Space Invaders with real lasers is as delightfully dangerous as you'd imagine

Space Invaders with real lasers is as delightfully dangerous as you'd imagine

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.

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Google's funny autocomplete suggestions have been turned into a game of Family Fortune

Google's funny autocomplete suggestions have been turned into a game of Family Fortune

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.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge hands on at the Wearable Technology Show

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge hands on at the Wearable Technology Show

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.

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Quiet Quiet Band - Low Noon album review

Quiet Quiet Band - Low Noon album review

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.

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New Rising Media will be at the Wearable Technology Show

New Rising Media will be at the Wearable Technology Show

Wearables are quickly becoming a technological and cultural norm, which alongside the rise in augmented reality makes 2015 an exciting year for new innovations. With this in mind, I'm proud to say the New Rising Media team will be at this year's Wearable Technology Show and Augmented Reality Show to cover it all for the first time.

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Google+ is splitting into Photos and Streams

Google+ is splitting into Photos and Streams

Long time VP of product for Google and recently appointed head of Google+, Bradley Horowitz, announced today via the network that he is beginning to split the social network’s elements apart, starting with two separate products: Photos and Streams. 

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Microsoft predicts a future of giant displays and thin bendable tablets

Microsoft predicts a future of giant displays and thin bendable tablets

Microsoft has big visions for the future. If you've followed any of their previous videos, you'll know they mostly surround big screens a bendy tablets. Well in what is their "productivity future vision," the software developer has looked five-10 years in the future to a world of holograms, super thin tablets and 3D printers.

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This Power Rangers reboot is as dark and brutal as it should be

This Power Rangers reboot is as dark and brutal as it should be

Remember the Mighty Morphin' Power RangersOf course you do, chances are it was one of your favourite Saturday morning shows back in the day. The "teenagers with attitude" have grown up, as they fight a bloody intergalactic war in a dark over-the-top action short known as Power/Rangers.

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This smart projector works in any light bulb socket, and could be the future of the smart home

This smart projector works in any light bulb socket, and could be the future of the smart home

The smart home has always been an expensive prospect, especially when it comes to home theatre systems. Beam could be the Android-powered projector to change your mind, that fits into any standard light bulb socket. And after raising the full $287,000 (£186,393) in just three days, the excitement is clear.

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