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Builders beware, now you can 3D print a whole house

Builders beware, now you can 3D print a whole house

By 19 January 2015

The future of 3D printing could see homes sprayed out from nozzles if China's latest creation is anything to go by. Both a mansion and a tower block have been 3D printed in Suzhou, eastern China. The 3D printed structures were created as a proof of concept... >>

Motorola launches Dodo leather bands in four different colours for Moto 360

Motorola launches Dodo leather bands in four different colours for Moto 360

By 16 January 2015

Moto 360 owners can now take things to the next level, as Motorola has launched new leather bands for its smartwatch. Now available only through Motorola's website are four new watch straps made by Dodo. They're described as "premium Pergamena leather... >>

Octa TabletTail MonkeyTail is an iPad stand with a lot of potential, if you got a place for it (hands-on)

Octa TabletTail MonkeyTail is an iPad stand with a lot of potential, if you got a place for it (hands-on)

By 16 January 2015

Although there are several iPad stands on the market, one in particular caught our attention: Octa's TabletTail, the MonkeyTail version. It tucks into different areas, winds up, and lifts your tablet to eye-level so you can go hands-free. Octa has developed... >>

What is Elon Musk’s 800mph Hyperloop? The subsonic train explained

What is Elon Musk’s 800mph Hyperloop? The subsonic train explained

By 16 January 2015

Tesla's Elon Musk is building a new train system he's dubbed Hyperloop. It will mean getting from London to Edinburgh or LA to San Francisco in under 30 minutes. But what is it and how does it work? The Hyperloop is essentially a futuristic train that... >>

Elon Musk's Hyperloop able to do London to Edinburgh run in 30 minutes

Elon Musk's Hyperloop able to do London to Edinburgh run in 30 minutes

By 16 January 2015

Elon Musk, of Tesla and SpaceX fame, has decided to build his Hyperloop concept. The Hyperloop is like a futuristic train that Musk calls "a cross between a Concorde, a railgun and an air hockey table". Essentially it's the Very High Speed Transit System... >>

Google Glass: A brief history

Google Glass: A brief history

By 16 January 2015

Google Glass is in danger of becoming a fond yet long-forgotten memory, much like Atari or LaserDiscs. Google announced on 15 January that it would soon end sales of Google Glass as well as kill the Explorer programme, though it promised to continue working... >>

Nest's Tony Fadell to take charge of Google Glass as Explorer Programme shuts down

Nest's Tony Fadell to take charge of Google Glass as Explorer Programme shuts down

By 15 January 2015

The guy who cofounded Nest and is considered "the father of the iPod" has now taken control of Google Glass. Google Glass is leaving the experimental Google X unit and will become one of Tony Fadell's responsibilities, Fortune has reported. Ivy Ross,... >>

Future clothing is here, nanowires used to keep heat in and even generate warmth

Future clothing is here, nanowires used to keep heat in and even generate warmth

By 15 January 2015

This year we're going to see a lot of smart clothes capable of measuring heart rate and muscle contractions, but the future is even more exciting. Using nanowires future clothing will be able to seal in heat and even generate it. Scientists at Stanford... >>

This is the Apple iMac that could have been: Apple Lisa gets modernised

This is the Apple iMac that could have been: Apple Lisa gets modernised

By 15 January 2015

The Apple iMac has always been in the limelight as every new model recreates desktop computer design. We've gone from a square box all the way to a metallic slither of 5K resolution. But what if the original shape had remained? This is what German tech... >>

Virgin Active tech-gyms opening soon, members to get smartbands to track their workouts

Virgin Active tech-gyms opening soon, members to get smartbands to track their workouts

By 14 January 2015

Virgin Active will very soon open the doors of two new gyms in London, in Paddington and Cannon Street, which will be crammed with technological innovations, including contactless smart wristbands for members that will replace the need for membership... >>


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