Remember Samsung's TecTiles NFC-enabled stickers? Well, much to our dismay, they don't work with the company's flashy new handset, and Galaxy S 4 owners haven't had an alternative to stock up on until
It's not like Toshiba is new to laptops -- it's been making them for decades -- but for whatever reason, US consumers don't seem to trust the company with top-shelf products. Four-hundred-dollar machines,
A shortage of staff is making it difficult for Foxconn, the firm that assembles Apple's iPhone, to improve conditions and reduce working hours, a watchdog has said. Foxconn faces a “challenging” task trying
Some might say it's been a long, long while since October -- with "some" referring to the swath of Kickstarter backers who've been waiting oh-so-patiently for a Form 1 to call their own. Formlabs has confirmed
Most approaches to capturing 3D models of real-world objects involve multiple cameras that are rarely cheap, and are sometimes tricky to calibrate. The University of Glasgow has developed a method that
Editor’s note: Craig Le Grice is a member of BIMA‘s Executive Committee, and Chair of the organisation’s Silicon Roundabout group, he is an industry advocate for entrepreneurship and next generation talent.
There's a new kid on the Arduino block, and it's called the Arduino Robot. Launched yesterday at Maker Faire Bay Area, it's the company's first product that extends beyond single microcontroller boards.
A £2 smartphone app called Seecrypt can now provide military grade encryption for mobile phone calls and texts. Seecrypt is backed by a Dubai-based investment firm and run from the Cayman Islands. It to
I'm watching a live video feed of people visiting a cafe in London. It's a small, busy place and is doing a good trade in tea, coffee and cakes. That woman has dropped some money. A child is running around.