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If Pixar made a real home-helper robot it would be Jibo, coming soon

If Pixar made a real home-helper robot it would be Jibo, coming soon

By 21 July 2014

Meet Jibo, the smart personal assistant, cameraman, video portal and educator. Created from the brains at MIT this might be the most human robot yet, and it's coming to your home soon. Currently on Indiegogo, Jibo has already smashed its $100,000 goal... >>

Legoland Windsor gets free Wi-Fi, now you can watch The Lego Movie surrounded by Lego

Legoland Windsor gets free Wi-Fi, now you can watch The Lego Movie surrounded by Lego

By 21 July 2014

Legoland has partnered with The Cloud to offer free Wi-Fi throughout the Windsor theme park. Visitors can use the free wireless internet connection as much as they like while on the site, and can also access Legoland's Q-bot service, which allows them... >>

Recon Jet AR glasses get update, including spare batteries for longer life

Recon Jet AR glasses get update, including spare batteries for longer life

By 21 July 2014

Recon has released an update statement for its Jet heads-up display glasses that are being hailed as "Google Glass for sports". Recon Jet is a set of sports glasses with the heads-up display interface that's already proved popular for use in snowboard... >>

How to stop your gadgets from overheating in the summer heatwave

How to stop your gadgets from overheating in the summer heatwave

By 18 July 2014

The UK is finally seeing a bit of sun and heat this summer. So rare is this occasion that most people won't realise their gadgets could be damaged from overheating. We've put together this guide to make sure you don't lose speed or gadget life from the... >>

Taking Honda's Uni-cub for a ride: Is it more than just a bar stool with wheels?

Taking Honda's Uni-cub for a ride: Is it more than just a bar stool with wheels?

By 18 July 2014

It's a bar stool with wheels. That's the first thing that came into our heads when we saw the Honda Uni-cub, the future of mobility according to Honda; well certainly around museums, offices, or shopping centres. Of course it is much more than that, as... >>

Game of phones: How to make this Iron Throne for your mobile

Game of phones: How to make this Iron Throne for your mobile

By 18 July 2014

Well this is going to win the entire internet today, a Game of Thrones iron throne that works as a stand for your phone. Despite it's amazing level of detail this is relatively easy to make. Got a few hours to spare this weekend? The nimble fingered and... >>

ASIMO up close: The friendly robot visits Europe, we say hello

ASIMO up close: The friendly robot visits Europe, we say hello

By 17 July 2014

There's a hush of anticipation as we wait for the all-new ASIMO to walk onto a makeshift stage inside a warehouse in an industrial estate just outside Brussels. It's understandable. It is the first time ASIMO (Advanced Step In Innovative Mobility) has... >>

Amazon says the Fujifilm Instax Share SP-1 printer will fly off shelves this Christmas, here's why

Amazon says the Fujifilm Instax Share SP-1 printer will fly off shelves this Christmas, here's why

By 17 July 2014

Although the Fujifilm Instax Share SP-1 printer has been available for a couple of months, Amazon is predicting it will be a huge success for Christmas. During the retailer's annual Christmas in July event in London, a company spokesman told Pocket-lint... >>

Keep your kids fit and healthy while they play, LeapFrog LeapBand is their own activty tracker

Keep your kids fit and healthy while they play, LeapFrog LeapBand is their own activty tracker

By 17 July 2014

LeapFrog has entered the wearables market with a cross between a sports fitness band and a smartwatch that encourages kids to keep healthy by playing games. The LeapBand activity tracker is a watch-like device that kids between four and seven can wear.... >>

The Airbus E-Fan is the Tesla of the skies, almost

The Airbus E-Fan is the Tesla of the skies, almost

By 17 July 2014

There's something slightly eerie about watching the Airbus E-Fan slip along the runway near silence. This is an electrically-powered aircraft, so there's no roaring engine as this prototype takes to the air, just the hissing of the electric fans. It reminds... >>