The new year is already getting older, January has already sped away from us. But let’s cling on a bit longer and see – by the power of Google Analytics – what clicked on Gadget Master in the month just gone.
I must be honest. I’ve never used the Google Cardboard camera myself, or seen it in action, and I’m not a particularly keen advocate of Virtual Reality. Which kind of explains my scepticism about Google’s low-cost device.
Let’s ring the changes – as we deck the halls with boughs of holly – on our monthly look at the most popular posts on the blog. Let’s mark this last month with a look at the most read stories in the whole of 2015 instead of just December.
Sometimes the old and trusted interfaces are best. How about a good old-fashioned dial to exactly control your input to your work? Anything you can control with your mouse or cursor, that is.
Maybe one to interest Gadget Masters – an artistic look at Big Data and some of the lesser-spotted technology behind it. The Big Bang Data exhibition is just beginning at Somerset House. “Artists, designers and innovators show how the data explosion is transforming our world.” I’m always up for a bit of culture, so it was interesting to see the ...
By the power of Google Analytics, let’s see what clicked on Gadget Master in the month of November.
Two winners of the ‘Wearables for Good‘ design challenge have been announced. The competition was run by UNICEF, ARM and frog, and its two winners are Khushi Baby and SoaPen.
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When Steve Furber and Sophie Wilson developed the first ARM processors could they have envisaged that the Cortex-M0 would find its way into a cocktail mixing machine? And would it have made them proud?
Interesting. ‘Ring‘ is a camera-equipped doorbell button that connects to a home Wi-Fi system in response to its built-in motion sensors.