smart litter boxes advertised on crownfunding sites over the years, but this is the first one I've seen in action, and with the Wi-Fi enabled, health monitoring app-controlled smarts that work with Alexa and Google voice controls, Leo's Loo Too looks great for humans and cats, young and old, while elegantly solving an age old problem.

Published in Home Tech

The first-ever modular lighting beam with backlit illumination has arrived via Nanoleaf, the smart lightning innovations company that has now launched Nanoleaf Lines.

Published in Entertainment

Data centre provider Digital Realty has achieved a 4.5-star NABERS Energy rating for its Sydney Erskine Park data centre infrastructure.

Published in Data Centres

Promising its DX Class elevators “catapult the ANZ property industry into the digital revolution”, these are the first elevators in Australia and New Zealand to feature built-in connectivity as standard.

Published in Business IT

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a “positive” impact on Australian consumers, according to a new study which found that just over half of consumers — or 51% — now feel more connected to their family than ever before.

Published in Health

Nokia and Smart - PLDT’s mobile arm – say they are working together to bring Industry 4.0 to Southeast Asia following the recent completion of a live 5G ‘standalone’ video call trial in the Philippines.

Published in Strategy

If you want to gauge Australians' confidence in connectedness, then ACCAN's confidence conference will explore the issues with lively debates, the latest research and more, so get yourself connected!

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Getting a truly thorough and complete medical diagnosis from a handheld portable device is still in the realm of science fiction, but Prizma is our closest 21st century equivalent.

Published in Health

Huawei is leveraging its 4G SIM-enabled wearable Watch 2 and, with Aussie software company mCareWatch’s help, has produced a “healthcare solution that offers safety and security to the elderly and disabled, and peace of mind to their carers".

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 23 November 2016 11:49

Half the world will be online by end of 2016: report

About half the world will be online by the end of this year, according to a report from the UN agency, the International Telecommunications Union.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 02 November 2016 00:40

Over 200 million connected appliances per year by 2021

If you connect the dots, you’ll see more than 200 million connected appliances set to emerge per year by 2021 "as vendors develop e-commerce strategies.’

Published in Your Tech

Smart toy sales of Skylanders, Amiibo and Lego will soar to 136 million units this year, with the entire smart toy industry to be boosted.

Published in Entertainment

Driven by automation and entertainment services, new research says Smart Home services, entertainment, health, energy and automation will more than double to $100 billion by 2020.

Published in Home Tech

Deloitte’s fourth annual Media Consumer Survey 2015 shows Australians are increasingly consuming connected media and entertainment on a variety of devices, with a sharp rise in social network use. While traditional TV use is still strong, 14 to 24 year olds spend only a quarter of their entertainment time on broadcast TV, preferring to stream their content.

Published in Entertainment

Analytica Ltd is an Australian company with a world first connected device to help women overcome Urinary Stress Incontinence, called Pericoach, and we interviewed its CEO for the details!

Published in Health
Monday, 03 November 2014 16:22

Sphero’s Ollie Ollie Ollie, oi - Fun Fun Fun!

Oi! Sphero’s app-controlled robot racer, Ollie, is coming to Australia this month for $149, and while more apps for Ollie are yet to come, its 60 minutes of playtime between charges and awesome on-phone sound effects is great fun!

Published in Entertainment
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