The app controls everything from the camera to takeoff and landing
Temperature gauge in the palm of your hand
Can Samsung hold its own against the Apple invasion?
Think of this as practice for future Bitcoin mining
Open Culture is a fantastic resource for freely available courses
European Space Agency has several hundred images including the most recent from the Rosetta mission
A nice refinement of Apple’s tablet, and it’s worth splashing out on a higher capacity model
Mat links up with your smartphone to monitor your progress
New sensors will monitor your health and security
Philips Lux bulbs: €100 for the starter pack and €30 for each additional bulb
Device acts as a back-up battery for smartphones
Bluesmart: from $295
The idea is that teams of people get together with a problem and “hack” a solution
Everything in the store is original, with designer profiles on the creators
Android users watch this space: Office apps are on the way
This is for music creators who like to get in touch with their muse while mobile
But pricey toy has some limitations
Touch ID and extra capacity for Apple’s newest tablet
In this version of the future we have gained mastery over matter and can summon planets at will
Which Daily Digest would you like?
People say ‘disruption’ and ‘ecosystem’ a lot and talk about selling their companies the way Buddhists talk about nirvana. They all seem to enjoy being at the Web Summit, in Dublin, but what exactly are they up to?
When it comes to choreographing a spectacle around the ‘big reveal’, the inventor of the iPod, iPhone, iPad and, now, Apple Watch is in a league of its own
Computer code shapes our world – regardless of your age, job or gender. So why are so few of us proficient in this most modern of international languages?
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