Know a really keen Star Trek fan? Well, their Christmas present is sorted for this year! Provided you are happy to pay £119 for a perfect replica of Star Trek communicator.
Welcome Project Bloks, from Google. Helping kids to get to grips with technology, via modular building blocks, is a crowded space, but that hasn't stopped Google entering the educational arena.
Hackster.io is running a challenge to add voice control to an internet of things (IoT) project, with support from Raspberry Pi and Amazon Alexa.
We know Raspberry Pi stories for high-end audio often prove popular, so check out the RaspTouch audio project on KickStarter, from France.
When I tell you that I am looking at the Spendwallet, “The thinnest electronic wallet that consolidates all your cards”, you'll not be surprised to know that the first thing I wanted to know about was security.
Take a look at this report from US website Make, describing how to make a wireless drone-disbler using a Raspberry Pi.
The latest reinvention of the sticky note is SeeNote, an electronic, wireless device, a little larger at about 3.5-inces square, with a polycarbonate case. It has an ePaper touchscreen and runs on a rechargeable, one-month, li-ion battery.
The story begins in 1989 when the glove was launched as a controller for the Nintendo Entertainment System...But it's now been hacked into a motion controller for use with a drone.
Many an interesting Bluetooth device for Gadget Master to see at the 'Discover Blue' event in London, which was highlighting some examples of Bluetooth innovation.
We like a bit of energy scavenging on Gadget Master and it seems the US Marines are conducting field trials of a device called PowerWalk, that will scavenge energy wasted during route-marches.