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Zepp Golf motion tracker updated: The sports wearable that genuinely improves your swing

Zepp Golf motion tracker updated: The sports wearable that genuinely improves your swing

By 30 January 2015

Motion tracking for sports and specifically golf is not exactly new, but the best device we've used in recent times was the GolfSense, which strapped to the back of a golf glove and sent data via Bluetooth to an iPhone, iPad or Android device. We loved... >>

Hands-on: FiftyThree Pencil review: Going for gold

Hands-on: FiftyThree Pencil review: Going for gold

By 30 January 2015

Paper by FiftyThree is a beautiful app that allows you to draw to your heart's content on the iPad with little interference. And recently, the developer announced a tie-in with Adobe to make Paper compatible with the Creative Cloud. However, that's not... >>

What comes next after we're done with the Internet of Things? Intel gives us some clues

What comes next after we're done with the Internet of Things? Intel gives us some clues

By 30 January 2015

What's going to be the next big thing after the Internet of Things? It might be a massive trend right now, but once the standards have been cracked and every device and appliance you own is connected to the cloud and each other, eyes will be looking... >>

Never feel trapped on a flight again: Quantas adds Samsung Gear VR to its planes

Never feel trapped on a flight again: Quantas adds Samsung Gear VR to its planes

By 30 January 2015

One of the best places to escape the confines of reality is probably on a flight. So rather ideally Quantas flights between Australia and the US will now offer Samsung Gear VR headsets to whisk passengers off to virtual reality. The Samsung Gear VR... >>

Forget 3D, 4DX is the future of cinema and here's why

Forget 3D, 4DX is the future of cinema and here's why

By 30 January 2015

Cineworld in Milton Keynes has given a glimpse of what the future of cinema may be and it's not 3D. In fact, it's beyond 3D as we found out in the UK's first ever 4DX screening. We were invited to the cinema's screening of Kingsman: The Secret Service... >>

Goodbye passport, a selfie will get you around the EU soon

Goodbye passport, a selfie will get you around the EU soon

By 29 January 2015

The selfie has reached another level of popularity as officials announce a new passport card that can feature a selfie photo taken on your phone. The cards can be used to travel anywhere in the EU without a passport, once you've registered and sent... >>

Drones for Good: 19 ways drones will improve our lives

Drones for Good: 19 ways drones will improve our lives

By 29 January 2015

Who knew drones could be useful for something other than having fun? You’ve seen drones for taking pictures. You’ve seen drones for getting access to hard-to-reach areas. You’ve seen drones for delivering stuff. You’ve seen drones for monitoring.... >>

This paper-thin battery can be folded 200,000 times and still keep its charge

This paper-thin battery can be folded 200,000 times and still keep its charge

By 28 January 2015

Flexible gadgets are about to become more mainstream than ever thanks to a bendy battery that's as thin as paper and is here to redefine "cutting edge". Jenax's J.Flex battery is a bit like paper in size and can be folded, screwed up or twisted all while... >>

Robot-body upgrade anyone? A worm has had its mind put into a Lego robot

Robot-body upgrade anyone? A worm has had its mind put into a Lego robot

By 28 January 2015

It's finally happened, the mind of a living organism has been put into the body of a man-made robot. Specifically a Lego robot has been made that now thinks like a worm. The OpenWorm project has mapped connections between a worm's 302 neurons and simulated... >>

Future batteries, coming soon: charge in seconds, last months and power over the air

Future batteries, coming soon: charge in seconds, last months and power over the air

By 28 January 2015

While smartphones, smarthomes and even smart wearables are growing ever more advanced, they're still limited by power. The battery hasn't advanced in decades. But we're on the verge of a power revolution. Big technology companies, and now car companies... >>


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