I unboxed my iBeani at work just when one of the IT support guys were passing my desk. They wouldn’t believe the skull and crossbones I was holding up was, in anyway, a tablet stand. My partner thought it looked like a beanbag for a cat. It’s easy to understand the confusion. I’ve a few […]
Hey UK readers? Are you left annoyed by all those E3 titles which are coming to UK only after they’ve been released elsewhere? Here’s a competition to make it up to you and it’s only open to folk with a United Kingdom shipping address. What’s up for grabs? A voucher from Tech21 to grab a […]
This gamer hasn’t yet bought a ‘next gen’ console. Incredible, huh? It’s mainly due to life throwing curve balls but a little bit due to most games still being available for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. There are numerous Xbox 360s and PlayStation 3s kicking around this small flat. This E3 changes things; firstly […]
There’s a Canary that defends our flat. The video camera looks nice, can see in the dark and detect movement. It’s pretty cool but it doesn’t have Sith powers. This design from Kim Hyeonseok and PDF Designers is also a home camera … and something far darker! Okay, other than scoring a truck load of […]
This is the mark II and therefore an improved design. The custom made revolver has a laser targeting system (which makes sense, right!) and is strong enough to pop black balloons and burn paper. Clearly we’re still along way off from having hip carried lasers as weapons of significance but we can have fun with […]
Pong is considered by many to be the first video game. What about a life action version of it? No, not with ping pong balls and a table – something more geeky! The masterminds behind this build are Daniel Perdomo, Alvaro Salsamendi and Constantino Voulgaris. They’re currently looking for a hardware incubator to help turn […]
Fancy mixing the Dark Knight into your tech porn? In a stunt to help promote Injustice: Gods Among Us Samsung have a special edition S7 Edge. Got to say – quite tempted by the S7 edge. What puts me off? TouchWiz. Whether you fancy the S7 edge or not you’ll probably have to admit this […]
I’ve an old Sony Vaio as my laptop. It’s ancient and has Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 installed on it during its life and while it’s struggling now two of my original decision factors for it were spot on. At the time, the Sony Vaio was one of the lightest around, given that […]
These helmets are clever Star Wars tech! Created for a Hackmaster competition these helmets allow whoever is wearing them to communicate with each other. The rest of us just hear Star Wars droid bleepling.
Steamwork fans and inventors should be aware of Paris-based designer Pierre Jean Tardiveau. He makes some incredible ‘scopes. We’re talking about polariscopes, callikryptoscopes and devices like the Juipter Pendulum. The image above is of a wonderful looking steampunk lamp and the videos below will show you how clever Tardiveau’s creations are. This is steampunk science.