ARTICLE SHUFFLE

Motorola RAZR HD The Review. a day in the hands of a maniac…
BigDawsTV Present Nerd Raps in the Hood…
Techno Beat RGB LED Coffee Tables, the Next Generation…
The A-10 Warthog Saved from Cuts, Sent To Work Fighting ISIS…
Google Project Ara, Be Part of It…
FoxBot, the Foxconn Robotic Revolution Begins…
Metalic Glass…
When Advertising Goes Bad: Microsoft’s ‘A Fly on the Wall at Cupertino’…
Steam Powered Clockwork Laptop…
Jonas Pfeil’s Spherical Panoramic Camera Ball…
Microsoft’s Curtain Call Keynote at CES gets the Pogo Treatment…
Recreating the Blade Runner Theme Song on an Electric Guitar…
The Xbox TV, Xbox 720 and Project Durango take shape, the 50 shades of Microsoft Xbox…
The H.265 HDTV Standard, The New Digital Container For Our Content…
Facebook Makes Tinfoil Hats…
Top Fuel Drag Boat Problem Child in Action at Thunder on the River…
Google Fibre TV, Gigabit Speeds and Cable TV From the Google Machine…
Sifteo Cubes 2, The Second Generation Electronic Board Game Replacement…
Lights Twisted Side, the Hidden Properties of Light…
GAME: Dead Island Review…
The Hoverboard Distance World Record Smashed.
Nissan Develops Self-Cleaning Car Coating, Produces Cool Muddy Video…
Boogie RIP e-Writer: Etch A Sketch For Grownups…
Age of Empires II Returns With a HD Reboot, Missing Time Now Has a New Explanation…
ISOStick, USB Memory Überstick…
32bit or 64bit, which bit is better ?…
Nature Blows, Rattles and Rolls. The Typhoon and Earth Quake Connection…
NASA’s Planet Hunter Kepler Discovers Planet Darkness…
The KODAK PLAYFULL Dual. A Pocket Full of Dreams…
Night of the Northern Lights…

Monthly Archives: December 2014

Design In Motion. The Uber Keyboard…

Design In Motion. The Uber Keyboard…

Japanese industrial design company Minebea have created the greatest looking piece of computer equipment ever. It’s glossy, has much tech bling, is completely function and it’s a keyboard. The product of legendary designer Dr. Kazuo Kawasaki – professor at Osaka University who had been Apple design director in early 1990s – the Cool Leaf will… Continue Reading…

32bit or 64bit, which bit is better ?…

32bit or 64bit, which bit is better ?…

32 or 64 bit, a question that seems as common as coffee or tea at the moment. It is a question that will fade away like a favourite old computer, eventually 64bit will be the dominant standard for both CPU’s and Operating Systems, 32bit will disappear. The progression of technology rolls on, stopping at all… Continue Reading…

The Time of the OLED is Fast Approaching…

The Time of the OLED is Fast Approaching…

This week scientist from the University of Toronto announced the development of a new production process for OLED panels. OLED are the next generation display that will replace Plasma and LCD TV‘s. While they are prohibitively expensive at the moment new advancements are changing this more every day. Many of the best mobile phone screens… Continue Reading…

Kinect SDK, Developers Waving Madly…

Kinect SDK, Developers Waving Madly…

Microsoft in February announced the release of the software developers kit – SDK – for their now ubiquitous hands free controller, the Kinect. This is the part of the Kinects software that lets clever programs use its various functions. The kit itself won’t be released till September but the release does open the Kinect up… Continue Reading…

Alienware’s New Extreme, the M18x. My Other Car is an Alienware…

Alienware’s New Extreme, the M18x. My Other Car is an Alienware…

Dell this week has announced two new Alienware gaming laptops, the M14x and M18x. With looks straight out of a Geiger inspired movie and extreme hardware these are not corporate laptops for tinkering in spreadsheets. The M18x especially is an exercise in the Extreme. Like a geek game of one up man-ship Dell has taken… Continue Reading…

Lights Twisted Side, the Hidden Properties of Light…

Lights Twisted Side, the Hidden Properties of Light…

University of Michigan boffins have discovered, while shooting lasers through glass, that light shining through non conductive materials exhibit strong magnetic characteristics. The magnetic properties of light were thought to be so weak that they could simply be ignored. With this research that has all changed, the assumption as it turns out was drastically wrong.… Continue Reading…

Chumby 8, Our Favourite Über Widget…

Chumby 8, Our Favourite Über Widget…

Chumby our favourite internet gadget company has just released Chumby 8, an upgrade to the already excellent internet device. Chumby is a small gadget that allows you to load add-on applications to the screen turning the gadget into anything you want. More than just the ultimate bedside device, think clock radio or alarm clock with… Continue Reading…

Bridgestone Rolls out E-Paper…

Bridgestone Rolls out E-Paper…

Bridgestone, a company normally known for putting rubber on the road has diversified into the display market with their AeroBee Electronic paper. An ultra low power display that doesn’t require power to hold the picture. E-Paper displays look much more like a newspaper than a normal LCD display. By moving black and white magnetic particles… Continue Reading…

It Wasn’t Video That Killed the Radio Star, it was Television, YouTube Television…

It Wasn’t Video That Killed the Radio Star, it was Television, YouTube Television…

Google has been very busy of late, it takes a lot of work to prepare for a Television Revolution, are you ready for YouTube TV. As more and more people use the internet for their video content this may turn out to be a very clever idea. On the content side Google’s is rumoured to… Continue Reading…