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Apple iWatch could come in three different variations, only one with sapphire glass

Apple iWatch could come in three different variations, only one with sapphire glass

By 15 July 2014

Apple may release three variations of its iWatch at its expected unveiling this September. According to Taiwan's Economic Daily, Apple will be releasing two 1.6-inch iWatches and a third 1.8-inch version. Only the large model will feature the super strong... >>

Star Trek fans rejoice, now you can shoot your TV with the Star Trek Phaser Universal Remote Control

Star Trek fans rejoice, now you can shoot your TV with the Star Trek Phaser Universal Remote Control

By 15 July 2014

The Wand Company has been carving a niche for itself in designing and releasing universal remote controls primarily for memorabilia collectors and sci-fi geeks and its latest, first unveiled during Comic-Con in San Diego, is bound to be very well received... >>

Nerf NStrike ProCam: A blaster with built-in camera so you can record your takedowns

Nerf NStrike ProCam: A blaster with built-in camera so you can record your takedowns

By 15 July 2014

Nerf has launched a new Nerf gun that comes complete with a built-in camera so you can record just how good a shot you are. The new Nerf NStrike ProCam is a standard looking blaster rifle from the company, but look closely and you'll soon notice that... >>

Furby Boom is back, and this time it's got a Crystal makeover

Furby Boom is back, and this time it's got a Crystal makeover

By 15 July 2014

Furby was the number one selling toy for Christmas 2013, and Hasbro is hoping it can repeat that feat a second year running. To do so, it is releasing a new "Crystal series" Furby and Furblings for those who either missed out first time around or need... >>

Airport security may soon be easy as a Qylatron machine takes over

Airport security may soon be easy as a Qylatron machine takes over

By 15 July 2014

Airport security staff may soon be out of work as a machine, Qylatron, that can recognise illegal objects has passed a test run working security at World Cup games in Brazil. Qylatron is a machine that uses pods to scan bags as a person walks through... >>

LG G Watch review
3.5 out of 5

LG G Watch review

By 15 July 2014

The LG G Watch is one of the first Android Wear devices, and the most affordable at the time of writing, making it the first step in a the brave new world of Google's Android platform. Following in the footsteps of the Sony Smartwatch, various Samsung... >>

Google’s BigDog LS3 robot 'pack mule' gets military testing, carrying 180kg for 20 miles

Google’s BigDog LS3 robot 'pack mule' gets military testing, carrying 180kg for 20 miles

By 15 July 2014

BigDog is a robot "pack mule" that was developed by Boston Dynamics and is now owned by Google. It's had it's first military outing carrying kit across mixed terrain and the marines are impressed. BigDog, now being called LS3 or Legged Squad Support System,... >>

Amazon working on contact lens displays? Hires Google Glass founder Babak Parvis

Amazon working on contact lens displays? Hires Google Glass founder Babak Parvis

By 14 July 2014

Just this week scientists announced the discovery of nano pixels which could mean displays built into contact lenses. And now Amazon has hired Babak Parvis who founded Google Glass. Parvis was involved in the early research stages of Google Glass back... >>

Apple iWatch concept video shows iPod-like design

Apple iWatch concept video shows iPod-like design

By 14 July 2014

The Apple iWatch is almost certainly going to be unveiled this year but what it will look like is still in debate. This concept video shows off an iPod-like design with interesting wireless charging bay. The video, created by Set Solution, shows the iWatch... >>

New Elbrus-8C processor could usher in a new level of computing speed

New Elbrus-8C processor could usher in a new level of computing speed

By 14 July 2014

The Elbrus-8C microprocessor is being made in Russia right now to make current computer chips look weak. The processor will feature an impressive 8-cores, doubling the current efforts of most computers. It will also use 64-bit processing which is all... >>