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App platform Kinetise aims to bring app building to the enterprise — TechCrunch

September 11, 2016

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Kinetise, an app building platform and Disrupt hackathon favorite, aims to democratize the the the process of creating native mobile apps for iOS and Android in the enterprise. Using a drag-and-drop interface, the system essentially lets you build and deploy native apps, visually. In this way, non-developers are able to create and deploy mobile apps.…

Will Brexit Lead to Money and Brain Drain for UK Tech Startups?

July 9, 2016

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As the UK referendum result dropped in that fateful Friday morning, the tech startup world didn’t immediately grind to a halt. Websites kept loading. Apps kept opening. But what left UK technology entrepreneurs aghast was not just that Britain had chosen to leave the European Union after 40 years, but that all those years of… via […]

Mount Everest Conquered by Virtual Reality, plus the Buzz on Google AI Projects and the World’s Smallest Drone

May 29, 2016

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Project 360 Everest marks a milestone in virtual mountaineering, Google bets big on machine learning and RC Insane launches the world’s smallest drone. Mountain specialists Mammut achieved a huge coup in virtual reality filming by taking a 360-degree camera to the peak of Mount Everest. Two Nepalese mountain guides – Lakpa Sherpa and Pemba Rinji […]

Smart Eyewear Merchants Vuzix GoPro and Let Developers in on the M300 Glasses

May 22, 2016

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Vuzix M300 glasses are getting GoPro connectivity for a hands-free interactive experience. Plus the developer SDK is out for app creation. Heads at Vuzix have announced its access to the GoPro Developer Program toolkits and an exciting capability to connect its wearable smart glasses to GoPro cameras. Users of the Vuzix M300 device will be […]

Video Tech: Popcorn Robot, Time Hacks, Siri Beatboxing and a UFO Drone

April 27, 2016

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Robotic Glockenspiel plays Popcorn Canadian James Cochrane created a beautiful prototype for this robotic glockenspiel player built out of solenoids, wooden dowels, paperclips and elastic bands. But this is a completely different bag of computer chips, using servos, an Arduino Uno, MIDI shield and Adafruit’s 16 channel I2C servo driver. “My next project is to […]

VRTGO Virtual Reality Developer Day Offers Masterclass on Design and Coding

February 22, 2016

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Coders need only apply but students and programmers are in luck – VRTGO Labs is holding a developer day on 3 March to help VR beginners and those looking to keep up to date with the latest developments. Savvy students and coders with a curiosity for virtual reality can get on the inside track to […]

Two Turntables and No Microphone

November 10, 2015

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Source: Two Turntables and No Microphone on Hackaday Jan Godde built this sexy ‘wooden sensor box with two rotary disks‘ as a sound creation experiment. Just look at the video to see how the platters work with the touch sensitive sliders, a gorgeous piece of interactive design. As Hackaday – where the project is featured – […]

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