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Having just celebrated its fourth birthday, 3Doodler has unveiled its upcoming range for 2017 which includes a number of new kits for younger markets including a robotics pen, and Powerpuff Girls and Star Trek-themed pens.
In August 2016, Microsoft acquired Beam, an interactive livestreaming service. Big companies often buy smaller ones to incorporate their software into their own, but Microsoft has a cleverer idea it seems. Windows 10 Insiders, those who preview new features in the operating system, have reported the existence of a new streaming app!
Skipping an important step of the development process is not something we should encourage. Microsoft however is taking a rather unusual path, since rumours indicate there will never be a second HoloLens prototype. We can instead expect the third generation model to be available to consumers in 2019.
Snap Inc. announced its Snapchat Spectacles last year to much fanfair however actually getting your hands on the elusive eye wear has proven more difficult than people hoped. However for those of you living in the US it's time to get excited as Snapchat Spectacles are available to purchase online.
While Keen Software House are known for their space sandbox game, Space Engineers, the company is also pretty into the development of human level artificial intelligence and they're looking for the help of modders, game designers, AI researchers, and enthusiasts to push the boundaries of AI.
2017 might just be the year that I finally get my hands on a Nokia 3310 as the company plans to relaunch "the most reliable mobile phone" at MWC 2017 according to Evan Blass.
The Internet has come a long way in the past couple of decades and now anyone who's anyone is on the Internet in some capacity though Social Networks are absolutely king. But what if your 10 year old wants a slice of the social pie? No way I hear you say, but LEGO wants to give you the option, at least.
Some big news on the Chromebook front this week both for the average user, the more intense PC user, and the education sector.
Hugo Barra made waves back in 2013 when he left Android in favour of Chinese company, Xiaomi. With this move, many expected the company to finally find its way to Europe and North America, but sadly that never happened. Now, it seems Barra is keen to return to Silicon Valley and leave Xiaomi behind.
IK Multimedia, the creator of the popular iRig multi-instrument audio interface that's compatible with a range of mobile devices, has today unveiled the iRig Pro I/O at NAMM, and oh boy, it's a corker.
First we had Terry's Chocolate Oranges, then the Toblerone, now the App Store has been hit by the UK's apparent "need" to be independent from the European Union.
Alphabet has confirmed to Business Insider that it's pulling the plug on its solar-powered drone project, Project Titan. Instead, it looks like the company will be focusing more on Project Loon, the company's solar done that hopes to bring Internet to rural locations.
At CES this week Razer have made a rather interesting and impressive announcement by the name of Project Valerie - a three-screen laptop optimized...
The new year has been good for Apple as they have annouced that new years day was the busiest day ever with many records being broken.