James is a keen gamer, and records Technophilia - an awesome but somewhat NSFW technology podcast - weekly with Justin and Dave.
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The HMZ-T3W is Sony’s latest attempt at an entertainment headset, but is it a premium futuristic personal display or just a silly head gadget?
Learn a new skill this weekend: how to make your holiday lights flash in time to music. It’s like being a DJ, but way cooler.
This year, we saw so many new 3D printers; lights of all shapes and sizes; and hundreds of Arduino spin-offs – but here’s my selection of the 6 most mind-blowing Kickstarter projects funded in 2013.
Today, we’ll be making a sunrise alarm clock, which will gently and slowly wake you without resorting to an offensive noise-making machine.
2013 has drawn to a close, and it’s about that time when we like to take a look back over the year and see just what resonated most with you, our dear readers.
The Nimbus Dashboard has four individual dials that can be customised to display information relevant to you. That’s a pretty awesome idea – but how useful is the end product, really?
Most affordable 3D printers are sold as self-assembly kits, but the Cubify Cube promises to be plug-and-plug with minimal fuss. Does it live up to that promise?
Move over TV – board games are starting to see a great revival as a family pastime, and they’re perfect for Christmas.
Missed out on making millions with Bitcoin (what’s Bitcoin, you ask)? Don’t worry – you’ve still got time to jump in on alternative cryptocurrencies, like Litecoin and Feathercoin. Thanks to a different algorithm at the core, those can still be mined by anyone with a graphics card – expensive ASIC Bitcoin miners won’t work. What […]
Last week, Feedly rolled out a controversial new “feature” — hijacking feed links. Here’s the full story of why people are angry, and how one blogger helped to right the situation.
I’ll try to avoid techno-babble words like “disruptive” when I say this, but there’s no denying – Raspberry Pi is changing the world.
Prices for these gifts range from $35 to $3500, so you’re sure to find something here to suit every budget.
It’s with pleasure I present you with this list of super gifts for the geek who never grew up. Mum, I hope you’re reading this.
The apocalypse will need to be documented with Facebook updates and Twitter hashtags for future generations to fully enjoy – so how are you planning to do that with no power or Internet connectivity?
My story begins sometime around the American launch of the PlayStation 4. I hadn’t turned my PlayStation on for about a week having been bowled over in work – I needed a break. I’d bought the new Call of Duty, and while it isn’t exactly the best sequel ever, it’s what I turn to for a bit of R&R. Don’t judge me!