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You’ve read the review, you’re eagerly awaiting the 22nd of February release, and now you’re trying to plan you game purchases. I have good news for you, PS Vita games, at least those you download, aren’t going to cost the Earth.
Avatar has taken one giant leap towards becoming real thanks to some Japanese robotics boffins. Their new Telesar V gives wearers of a head-mounted display, some vest-mounted sensors and a special pair of gloves the ability to not only control a robot, but see, hear and feel what it does too.
Samsung might not be playing it big at MWC, but that doesn’t mean it’s got nothing new to show off. It’s just announced that a brand new Galaxy Tab 2 is on its way to replace its first ever Android tablet with a new Ice Cream Sandwich-packing 7-incher.
A month ago, we set you the challenge of creating a computer-rendered design somehow related to Las Vegas, which is of course the setting for any tech nerd's fantasy, given that's where the CES trade-show is held every January. We had some amazing entries this month, but only one can be slovenly 3D-printed out by our main man Nick at 3DPrintUK. That winner is...16-year-old Ryan!
In case you weren’t already aware, it’s Valentine’s Day tomorrow. The day when lovers of all ages, shapes and sizes come together and express their undying devotion to each other with the exchanging of gifts and maybe a kiss.
Wonder no more -- the N9, basically Nokia’s Lumia 800 just with MeeGo on it, is now running Android 4.0 and it’s been caught on video. Now you can see for yourself what a modern Nokia phone running Android would be like, if Nokia hadn’t gotten into bed with Microsoft.
It’s been snowing in parts of Britain, and that Siberian icy blast doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon. So here’s a topical how to for the weekend. Capture your own snowflake that you can keep, hold and marvel at even in the middle of the summer.
You think you’re the king of the jungle, but think again. When it comes to memory tasks, this 11-year-old chimp that was born and raised in the Primate Research Institute of Japan’s Kyoto University, has you beat; you wouldn’t even stand a chance.
It’s spring on Mars and it’s avalanche season. NASA’s HiRISE satellite was on hand to capture the action as dirt, dust and fine-grained ice cascades like snow on Earth, flying down the side of a massive Martian mountain range.
The Corsa was ambling along the thinly trafficked road, and the four cars between us and the Corsa all pulled over to let us pass. When there was only one car left between us, I turned off the flashing cavalcade of LED-disco on the roof, following our little Corsa from two cars behind.