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Disney wants you to ditch the selfie stick before visiting its theme parks

Disney wants you to ditch the selfie stick before visiting its theme parks

By 29 June 2015

If you plan to visit one of Disney's theme parks soon, don't expect to snap selfies with friends or family. While you're allowed to still take them, you won't be able to get any nice angles or group shots with assistance from a selfie stick. The company... >>

World’s first pure electric double decker bus to hit London streets soon

World’s first pure electric double decker bus to hit London streets soon

By 29 June 2015

London is set to be the first place in the world to get a pure electric double decker bus, from this October. The announcement was made as part of the world-first Clean Bus Summit. On top of the electric double decker the Mayor of London also committed,... >>

Tap to pay from any bank using bPay wristband, fob or sticker

Tap to pay from any bank using bPay wristband, fob or sticker

By 29 June 2015

Barclaycard has released new ways for customers to use tap to pay. Now not only can wireless payments be made from cards but also from a wristband, key ring fob or sticker. The bPay wearables will work with any bank. This is thanks to a multi-platform... >>

Best juicers to buy now: Make being healthy easy

Best juicers to buy now: Make being healthy easy

By 26 June 2015

The point of a juicer isn't just to cram you full of healthy vitamins and minerals to make you feel and look better. It's to make you feel like the king of nature able to reduce mighty fruit to mere mush in minutes. We say mere mush – we mean nectar... >>

El Capitan code suggests Apple 21.5-inch iMac with 4K screen

El Capitan code suggests Apple 21.5-inch iMac with 4K screen

By 26 June 2015

Apple may be preparing a new 4K iMac for the 21.5-inch range. Currently Apple has its 27-inch iMac with 5K Retina display dazzling eyes with its high resolution screen. But the smaller 21.5-inch iMac hasn't had a screen update in some time. Code in the... >>

Builders beware, Hadrian the robot bricklayer can knock up a house in two days

Builders beware, Hadrian the robot bricklayer can knock up a house in two days

By 26 June 2015

The time of robots taking human jobs is well and truly here thanks to a robot bricklayer that can build a house shell in just two days. Hadrian the robot, named after the famous Roman defensive wall, was created by Australian aeronautical engineer, Mark... >>

Google's smart contact lens might already be ready for a consumer launch

Google's smart contact lens might already be ready for a consumer launch

By 26 June 2015

You might not have to wait until 2019 to get your hands on a smart contact lens from Google. The Google X team announced in 2014 that it developed a smart contact lens for measuring glucose levels in people with diabetes. It uses miniaturised electronics... >>

Your next television could be rolled out like clingfilm, micron thin screen could even be used in clothing

Your next television could be rolled out like clingfilm, micron thin screen could even be used in clothing

By 24 June 2015

If you thought current televisions were thin, you've seen nothing yet. A new display has been developed that's just microns thin, by comparison a human hair is 100-microns thick. This display discovery isn't just about televisions or phones though, this... >>

Save 33 per cent on an ultra-long MFi-certified charging cable

Save 33 per cent on an ultra-long MFi-certified charging cable

By 24 June 2015

Why should you have to choose between charging your devices and using them? When it comes to charging cables for your phone or tablet, size matters - and a longer cable means not being stuck next to a power outlet waiting for your device's battery to... >>

Google created a wristband that tracks your health for clinical trials

Google created a wristband that tracks your health for clinical trials

By 23 June 2015

Google has a group dedicated to life sciences, and it has recently been working on wristband device that's all about health tracking. But the wristband won't be marketed as a consumer device. Bloomberg has reported that Google's wristband, which has just... >>