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The iPad, and all other touchscreen tablets along with it, are primarily regarded as devices on which to consume, rather than create, content.
And yet this guy managed to create a pixel-perfect painting of Morgan Freeman using nothing more than an iPad, an app called Procreate, and his fingers.
Both of the true next-gen games consoles — the Wii U doesn’t really count — are now out on the market and available to buy. But which out of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 should you buy?
Amazon introduced a new delivery service… unmanned flying drones. There’s still a lot of details to be worked out with the FAA and what not. In the meantime, they’ve provided a test video for what it could look like!
Forget Amazon Prime Air, which will see products delivered by aerial drones, the future is O.W.L.S, which, as the name suggests, will see products delivered by owls. Yes, real owls.
Amazon Prime Air is the name of the online retailer’s new initiative for delivering products to people’s houses.
The basic idea means people will be able to get products delivered by octocopter within 30 minutes, as long as they live 10-miles or less from an Amazon warehouse.
Windows Phone handsets may not be lighting up the world as Microsoft intended, but no worries, Nokia has a plan…
All of us who are on Facebook likely have friends on there who we don’t actually know in real life. Because Internet.
And yet there is something truly bizarre about that. Surely we should know everyone we call “friends,” and I mean really know them.
Goldieblox is a new range of toys aimed primarily at girls. The difference is these aren’t your typical girly toys such as dolls, princesses, and all things pink.
Instead, Goldieblox features interactive games based around engineering, building, and coding, all things that are traditionally male pastimes.
Bitcoin is a virtual currency that has made its way into mainstream conversation recently. And yet most of us still don’t quite understand what it is and how it works.
This segment from BBC Newsnight investigates Bitcoin and tries to unravel the mystery of this strange new beast that could end up changing the way we all pay for things.