A team at Brunel University London has developed a new system, which helps people with Parkinson’s disease overcome debilitating walking problems.Read More
Transport for London’s decision to revoke Uber’s license to operate came as a shock to many, but look deeper and you can see why they deserved it.Read More
I get it. We’re all scared in the wake of the tragedy in Westminster last Wednesday. Khalid Masood’s actions in committing this atrocity are truly reprehensible. But digital communication is not at fault, and adding an Orwellian level of surveillance is not the answer.Read More
Nissan has announced they will be the first car manufacturer to put autonomous cars on public roads in Europe – being cleared by UK Government to begin trials in Britain.Read More
Transport for London is creating an 'intelligent street,' which brings more green technology to the capital city. This system could power lighting by using the kinetic energy from pedestrians plodding along the pavement.Read More
Wearables are quickly becoming a technological and cultural norm, which alongside the rise in augmented reality makes 2015 an exciting year for new innovations. With this in mind, I'm proud to say the New Rising Media team will be at this year's Wearable Technology Show and Augmented Reality Show to cover it all for the first time.Read More
Nokia is expected to launch a new flagship Windows 8 phone at a launch event in London today, and we will be streaming the event here live at 10am BST.Read More
Ever wanted to see the invisible, and hear the silent? So has Tim Bouckley and a team of students at the Royal College of Arts in London, who have created two pieces of experimental equipment to vastly improve your senses of sight and sound. These two devices combine Project Eidos, in no way related to this Eidos.
Just seven months ago in our vast age of infancy, we were given a fantastic opportunity to attend and cover Gadget Show Live. I am now pleased to announce that we will be popping along to London's own ExCel, entering the cornucopia of nerd behaviour, and covering Gadget Show Live @ Christmas.
Whether it’s in devouring some of Bertie Bott’s famed Every Flavour Beans, quenching a thirst with a pint of The Three Broomsticks’ prized butterbeer, window-shopping as you make your way down Diagon Alley's crooked streets, or becoming acquainted with Hogwarts staff in the Great Hall, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London offers its visitors an insight into the making of Harry Potter in a way no amount of on-disc documentaries, cast and crew interviews or director commentaries ever can. We went to check it out...
How’s this for a sensationalist, videogame-bashing headline: ‘Xbox paedophile predators 'move in on prey within two minutes of contact’'? If there was ever a reason to cry fowl of the mainstream presses misunderstanding and vindication of gaming, it’s right here. London’s daily free-sheet Metro today brings alarmist reporting and misplaced fear-mongering to an all-new high, reporting ‘alarming findings’ that makes the paedophile population of Xbox Live sound like a feral pack of ferocious lions stalking their evening meal across the dusty plains of online lobbies, leaderboards and friends lists. An image used of the first-generation Xbox is the icing on the cake.
Sony is set to bring playable PlayStation Vita demo units to UK cities ahead of the handheld's launch on February 22, the company has reported. Like Nintendo's 'Believe Your Eyes' 3DS tour before it, Sony is bringing 'Vita Rooms' to Glasgow, Birmingham and London throughout January and February 2012 – kicking off at 63 Deansgate in Manchester from Friday 13th to Wednesday 18th January.
Forget what you thought about the traditional, rather underwhelming design motifs and hardware specifications of Blackberrys. If this image and the accompanying details leaked to The Verge are to be believed, RIM might be on there way... to further continue their position as the smartphone that had it's day; but now seems like the plucky underdog.
First it was the mass genocide of civilians in the predecessor, and now it's the death of a child due to an exploding truck in Modern Warfare 3. We're sitting in anticipation for this one to raise the mass concern among the British press.
London's Old Bill, The Met Police, have bought in a highly sophisticated mobile surveillance system. Through this, they can create a masquerade mobile network, coax your phone into connecting to it, then trace all communications and your IMEI number. Uncomfortable stuff to say the least.
Jordan Blackshaw and Perry Sutcliffe-Keenan had their appeals to the court rejected, as they were sentenced to 4 years at her Majesty's pleasure, for the incitement of rioting via Facebook. Lawyers claimed for this to be "Manifestly excessive," whereas the Lord Judge saw it differently