With the rise of ultra high definition, 3D and projection technology, how close are we to a real home cinema experience?
Jane McGonigal gives a TED talk on how games can make us better and change the world.
Hundreds of thousands of people have witnessed a woman giving birth on a pavement in Berlin. Well, sort of.
This picture of a woman sprawling her legs, giving birth; fellow females holding what looks to be a newborn baby, on-lookers and someone flagging down an ambulance was making the rounds on Twitter yesterday as another sight [...]
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Forget pink tech. Editor, Jenny Williams, looks at how fashion is infultrating the technology industry – and there isn’t a shade of pink in sight
Let’s face it; technology isn’t a sexy industry. To remedy that, technology companies have been throwing pink at all of their products. Legally Blonde’s Ellie has been blamed for starting a [...]
Sunglasses, suncream, swimsuit…and laptop? As more holidaymakers than ever before are logging on while abroad, editor Jenny Williams asks if internet access abroad is enhancing or hindering our summer holidays
A recent survey claims 94 per cent of summer holidaymakers will be logging onto the web while abroad this year – double the number of [...]
You need 3D glasses to participate in any form of media these days. Next week, tabloid newspaper, The Sun, will publish a 3D issue (as reported in The Guardian), every new film release is in 3D, there’s 3D TVs, 3D adverts, heck, you can even get 3D scratchcards. By 2012, it is predicted that half of [...]
My mother can often been found on the roof. Whenever there’s a leak or a tile that needs fixing, it isn’t my Dad who rushes for his hand tools; my Mum is the DIY diva in our family home. So, when I recently found myself in an electrical goods shop, asking about electrical fuses, I [...]
According to Production Weekly, Zooey Deschanel is in talks to play the world’s first female computer programmer, Ada Lovelace, in “Enchantress Of Numbers”, to be directed by Bruce Beresford and released next year.
Born in 1815, Augusta Ada Byron – now known as Ada Lovelace – wrote the world’s first computer programme. She has become a [...]
It has become quite acceptable to find yourself at a party being challenged to perform your best SingStar song. Since 2005, with the release of Guitar Hero, play-along gaming has got bigger and bigger. We’ve been given SingStar, DJ Hero, Lips, Rock Revolution and even Easy Piano on the DS.
Meanwhile, the Mix Me In iPhone [...]