If you watch one thing today, make sure it's 'TIE Fighter:' an incredible Star Wars short film with the shading of a classic '80s anime and a story focused on the Empire's domination.
Draw & Code works upon the basis of using technology similar to QR codes, to produce pieces of innovative art with immersive experiences. We had to talk to them at the Wearable Technology Show.
What happens when you turn Space Invaders into a live action game, complete with an actual fire hazard? We've already seen one recent clip bringing video games into real-life, which seemed fine up until Adam Sandler showed up. But Maker Martin Raynsford has restored the dream using paper invaders, Arduino and a laser cutter.
Can you improve the human body beyond the rate of evolution? Open Bionics have an interesting answer to this question.
The magic of Comic-Con has come to Nottingham with Em-Con at the Capital FM Arena. What I love most about events like this, besides the endless rows of comic books, Q&A panels and how friendly everyone is, has to be the cosplay.
If there's one thing we can settle on, it's that Google's autocomplete suggestions are hilariously odd. But can you think like the search engine and, in turn, the rest of the human race? Time to test your knowledge with 'Google Feud,' essentially Family Fortunes (called Family Feud in America) but with Google.
Smartwatches dominated the Wearable Technology Show, and Samsung brought their latest Gear S to the party. So with the element of doubt surrounding this new category of products, we went hands (...well wrists) on.
Okay, I know that Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphones aren't exactly "wearables," but with plenty of interest around the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge since the unveiling at Mobile World Congress, we had to try these out.
Following the Apple Watch announcement in September, Tim Cook has taken to the stage at their 'Spring Forward' event in San Francisco to announce more details - including price, launch date, app support, battery life and much more.
Not too happy with Mumford & Son's recent turn to electronic? Missing the likes of Red Hot Chilli Peppers and The Levellers? Allow me to introduce you to Quiet Quiet Band, the Reading based alternative folk/rock band with the odd combination of a classically trained violinist and a death metal bassist.