There are certain tech products that come along every now and again that even we find hard to believe actually exist.
3D printing is a technology whose name raises more questions than it answers. What is it? How does it work? Can you buy it?
CES seems to have been dominated by four little letters this year: OLED. Whether it’s on an 80-inch TV or 5-inch smartphone, we can’t seem to get away from the futuristic technology.
As this super summer of sport rumbles on with the football and now the tennis behind us, the main event – London 2012 – takes centre stage. So in preparation, I’ve taken a look at the best TVs to make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime event.
In this hectic summer schedule of sport, it’s easy to forget that the most English of all sporting events is nearly upon us.
Recently, I was lucky enough to sit in on a talk by Russell Buckley, founder of AdMob Europe and largely respected for his opinions on the future of mobile and digital.
As with many technologies these days, home entertainment is moving quickly. It’s testament to human progression that we can have 3D images flying at us from the comfort of our own home.
Technology has come a long way over the years, and especially in the last couple of decades. We now use things that we couldn’t even have imagined 20 years ago.
The wait is nearly over, folks. The Galaxy S3, the latest smartphone from Samsung, is just a week away from launching.
Despite what some internet rumour mongers may have you believe, the next generation of gaming is still a long way off.