I am bored. Having spent the last 15 years of my life reviewing tech gadgets, the last two years have seemed rather bland and repetitive.
Since my wife and I took away our daughter's Apple iPad, she has become a much happier child.
I tuned in to Toggle for the first time last week. MediaCorp's video-on-demand and live TV service has been around for some time, but I did not check it out until recently, when the Toggle app could be downloaded on Xbox Live.
It was a close battle between two traditional rivals this year, but in the end, both Samsung and Sony emerged the biggest winners in this year's Digital Life Awards.
I was so excited to get my LG G Watch R last week that I was like a kid all over again as I installed a ton of apps and tried out what I could do with my new gizmo.
For almost a decade, I have not worn a watch - or just about anything else - on my wrist. Who needs a watch when one's phone can tell the time?
At the far end of a hall in Sands Expo, a crowd gathered around a booth filled with little signs, whose main attraction seemed to be a boxy aluminium-clad machine that was humming almost inaudibly.
If you think that some geeks can be quite overbearing when championing one gadget over another, wait till you wade into a bunch of tech journos wrestling over which of the year's gadgets should be named "best".