Smart cities powered by 5G will not only optimise public spaces, transport, business and home functions leading to better sustainability, liveability, productivity, and workability, they will also promote economic growth, which will be essential for Australia’s recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has identified five ways that 5G is being used to shape the future of smart cities across personal and home applications, waste management, energy efficiency, public safety and security, and mobility.
This week on the show, we invited Mike Boyd, CEO/Founder of Contact Light. Mike discussed updates on Apple Fitness+ and iPhone 13.
One of the oldest and most recognizable phone brands globally, Motorola joins us this week. We invited Kurt Bonnici, Head of Motorola ANZ who shared their latest Motorola Edge 20 Range.
The newest motorola edge devices offer more of what consumers are looking for, including an advanced 108-megapixel camera, 6.7” OLED display, and ultra slim design at more accessible price points to give users more ways than ever to share their story. Equipped with Motorola’s new Ready For platform, consumers can take their smartphone beyond traditional boundaries by amplifying everyday experiences – work productivity, gaming, video chatting and entertainment – to larger displays.
On the show this week, we had Patrick Delany, Foxtel Group CEO who shared the latest iQ5.
The iQ5 can be connected via the internet to stream Foxtel content or it can be connected via a satellite installation. This gives you the option to either use the iQ5 in internet only mode without the need for a satellite installation or you can use the box with the standard satellite technology (depending on the setup of your home).
The iQ5 also comes with a detachable external hard drive; while you don’t need the hard drive to watch Foxtel, you will need it to use the recording capabilities of the iQ5.
We are still getting a lot of questions about laptop options, timely Lenovo has launched their latest range. We invited Matt Codrington, Managing Director from Lenovo who discussed their latest releases.
Yoga Slim 7 Carbon – Light, Thin and Strong Let’s start with the durable lightweight laptop with excellent OLED display that’s built for an active lifestyle, the Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Carbon. By combining high craftsmanship with portability, Yoga devices continually usher in purposeful innovation and more choice to enable consumers to put their best foot forward. Featuring up to 8-core AMD RyzenTM 7 5800U Series Mobile Processors with AMD RadeonTM Graphics, the laptop is also available with optional NVIDIA® GeForce® MX450 graphics for supercharged content creation.
Entertainment made right, Versatility on the go – The Lenovo Tab P12 Pro
When it’s time to relax, treat yourself to a premium multimedia experience with the innovative Lenovo Tab P12 Pro that’s packed with all the clever bells and whistles you’ve come to expect from a Lenovo flagship Android tablet – like its brilliant AMOLED display, immersive sound, long lasting battery and all- new digital pen with magnetic attach for wireless charging and anti-lost alert, plus bouncier key travel via detachable keyboard.