Last Updated on Thursday, 08 September 2011 15:55 Written by Susan Williamson Thursday, 08 September 2011 15:48
Sadly, time machines haven't been invented yet so you won't be interfering in your parents' high school years anytime soon but Nike look to be bringing a little of the Back To The Future experience to reality. Check out these self-lacing trainers.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 September 2011 20:15 Written by Susan Williamson Wednesday, 07 September 2011 20:07
Anyone who grew up in the 80s or 90s and was at all interested in games will be very familiar with Atari classics. Remember the handheld Lynx? Bringing the system up to contemporary standards is this ace adapter, which can instantly transform your cutting-edge Apple device into the retro arcade machine of your childhood. Interested? Read more here.
Written by Susan Williamson Tuesday, 06 September 2011 19:20
Users of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter will be familiar with the friend or followers suggestions. Based on who and what you've interacted with, the sites suggest some other that may be of interest to you. It seems like a pretty good idea but power users of Google+ are rallying to get the new feature removed from the site. Reasons given include turning the site into a numbers war, where users want to get the most followers no matter what. So what do you think? Should Google remove or keep the list?
Last Updated on Monday, 05 September 2011 18:14 Written by Susan Williamson Monday, 05 September 2011 17:57
If you harbour plans of being all powerful and controlling space and time, in 3D no less, you need to check out this new NASA web app. Eyes on the Solar System lets users fly around reproductions of the planets and asteroids, as well as entering modules such as Juno, which is currently on a mission to Jupiter. As well as this, users can keep track of where NASA crafts are. It's pretty cool!
Written by Susan Williamson Friday, 02 September 2011 19:27
Bored of your 3DTV already? Why not go a step further and get one that lets you draw on the screen with a special pen? LG have showcased Pentouch, which will allow you to write in URLs, control games or highlight elements in a presentation shown on the plasma screen TV. The 60 inch LG PZ850 will set you back a cool $2199, a non-3D version will cost $1699 and a 50 inch set costs $1099. Think of how creative you could get!
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