Google Glass may be the most well known wearable technology, but the company certainly wasn’t the first to bring head mounted displays to the (early a(...)

You can’t beat a bit of god complex. And who does that better than The Sims? We’ve been pulling the strings on the strange Simlish-speaking charact(...)


Messaging apps have had a bit of bad publicity lately (Facebook Messenger, anyone?) and it’s getting to be a crowded field. FuseMe offers voice and vi(...)


Developing games is a tricky business. There is a certain level of expectation these days, especially when there’s a successful Kickstarter campaig(...)

When it comes to fighting games, you don’t get much more iconic than Street Fighter. The Capcom series is that games company’s top performer, and the (...)

Another indie game for the steadily growing stable on the Wii U, Wooden Sen’Sey has its own brand of aesthetic and gameplay that has just enough appea(...)

€94 Forget about boring alarm clocks that simply tell you the time. The Message Click Clock will wake you with a personalised greeting every (...)

€269 TomTom has been doing wearable fitness tech for a while. There was the partnership with Nike that saw it release a GPS watch to link in with Nike(...)


Online shopping may be popular but sometimes there are just too many options. Do you shop local or go for the big-name retailer? Are you really gettin(...)

Sega’s Crazy Taxi has gone mobile and freemium, bringing the game to a whole new generation of players. Built specifically for the touchscreen mobile (...)