James is a keen gamer, and records Technophilia - an awesome but somewhat NSFW technology podcast - weekly with Justin and Dave.
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Android boxes designed for connecting to a TV have been around for ages – the Probox2 EX is the latest and most powerful model in the market.
Don’t be one of those suckers that sells their information for nothing!
Zombies are boring, Vampires suck, and witches are so passé. If you’re looking for a costume this Halloween which goes beyond the normal, check out some of these futuristic delights.
A few months back, a $3000 thunder and lightning mood lamp went viral in the maker community. What we’ll make today isn’t exactly the same – we’re making something more practical.
If you’re late to the party though, don’t worry – this extensive beginner’s guide has you covered.
It’s been a year since the first Oculus Rift Development Kit was released, and it’s safe to say the world of gaming will never be the same again
As a writer, developer and all-round geek, I’m of the opinion that my best work is done while thoroughly off my head.
Do you really need 7 ports?
Gleam.io is the newest, and best way to run a promotional competition on a web project.
The biggest complaint about mobile devices today is short battery life. While computers have grown exponentially faster, battery technology hasn’t improved significantly – and that’s a problem. While we eagerly await the next generation of batteries, we’re left with but one choice to extend the life of our gadgets: external batteries. Intocircuit are battery specialists, […]
Here are six ways to add a little ambient intelligence to your daily routine.
For camping, long car journeys, barbeques or just that bit of extra juice when you’re in the garden with your Bluetooth speakers blaring, the Poweradd 14W solar charger can be a great addition.
So many devices, so little power. The Lumsing 10,400mAh battery pack is a portable backup for when times are demanding.
Ambient lighting that reacts to the image on your TV is easier and cheaper than you think – and it makes for a great upgrade to your home cinema experience.
Tessel is a new breed of development board that runs entirely on Node.js, and after a successful Kickstarter, they’ve now the reached the point of being available to everyone.