This week in the Future

September 9, 2013

Samsung-Galaxy-Gear-Watchnissan-nismosamsung watchsony watchqualcom watchWith the imminent arrival of the new iPhone 6s and 6c, with what we are led to believe will be fingerprint recognition scanners, better graphics faster processors and in the case of the 5C rainbow colour choices and a cheaper price tag, David Dowsett of ABC Wide Bay and I took a look at what else is happening in tech land.

The other big story is the purchase by Microsoft of Nokia mobile, as the software giant takes another big step into the mobile space, we also look at the avalanche of new smart watches about to hit our shops and Google’s newest operating system Kit Kat.

Listen now to our round up of all things tech…

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Is this the new look in computer interfaces?

February 21, 2013

google-glassesClarke Kent took off his glasses to become Superman, but Google is hoping you’ll put on their glasses and transform yourself into superman and superwoman.

Google Glass just launched its website and video to explain what it hopes will be the next revolution in computer interface technologies, a pair of glasses that let you see the real world and digital world simultaneously – think Top Gun heads up display – and allows you to speak your commands to it.

If you’re an eager beaver you can get your hands on an early model of this $1,500 new gadget, by entering a competition and flying to the States to pick up your prize.

Take a look at the video and website and let me know whether you think this new gadget is going to take off or not.