When a creative person gets their hands on LEGO bricks, there are endless possibilities to what they could design. In the past, we’ve seen designers recreate famous landmarks in miniature, sculpt animal
Dang this is cool. It’s easy to forget how amazing badminton is because we don’t see much of it in the U.S, but feast your eyes on this rally between P.V. Sindhu of India, and Akane Yamaguchi from Japan.
Slide the keyboard down to add new parts and complete code-based challenges. The power and affordability of the Raspberry Pi has given rise to a new type of computer. One that goes beyond the credit-sized
Programming computers is a piece of cake. Or so the world’s digital-skills gurus would have us believe. From the non-profit Code.org’s promise that “Anybody can learn!” to Apple chief executive Tim Cook’s
Now you can feel like Alice, without eating any strange mushrooms Google Street View is downsizing. They've taken us deep into the seven seas and up perilous rock faces but now, they're taking us somewhere
The German company is developing lenses that can make smart glasses subtle and fashionable. After the initial bubble of excitement, Google Glass was ultimately rejected by the public and sent back to drawing
Every now and then I take a look at some of the craziest and best-looking PCs from around the world. They’re not your average black boxes, though – their owners are experts at case modding, which is the
Back in March the Vector — a smartwatch with an e-ink LCD screen — made its debut in a number of reviews in the tech press. Of note was the unusual 30-day battery life and a smartphone control app which