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Hoverboards can finally become a reality using NASA's microwave space drive

Hoverboards can finally become a reality using NASA's microwave space drive

By 8 August 2014

NASA recently announced that the EmDrive, which uses microwaves to create thrust, is actually real. While primarily aimed at space this could also be used here on earth, for a hoverboard. Finally the hoverboard dream from Back to the Future II could become... >>

Samsung Gear Solo expected to arrive at Note 4 event on 3 September

Samsung Gear Solo expected to arrive at Note 4 event on 3 September

By 8 August 2014

Samsung working on a stand-alone watch, that uses a SIM to work without a phone, is not a new rumour. But the Gear Solo, as it's being called, appearing at the Unpacked event on 3 September is new. Samsung is already expected to announce its Galaxy Note... >>

Best drones out now: Parrot, DJI, Hubsan and more

Best drones out now: Parrot, DJI, Hubsan and more

By 7 August 2014

Drones are filling the headlines as well as the skies these days. From military drones bombing targets to amateur camera drones pestering celebrities, crashing into National Parks or shipping drugs into prisons – they're everywhere. Companies like... >>

Withings Activité coming October, its first stylish entry into the smartwatch market

Withings Activité coming October, its first stylish entry into the smartwatch market

By 7 August 2014

While the fact that Withings was to enter the smartwatch market is not new, a date for release is. The Withings Activité will be available from October. Speaking to Wareable, company CEO Cédric Hutchings explained that the Aura sleep system will... >>

Honeywell Evohome review
4 out of 5

Honeywell Evohome review

By 7 August 2014

There are a number of companies vying for your business when it comes to controlling your heating system at home. British Gas has Hive, Google owns Nest in the US (which is expected to eventually come to the UK), and there's the German company Tado also... >>

Didn’t think a pillow could be smart? Meet the Hoodie Pillow

Didn’t think a pillow could be smart? Meet the Hoodie Pillow

By 7 August 2014

A pillow need not be a dumb lump of comfy awesomeness that you bury your head into, it can be smart too. The Hoodie Pillow was made to hold your phone with portholes for tangle-free headphone listening. It also has a drawstring hoodie to keep you warm... >>

14 ways to know you're too tech savvy

14 ways to know you're too tech savvy

By 7 August 2014

As part of Ofcom's annual Communications Market Report it used a test method to find the Digital Quotient (DQ) score of adults and kids around the UK, with some startling results. Like an IQ test, a DQ exam gives a final score on how tech savvy people are.... >>

Drone crashes in National Park as nature and technology collide

Drone crashes in National Park as nature and technology collide

By 7 August 2014

A drone has crashed into a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park, potentially endangering the geothermal site. The incident highlights the dangers of allowing anyone to buy and operate a drone. This particular drone had a camera built-in and was being... >>

Bondara SexFit, the FitBit for your bits

Bondara SexFit, the FitBit for your bits

By 7 August 2014

Just when you thought fitness trackers had nothing left to track, Bondara has unleashed the SexFit that straps to your bits and measures your performance between the sheets. SexFit slips onto a gent's best friend much like a "cock ring". But rather than... >>

Goodbye chargers and cables, long-range wireless charging is here in uBeam

Goodbye chargers and cables, long-range wireless charging is here in uBeam

By 7 August 2014

Wireless charging is the Holy Grail of mobiles. Currently it exists but requires a super close connection. A new discovery from start-up company uBeam will allow for wireless charging at range – meaning you can walk around the room on your phone while... >>