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Week 7, 2012: Grow your own… furniture? Apps for the illiterate

April 26, 2012 - 11:00 am

Reverse your thinking and grow your own furniture like Berlin/Singapore designer, Werner Aisslinger.
There are 793 million illiterate adults in the world. So it is no surprise that technologist have built an app to help people to communicate and read. Bradley explores this great story in this weeks STR.

As seen on Global TV’s Shaw Tech Report.

Connected Life on Global: Pebble, Kickstarter and Get Involved

April 19, 2012 - 3:49 pm

Bradley talks about Kickstarter, The Pebble Watch and Getting Involved.

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Kickstarter: Pebble E-Watch

Week 6, 2012: Bio-metric Banking & Flying Cars

April 18, 2012 - 11:04 am

What’s new in Japan? Never carry your bank card again all of your information is on the palm of your hand!
Flying car are here and available on the market later this year. Can you see yourself flying to work?

As seen on Global TV’s Shaw Tech Report.

Week 6, 2012: Tech Bananas, Draw Something and Aquaponics

April 16, 2012 - 12:55 pm

Bradley peels into a pile of bananas and lets you know why GMO might be good after all. Draw Something is a major phone craze that has attracted over 50 million users and was recently acquired for 200 Million dollars. Fish + Hydroponics = Aquaponics. This is a great and innovative way for you to grow your own veggies and fish at the same time.

As seen on Global TV’s Shaw Tech Report.

Connected LIfe on Global: Flashback Trojan on Apple Computers

April 12, 2012 - 4:04 pm

Bradley explains and discusses the recent Flashback Trojan Virus on Apple Computers.

A malicious malware called Flashback has exploited a security flaw on Java plugin making it vulnerable to attacks. It is confirmed that more than 600,000Apple computers have been affected worldwide, 100,000 of which is in Canada. The incident is an eye opener for mac users which usually boasts about macs being invulnerable to viruses.