Have you ever tried to sketch the layout of a house in your favourite cartoon or TV series? It’s not easy! Well one Spanish artist has done all the hard work for you, and is making his drawings available to buy as artwork in your home or office.
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The Consumer Electronics Show is not all about gadgets and big screen TVs – there’s a lot more to be found around the huge exhibition. EFTM came across a brand of TV cabinets called iGO which looks to solve that all too common problem of less than desirable audio quality coming from your big shiny new [...]
One of the biggest surprises of CES 2013 has been the unveiling of curved screen TV, with both Samsung and LG revealing their versions today in Las Vegas.
While Smart TVs have been selling in droves over the last 12 months or more, the actual use of the “smart” part of the TV is known within the industry to be low. Samsung has accepted EFTM’s challenge at CES this year to redesign the interface with its redesigned Smart Hub on new model TVs in [...]
As we expected, CES 2013 is dominated early on by news of new TVs, bigger TVs and new TV technologies. It seems this is the year for finding new ways to tell people they need to buy a new TV so stand by to be bamboozled.
Belkin figures that people want more versatility when it comes to watching TV these days. The @TV delivers that through the ability to access your live and recorded TV on your mobile devices.
The Olympic Games is one of the biggest sporting events in the world, so it’s no surprise that Australians will be watching TV and listening to the Radio in likely record numbers over the two weeks of the games. We’ve spoken to all the major broadcast networks to get you the detail of exactly what you’ll [...]
24 year old Sebastian Vettel is easy to dislike. He’s been the Red Bull team’s favourite ahead of Aussie Mark Webber and his arrogance some times can make you want to cheer for anyone but him. But a recent appearance on Letterman shows that Seb’s actually an okay guy!
Australians have a natural affinity for complaining. Often, it’s for a very good reason. Other times it’s for what seems like a good reason. Then there the times that without the facts, it’s hard to do anything but complain. HD TV in Australia is a bit of all three.
Cheap and cheerful and Bang & Olufsen are two things that don’t usually go together. But after the launch of the more affordable Bang & Olufsen Play brand, the Danish high-end AV manufacturer has continued with its new direction by adding a TV to the budget line up.