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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Pinch, bend and tie cables to control your electronics with 'Cord UI'

Pinch, bend and tie cables to control your electronics with 'Cord UI'

The cables in your life may just be for transferring power and data right now. But The Tangible Media Group at MIT's Media Lab are looking to change that with 'Cord UI,' allowing you to control all of your devices by tangling, twisting, pinching and pulling their attached wires.

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Vince Grant - My Depression Is Always Trying To Kill Me EP Review

Vince Grant - My Depression Is Always Trying To Kill Me EP Review

In a deep exploration of his own depression, Vince Grant has created his debut EP, fittingly called My Depression Is Always Trying To Kill Me. However, he hasn't just recorded his own coping mechanism, this is a really enjoyable listen for anybody who enjoys the likes of REM and Manic Street Preachers.

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Mouffe Turns Your Tent Into A Video Game. Festivals Will Never Be The Same Again

Mouffe Turns Your Tent Into A Video Game. Festivals Will Never Be The Same Again

Ever had that awkward moment at a festival where you miss the comfort of playing video games on your own? The 40 cans of Strongbow you bought and the general antics of fellow campers on copious amounts of drugs may beg to differ. But if you do, then allow me to introduce you to Mouffe: a gaming system that turns the inside of your tent into the screen and your quilt into the controller.

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Super Mario World AI Listens To Your Advice And Learns How To Play

Super Mario World AI Listens To Your Advice And Learns How To Play

The red plumber has become self-aware. Mario AI, a project created by students from the University of Tubingen in Germany, makes Nintendo's mascot both aware of his environment and responsive to your advice.

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Enter 'The World Of The Willows.' New Crowdfunded Thriller Shows How Life Ends At 20

Enter 'The World Of The Willows.' New Crowdfunded Thriller Shows How Life Ends At 20

In what appears to be another low budget sci-fi/thriller, 12 students from the University of the West of England are making The World of The Willows, a film that could be lumped into the same amateur bracket of many student short films. This, however, could not be further from the truth.

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The Channel 13 Facebook Hoax. Your Data Is Never Private

The Channel 13 Facebook Hoax. Your Data Is Never Private

So many of you have probably seen long Facebook statuses talking about 'Channel 13,' proclaiming that Facebook cannot use any of their profile data. I've seen a lot of our readers jump on this train, so it's time to set the record straight. This is a hoax, which has been around for more than a couple of years. And the fact you're posting it is ironically making your online information more public.

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