2019 is set to be another amazing year for video games. Here are ten titles you should get excited for over the next 12 months…Read More
A lot of people are inventing many ways they see humans controlling computers in the future. A team at Bristol University have had a go at answering this question by using focused ultrasound to create 3D haptic shapes out of air that you can see and touch.Read More
We've seen many efforts in bringing the world closer to space, all from a plethora of multi-billion pound companies. But imagine a mission to the stars ran by four guys in a garage and, possibly, you. Introducing WREN: the first satellite you can fly.Read More
As far as novel input peripherals go, Tobii’s gaze-tracking addition to the keyboard and mouse standard is a fairly interesting one. And now, it can control Microsoft’s latest OS.
Chances are you wouldn't expect a cockroach to make a statement about the overstimulating connection between humans and social media. But that is what artist Brittany Ransom has done with the TweetRoach.
Wearable computing is close to part of the technological mainstream. Google are just two years off releasing Glass, and Apple have begun filing patents to ensure yet another campaign in the courts throughout the life of augmented reality. But what is the future of this emerging technology?
The answer could be rather dystopian, as a short film produced by a group of Israeli shows.
It seems that Samsung have developed a rather healthy ecosystem of what they call "smart" devices. With this, they've introduced the amalgamation of these different devices into one connected form: a rebranding of the original AllShare into what they've announced to be "AllShare Play" at their CES 2012 keynote.