Whether it's new phone technology, super sleek big screen TVs, and refrigerators that look after your waistline, the future is on its way here.
The fight for the remote control is over.
With the unveiling of Samsung's OLED 3D Smart TV control is in your hands. You can change channels and turn the volume up or down just by using your body – the TV watches your moves and responds.More stories from Today Tonight
It's TV tai-chi and Samsung's Brad Wright says it's the way of the future.
“For people who don't know what OLED is, it’s the next generation of flat panel TV technology, where each individual pixel basically creates its own colour and its own light source,” Wright said.
Joseph Hanlon of technology news website CNET says the head-turning competition is on in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show. For Hanlon it’s an indication of what's coming our way.
“We've got voice control and gesture control, so you will be able to walk into your living room and say ‘hi TV’ and the TV will turn on. And you will also be able to use your voice to change the channel,” Hanlon said.
LG is giving itself a pat on the back for the world's largest 3D OLED TV. It’s a 55 inch TV that's only 4 millimetres thick - that's thinner than your pinkie.
The Consumer Electronics Show is a virtual catwalk for anything new in the world of technology, unveiling plenty of whiz-bang to the world.
Toshiba has the first glasses-free 3D TV, which works with a head-tracking device.
The technology figures out where in the room you are and then locks in the 3D effect.
Alexander Graham Bell would be stunned to see what’s been done to his telephone.
Now competitors are trying to take a bite out of the Apple, with Nokia serving up an ultra slim and fast phone - the Nokia Lumia 900.
Nokia's first LTE phone allows you to download MP3s, stream movies from Netflex and even just browse the web at amazing speeds.
Gadgets, gizmos and 'must-haves' now have trademarks, and with their very own trade show our insatiable appetite for more of the new keeps on being fed.
And in the kitchen there’s finally a friend to all dieters, found in the fridge.
LG has a fridge with a smart TV that tracks what's inside, and has voice recognition to help plan what you eat.
In fact it's a fridge that polices your produce. When you're out shopping for groceries LG Smart Manager can let you know what's in your fridge, where it's located, and when it's going to expire.
“There are a lot of bragging rights to new technology, but at the end of the day it’s about streamlining the way you do things in the home,” Hanlon concluded.Contact details