How to Reboot Your Burnt-Out Brain

Andreas Milano

LG: That’s a good one. I have found the screen time limits to be too easy to ignore, frankly. But like any habit, probably just takes a little bit of effort. So when you get the notification that your time limit is up, you should probably just start paying attention to that and pick up, as you put it, use your hands to pick up something else.

AH: Your cat will thank you.

LG: Yes, very much so.

MC: All right. So we’re going to take a break right now and when we come back we’re

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Tekkiepix promises gadget photography through the ages

Andreas Milano

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Remember when ‘gadgets’ were virtually the size of your living room and you needed to spend the equivalent of several months wages just to record some rubbish TV show on to a tape that invariably got caught in your machine.

Now thanks to new website Tekkiepix you can cheer yourself up looking at pictures of devices from yesteryear and re-living those good old days!

Conceived by journalist and broadcaster Barry Fox has, www.tekkiepix.com features a multitude of historic photos spanning more than a century of technical milestones and product launches – and the fascinating stories behind them.

2021 heralds

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Meet the online gadget show, a hall of mirrors to the future

Andreas Milano

Every January, huge crowds descend on Las Vegas for the CES gadget show, an extravaganza of tech and glitz intended to set the tone for the coming year in consumer technology. CES kicks off this week, but thanks to the pandemic, it will be in a radical new format — a “virtual” show taking place only in cyberspace.



FILE - In this Jan. 7, 2020 file photo, crowds enter the convention center on the first day of the CES tech show,  in Las Vegas. Every January, huge crowds descend on Las Vegas for the CES gadget show, an extravaganza of tech and glitz intended to set the tone for the coming year in consumer technology. CES kicks off this week, but thanks to the pandemic, it will be in a radical new format — a “virtual” show taking place only in cyberspace. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)


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FILE – In this Jan. 7, 2020 file photo, crowds enter the convention center on the first day of the CES tech show, in Las Vegas. Every January, huge crowds descend on Las Vegas for the CES

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Review: Going to the mat with the Lenovo Yoga 9i 2-in-1 laptop

Andreas Milano

There once was a time when 2-in-1 laptops were the very definition of compromise. Yes, they boasted the lighter weight and portability of a notebook. And yes, they offered the convenience of tablet-style touch functionality. Oftentimes, however, that all came at the expense of computing muscle. 



an open laptop computer sitting on top of a wooden table: The Lenovo Yoga 9i 2-in-1 convertible laptop.


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The Lenovo Yoga 9i 2-in-1 convertible laptop.

Then you’ve got the Lenovo Yoga 9i.

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Part of the latest crop of premium 2-in-1 offerings to hit the market, the Yoga 9i features excellent performance on top of the familiar

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Never lose your keys again: The handy gadget taking the world by storm

Andreas Milano

Thousands are praising this handy gadget that organises your keys – and saying it’s the everyday item you ‘didn’t know you needed’

  • The Orbitkey key organiser is being praised by Australians on social media 
  • The gadget arranges your keys into a silent stack and prevents scratches
  • It has a fob that connects to your phone to ensure the keys can be found
  • The $49.90 buy is also made from plant-based and vegan-friendly material

A helpful gadget has caught the attention

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West Palm brother/sister make Shark Tank pitch for drink-spike prevention scrunchie

Andreas Milano

A West Palm Beach sister and brother, Shirah and Michael Benarde, both graduates of Oxbridge Academy, are scheduled to pitch their product “NightCap” on ABC’s Shark Tank when it airs at 8 p.m. Friday.

NightCap, a drink-spiking prevention scrunchie, can be worn as a hair scrunchie or as a wristband. The cover fits tightly over most glasses and solo cups used in bars, restaurants and at parties, making it much more difficult for a drink to be spiked with tranquilizing “date rape” drugs. There is also a small opening for a straw. The cap is hidden inside the scrunchie.

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