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.
Parking assistance aids have been around for a while, and come as standard on some mid- to high-end cars. So what’s special about FenSens?
Microsoft wants to give us the Magic Mirror (shades of Harry Potter, not to mention Snow White). The demonstration model was on show at the company’s Build show in March.
I was very pleased to be invited along to a NanoSatellite initiative last month, previewed via the Internet of Things Innovators UK meetup group.
Swivvel your head in this direction. Check out the cheeky animatronic activities of two undergraduates at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).
NASA's SpaceApps Challenge 2016 (Best Use of Hardware) has been won by a University of Surrey undergraduate student, James Lynn.
It was always part of the original plan to make the BBC Micro:bit available to the general public and now it is starting to happen.