If you have a shiny new smartphone and are wondering what to do with your old one, you're not alone. People upgrade their smartphone once every two years, on average. So what to do with the old device?
Google announces 30 games to be exhibited at Indie Games Festival on September 24th in San Francisco
Google today announced the 30 games it would be showcasing at this year’s Indie Games Festival held in San Francisco CA on September 24th 2016. Emceeing the event will be veteran game designer and professor
Many people dream of travelling into orbit, to the Moon or even beyond. However those who experience the reality of spaceflight face a succession of potential health problems, says Richard Hollingham.
Haunt your house with these Halloween decorations you can make with old or recycled materials. Halloween yard art can turn an ordinary home into a delightfully ghoulish haunted house. Slapping up some
Be-Bound has launched an app for Android devices that promises to keep your connection to the Internet flowing, even when you have no data connection or WiFi available to you. While it might sound like
For the longest time, Android was an operating system that eschewed visual flair in favour of giving flexibility and power to the user, and since third party developers took their cues from the OS itself,
Google has teased us before. Rumors swirled for months that Motorola would introduce a customizable smartphone that would let consumers decide what kind of hardware—a bigger battery, choice of processor,
General Assembly launched today a new service designed to help get more people to take advantage of its Web Development courses. Called Dash, users will be able to take courses in HTML, cascading stylesheets,
Apple still hasn’t announced made any sort of official iWatch smartwatch product announcement but that doesn’t stop the world salivating at the prospect, and knocking up design concepts to give Apple to
Rayman Fiesta Run coming this Fall Ubisoft announced today that Rayman Fiesta Run — a mobile game in a similar vein to Rayman Jungle Run — will launch on iOS, Android and Windows 8 mobile devices this
A new project aims to teach robots how to work alongside humans. These eyeball-y robots, created by a consortium of European researchers, are designed to learn how to navigate dynamic human environments
What's the best laptop? How can you avoid losing your papers to Microsoft Word's temper tantrums? The answers, and more, within. So, you're heading off to college, eh? Well, congratulations on spending,
The largest adult insect ever found actually seems sort of cuddly This amazing/disturbing picture is of a giant weta, the world's biggest insect at a whopping 71 grams in weight. Wetas are cricket- or
In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line.
Check out this video of a system designed by Arizona man Mike Davis to have solar panels follow the sun across the sky. If you're into solar energy and robotics, have some spare time on your hands, and
And watch it collapse into pieces when it inevitably falls over Artist Jacob Tonski, inspired by how the sofa is a center of human interactions, rigged a 170-year-old Victorian sofa to stand up on a single
If you’re experiencing an attention deficit, you’re far from alone. Try this: Count your exhalations–1, 2, 3–all the way to 10. See if you can get to 10 without thinking about lunch or laundry or deadlines
Roughly three months after its iOS debut, the wildly popular brain game Dots has come to the Android platform. The puzzler from Playdots, Inc., which entices players to connect as many same-color dots