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Forget Flying Cars because Passenger Drones are the Future of Air Travel

January 29, 2017

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In the July 1924 issue of Popular Science, “Ace of Aces” fighter pilot E.V. Rickenbacker told readers to expect “Flying Autos in 20 Years.” Rickenbacker’s flying car would have retractable 12.5-foot wings, a sea-worthy hull and wheels to cruise America’s growing network of highways. Ninety-three years later, personal cars remain land-bound. Read More via Forget flying […]

A decentralized web would give power back to the people online — TechCrunch

October 9, 2016

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Timely update on how a decentralised web works for more people than a Facebook-atised walled garden model. Open lines of communication and collaboration are the way forward. Lets build it.

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 […]

7 Reasons Mobile will dominate the media by 2021

July 3, 2016

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Great futures analysis by RTE journalist and innovation lead Glen Mulcahy, on the direction mobile will take in the media over the next five years. https://www.thinglink.com/card/799633949390274561 These key drivers are reasons, in my opinion, why mobile is going to continue to evolve and come to dominate the media industry. STORAGE Sandisk recently launched a microSD […]

Maker Faire UK 2015 in Videos

May 18, 2015

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Robotic wave hello from Horatio the robotic arm Robots and T-Rex Art machines and Arcade Games Wookie gets lookie (Vine) Funky LED strips (Vine) Friendly Mega Robot (Vine) Android TV Eye (Vine) Baby T-Rex (Vine) Home-made TV Wall (Vine)

Maker Faire 2014: Festival kicks in with cool science and electronic wizardry

April 30, 2014

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Maker Faire UK is an annual event to savour and Newcastle’s Centre For Life provides the perfect venue to showcase projects from the cream of maker culture. From hacking online games to cloud laser projection systems, robotics, printmaking and laser cutting, there was an eclectic menu of fun and fantastic activities on offer. Simply wandering […]

Design comes first in wearable revolution

March 31, 2014

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This year will be a watershed for wearables. We have been riffing about personal communication devices for decades in science fiction lit from writers such as Philip K Dick and with the launch of the smart watch, reality has finally caught up to imagination. Now we have the Rufus Cuff. Prepare to beam up. Seriously […]

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