Proud new Dad, James is obsessive about his Arduino and Oculus Rift.
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Ubiquitous computing is now a thing: what was once confined to a desk or laptop has found its way into our pockets, our wrists, and even in front of our eyeballs. The Ubi – a relatively harmless looking kitchen appliance that you can talk to – wants to add itself to that list. The Ubi is not unique: […]
Turning on your lights automatically is certainly cool, but it doesn’t take advantage of the full spectrum of colors available with RGB lighting. For that, we need to get creative.
The Harmony Ultimate series is a fantastic bit of kit which simplifies the mass of remote controls in your living room, and can be reprogrammed to control anything which works off infrared.
Canary is finally here: “the first smart security device for everyone”. Is it the last word in affordable home security and monitoring systems, or just another overpriced and glorified webcam?
Today I’ll be showing you how to control your Hue lights from an Arduino – then adding a simple motion sensor.
Setting up a home network is not as hard as you think it is.
Fresh from CES2015, Brilens have launched the first ever projector equipped with a hybrid laser-LED bulb: long lasting and zero maintenance in a small and portable package.
Fake download buttons, pop-under ads, porn, and maybe even some malware. Just why is piracy funded by these kind of ads?
Convergence happens often in the world of technology, where one product category is subsumed by another – remember those phones that only made voice calls? Or the dedicated mp3 player that didn’t even have an internet connection? Me neither. Network Attached Storage however has generally remained as just that – a big box with some hard […]
SnakeClamp is an American company with one simple mission: to help people and companies hold what they need, right where they need it.
I love LED pixels: bright, easy to control, cheap, and so versatile. Today, we’ll be turning them into a big pixel display that can be hung on the wall.
Apparently, you can fit an entire party into a portable speaker; excluding the people and cheetos. At least, that’s exactly what Ion have done with their newest device – the Block Party Live.
A single Arduino shield that can link with an Android device and provide a multitude of sensors and advanced functions? Yep – that’s a thing now. The 1Sheeld, in fact.
The world’s most resilient BitTorrent site has been shut down shut down. Again. Will it return – and does it even matter?
If you’re putting your child on a fast track to geeky world domination, you’ll need some toys to help them along the way. These creative toys should be just the thing.