Friday , 24 February 2017

Heal plans nationwide expansion for doctor house calls on demand

Already a hit in the limited California regions that it serves, doctor-on-demand startup Heal is planning to take its house call service to more cities across the country. Today, the company announced that it would be expanding into cities in Florida, Texas, New York and Pennsylvania by the end of the year. It has been only two years since Heal’s first doctor ... Read More »

Research heralds better and bidirectional brain-computer interfaces

A pair of studies, one from Stanford and another from the University of Geneva, exemplify the speed with which brain-computer interfaces are advancing; and while you won’t be using one instead of a mouse and keyboard any time soon, even in its nascent form the tech may prove transformative for the disabled. First comes work from Stanford: an improved microelectrode ... Read More »

The ultimate surround sound guide

Everything you need to know about immersive audio Are the movies (or games) being shown on your home cinema really getting the audio treatment that your ears deserve? There’s now a huge choice of tech offering surround sound experiences, and we’re here to guide you through some of the options you’ve got. While surround sound kit doesn’t get upgraded quite ... Read More »

T3 Agenda: The Pro-Ject turntable you play on your wall, curved gaming monitors from AOC and more

T3’s daily roundup of the best new announcements, product reveals and goings-on from the world of tech In today’s Monday edition of the T3 Agenda, we decide to take our newly growing vinyl collection vertical with the wall-mounted VT-E BT from Pro-Ject, add some curve to our gaming monitor setup and much more… You can stick the Pro-Ject VT-E BT ... Read More »

Gaana app introduces support for Android Auto

Domestic music streaming app Gaana today released a Android Auto version that allows users to stream their favourite music via Android Auto compatible phones, vehicles and aftermarket radio. Any user with an Android phone (running 5.0 or later) can use Android Auto with a driver friendly interface to access the stuff like directions, communications, music etc without the distraction of ... Read More »

Buying a Switch? Secure your new Nintendo online user ID now

The official launch of Nintendo’s latest console is just around the corner , but Nintendo has already opened registrations for its new Nintendo Account user ID system which, apparently replaces the current Nintendo Network ID system and, presumably, will be how Switch gamers are identified online. (Confusing, no?) Without any fanfare, Nintendo made the sign-up option available to users with ... Read More »

The best free privacy software 2017

The best free privacy software 2017 Online privacy is a hot topic, with even world leaders weighing in on the subject . Many of the big-name websites and companies will track your activities to deliver targeted advertising, and can build up an astonishingly detailed profile including your interests, spending habits, age, location and more. If you would prefer to keep ... Read More »

Download of the day: Avidemux

Avidemux Everybody’s a movie maker these days: we think nothing of pulling out our smartphones to create a quick clip, turning on the webcam to share our stuff on YouTube or switching to slo-mo when we see someone fall on their backside in an amusing way. But what if you need to do more than just record? Pro-level video editing ... Read More »