The guys who brought us Little Printer are collaborating with Twitter to create 4 beautifully crafted Twitter alerting birdhouses to be given as prizes to agencies which have demonstrated the most creative uses of Twitter.
The Wiimote is quick and the XBox Kinest is convenient, but they don’t truly deliver the performance you need for day-to-day use. This is MYO – the gesture-based controller that uses the movement of your muscles to identify commands.
It has now been a little under a year since Google unveiled to the world what I believe to be their most ambitious project to date – “Project Glass”. Today they have launched a new video that elaborates on the projects premise and nothing says anything better than a video so I will end on that note.
Suggestions that Apple are working on an iWatch has tickled the interest of excitable journalists. With a supposed team of 100 working on it the rumours might actually be true. Even if it is myth it’s still fun to wonder what it might look like. This is a concept from Esben Oxholm.
In just a few weeks Canonical will be releasing their open source mobile phone OS for users to install on their Android devices. With so many mixed opinions about it we decided to go along to Canonical HQ to see for ourselves how they’re going to wedge the OS into the mobile market.
Inspired by IQlight Krisztian Sulina has designed a mood lamp constructed by an array of panels which slot together to produce all kinds of shapes and sizes.
Move over Gangnam Style, there is a new phenomenon in town! This is a new meme called “Harlem Shake” and I think its awesome. From the hard baseline to the wacky antics and all in about 30 seconds.
Last night was your last chance to fund Good Night Lamp – the set of house-shaped lights synced across the internet. But as many Kickstarter projects do it did not achieve it’s goal of £360,000.
So you’ve been given a swanky new DSLR for Christmas and are snapping up all of the coffee like a pro-hipster should. But the fact that you can’t share your pictures on Instagram saddens you and you revert back to your crummy mobile camera. STAHP! There is another way – load your DSLR camera SDCard onto your Android and then upload like you would any other photo.
We have all seen Anti Piracy Ads before, however this latest one is a doozy. It may not achieve the desired results but it is quite entertaining.
Instagram clearly has a monopoly on the social photo scene. But that’s not stopping every man and his dog cloning them. The latest on the wagon is EyeEm.