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'Gulp' is a short film created by Sumo Science at Aardman, depicting a fisherman going about his daily catch.
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Blackberry is Kicking off the season with a 25 Days of Gifts giveaway from BlackBerry World! From December 1st to December 25th, BlackBerry 10 users can visit BlackBerry World each day and be treat...
From the Ngram Viewer to Google Dart, check out some of these lesser-known Google applications.
To fulfill you with more information and availability through Google...
Amazing, what an incredible amount of information.
Kano is a computer kit designed to help people of all ages put together a computer together from scratch, and learn basic coding skills.
If you grew up tinkering with building kits like Erector sets or Lego Mindstorms, you can probably appreciate how important such tools can be to a child’s early development.
The kit, which costs $119, is scheduled to ship worldwide in July 2014.
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PC in a box, idealing for the future budding Steve Jobs!!
PowerShell adds console-style controls to your iPhone or iPod Touch, and a built-in battery doubles the power capacity of your iPhone.
This iPhone game controller looks like a pretty neat accessory for serious gamers, integrating controls with additional battery. My gaming is mostly on the iPad though so I think I'll pass.
But if we needed signs that the iOS platform is killing the PSP and other portable game consoles, this is a very concrete one.
Best 10 Tips and Tricks for iPhone How about transforming the way you use your old iPhone. Most of the iPhone users are not aware of the multi functionality of their iPhone. Here are some of...
Don't know what computer to buy? This simple flowchart will easily help you determine whether to buy a PC or a Mac depending on what you'll use it for.
Sometimes i ask myself this same question. these were interesting questions that i would have thought of, i would have thought of compatibility and setup. i think i would have to agree with the picture and buy microsoft.
Buy a Mac.
I know what I would buy - after switching to a MAc :) but I still use PC for a few programs -
Get started with audio-streaming service SoundCloud with our beginner's guide.
It’s time. It’s time to get rid of those clunky button-bricks hiding under the couch, collecting dust on top of the entertainment center, or sitting in the corner of the room like some kind of ironic modern art.
My remote is starting to show wear and tear where the buttons don't always work any more. If I can use my mobile phone as a replacement remote, what a bonus!
Whoever thought of these is a genius. Thank you.
As if we could get lazier and a phone could take over the job of yet another device. here it is happening- Justine Pearce
Lima makes your computer bigger. Make your devices one. Keep your content private. Meet instant file sending.
The difference between owning your data, and depending on someone else for your storage?
I love this idea, as it gives you the control over your data.
Lima makes your computer bigger. Make your devices one. Keep your content private. Meet instant file sending. - Jeff
This looks rather cool!
Have a read and see what I mean...
Forget tossing paper airplanes recklessly out highrise windows to achieve maximum flight time, the PowerUp 3.0 kit retrofits a…
Wow! I mean wow!
It's not hard to spend more on international roaming charges abroad than you did on the ticket there, but cloak your cell's SIM…
Is this the most economic augmented-reality headset? It very well might be. Basically a ski mask with a slot to slide-in your…
Ever find the need to password-protect apps on your Android device? Here's a list of the best free tools from the genre available on the Play Store.
I do 50 Google Now voice commands to demonstrate what Google Now is capable of. I ask a wide variety of questions ranging from everything from sports and sto...
The little things in the new mobile OS that make the big difference - our expert guide to getting the most from iOS 7.
This week's top 10 tech includes a sleep mask that can help us understand our dreams, and medical glasses to help doctors and nurses see veins.
SecretInk is a free service that should really be used by secret agents. With it you can send self-destructing emails or SMS messages to anyone for free.
When I first came across I knew that it probably was more cool than useful. I am sure that everyone at one point or another could find this a handy tool. so here you go check it out! >>"<<
this can be good in terms of keeping things private, but when harmful or offensive messages are sent this could be used to the victim's detriment- Justine Pearce
Looking for the perfect holiday gift? Check out CNET's 2013 holiday gift ideas for expert advice, reviews, and recommendations for the latest tech gifts for you and your family.
Do you need ideas? Read this for more?
RealView recently announced that they are first with presenting a true mid-air interactive holography station that is aimed for the medical industry.
So many applications; education, manufacturing engineering, gaming/entertainment...
From specialist stands to cunning car mounts, we have found 10 essential extras for your new iPad Air that might come in handy.
Technology ... iPad Air accessories
A look at some of the new and innovative tech that was released or announced this week, including Lenovo's new tablet.
Revo SuperConnect - Standalone Radio With Spotify Connect And 16,000 Radio Stations
I don't have but would like to...
The ultimate crutch for lazy carnivores, T-Fal's new indoor Optigrill uses precision grillling tech to automatically cook…