Raspberry Pi turns 2 years old!

by Ryan Burgesson March 2, 2014
2 years ago today a cheap linux micro-computer by the name of Raspberry Pi was released to one of the warmest receptions I have ever seen in the technology industry. The Raspberry Pi was created in Cambridge, England and released to a manic crowd of technology enthusiasts each with their own ideas on how to […]

FIFA 14 releases for Windows Phone

by Ryan Burgesson March 1, 2014
So after a long wait FIFA 14 finally makes it’s way to Windows Phone. Coming almost a full 6 months after its iOS and Android counterparts this just further solidifies Windows Phone’s place as the black sheep of the family. If a big company like EA takes half a year to port a game to […]

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Apple To Launch ‘iOS in the Car’ For Mercedes, Volvo, Ferrari Next Week

by Eric Brownon March 1, 2014
After announcing its iOS in the Car initiative at last year’s WWDC, Apple is rumored to be prepping an official announcement expected to launch the program next week with partners Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo, according to a Financial Times report. In addition to the aforementioned auto makers, Apple has also signed partnerships with companies like Chevrolet, Honda, Jaguar and Nissan. Specifically, the report claims drivers will be […]

Smart Tyre caps change colour to represent PSI

by Ryan Burgesson March 1, 2014
A Kickstarter project by the name of RightPSI has created a rather nifty way to check your car’s tyre pressure just by looking at the colour being shown. The RightPSI uses a spring loaded mechanism to change colour. There is a ring around the centre of the cap that changes from red, to black and […]


Steam Family Sharing leaves beta

by Ryan Burgesson March 1, 2014
After a six month beta Valve finally released the Steam Family Sharing feature to all steam users. Steam Family Sharing is a feature that allows you to share your Steam library with your friends and family in fact precisely 10 of them. Though there are some restrictions. You can only play a friend/family’s game if […]
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Top 25 Highest-Paying Tech Companies For Internships

by Nick Adamson March 1, 2014
Looking for an internship this summer at the tech companies? More than 4,700 US companies are hiring interns, according to the career company Glassdoor, but be careful not all internships are created equal. Glassdoor has compiled a list of the top 25 companies with the best-paid internships, and annualized, interns at all of these organizations make more […]

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AllSee Brings Gesture Recognition to All Devices

by Anna Johnsonon March 1, 2014
A new system, developed by University of Washington computer scientists, called AllSee, is amazing. “This is the first gesture recognition system that can be implemented for less than a dollar and doesn’t require a battery,” said Shyam Gollakota, a UW professor who worked on the project. “You can leverage TV signals both as a source of […]

Bluetooth E-Cigarette with built-in speakerphone out now!

by Ryan Burgesson February 28, 2014
The Supersmoker is a bluetooth E-Cig that doubles as a speakerphone, it simply connects via bluetooth and you are set to chat away while you puff. As you can see in this video its simple to connect your phone and Supersmoker and then start talking. Another feature is that you can use it as a […]

A Minecraft film is in the making says Notch

by Ryan Burgesson February 28, 2014
Minecraft could be set to hit the silver screen Minecraft creator Markus Persson revealed this week. Markus Persson( Also known as Notch) said this on twitter: Someone is trying leak the fact that we’re working with Warner Brothers on a potential Minecraft Movie. I wanted to be the leak! A movie news website by the […]

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(Finally) Moto G Capped as Motorola’s Best-Selling Phone

by Gizmoration February 28, 2014
Yes, it’s official: Moto G is Motorola’s bestselling phone of all time. Motorola’s on a topsy-turvy ride; repeated fall in sales, then getting acquired by Google and astonishingly sold to Lenovo. It’s nothing less than a golden history for folks at Motorola. It was launched way back in November 2013, with a minimal price tag of […]

Britain’s ‘surveillance’ agency GCHQ spies on Yahoo webcams with codename Optic Nerve

by Ryan Burgesson February 28, 2014
In a sadly unsurprising revelation it turns out that Britain’s surveillance agency GCHQ has been peeking into private webcam sessions and taking pictures once every five minutes. In files dating from 2008-2010 codename Optic Nerve was in effect and was set up simply to spy on all of us regardless of whether we were targeted […]

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Google Wants to Develop $50 Modular Smartphones For Next Year

by Chris Murphyon February 28, 2014
Google’s Motorola announced the Project Ara in October last year as company’s open hardware platform for creating highly modular smartphones. How much will a modular smartphone set you back? To start, if Google gets its way, about $50. The key phrase there is “to start,” however, as this smartphone with swappable components could get a lot pricier, very quickly. Time has […]
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Sony Smartband SWR10 Creates Detailed Log of Your Daily Life

by Nick Adamson February 28, 2014
The Sony SmartBand SWR10, announced last month at CES, is the first gadget to be powered by Sony’s new Core fitness tracking technology. It’s a wristband designed to be worn all the time. It featured an open micro-USB port tha it’s waterproof. It can be paired with a phone via NFC or Bluetooth, and combined with Sony’s […]