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Robobee - the drone to perch and save energy

Published on 29-May-2016

Flapping two tiny wings, the small, thin robot wobbles its way towards the underside of a leaf, bumps into the surface and latches on...

How Blizzard redefined the first-person shooter

Published on 29-May-2016

Overwatch, the new team-based first-person shooter from World of Warcraft developer Blizzard, has been out recently, but it's already...

Five of the best meditation apps for you

Published on 29-May-2016

The first rule of mindfulness might be to switch your smartphone off. From checking emails at bedtime to constant, needy push notifications...

Warhammer, a blend of strategy and high fantasy

Published on 29-May-2016

Warhammer is a range of tabletop strategy games; Total War is a series of historical battle simulations. Combining...

Into uncharted territory for the final time

Published on 22-May-2016
Lionhead was latterly bought by Microsoft, and suffered the accidental destruction that large corporations routinely inflict on small, quirky developers.

From Nathan Drake's last hurrah and Star Fox Zero landing to Doom, Gears Of War and The Division's multiplayer woes..

The 'walking simulator' that made it to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Published on 22-May-2016

The intention was to explore the limits of the first-person shooter genre...

Doom, a ludicrous yet compelling return to shooter basics

Published on 22-May-2016

The original Doom was a carnival of overstatement. There's the ludicrous premise: Martian moons invaded by demons...

The 10 best racing games for Android, iPhone & iPad

Published on 22-May-2016
One of the biggest console racing franchises has translated smoothly to mobile in its latest version. It's a familiar mix of street-racing and ride-pimping, with the slip-slidey cornering and strategic boosts that NFS players are accustomed to.

From big franchises like Need for Speed and Real Racing to indie hits like Race the Sun and Thumb Drift...

Yo-Kai Watch is a cute contender to the Pokemon throne

Published on 15-May-2016

You won't find many Yo-kai Watch reviews that don't touch on the obvious parallels between it and Pokmon. Capturing...

Switching off is no longer realistic

Published on 15-May-2016

I left my house without my phone the other day and could not be bothered to go back to get it. "Sure, I can be...

Battlefield 1 takes shooter games back to world war

Published on 15-May-2016

While Call of Duty is heading far into the future with this year's installment, its annual first-person shooter rival...

Uncharted 4: A rollicking, globetrotting adventure

Published on 15-May-2016

There have been very few video game characters as well conceived as Nathan Drake. Exuding charm and determination...

Dyson V8, a cordless alternative to an upright

Published on 08-May-2016

Dyson believes that cordless vacuums are the future, whether handheld or robotic, but battery technology has been the big sticking point...

How Ballard inspired the game 'Her Story'

Published on 08-May-2016

When Sam Barlow was working at Climax Studios in Portsmouth, helping to design the survival horror sequel, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories...

Web browsers' future belongs to tech firms

Published on 08-May-2016

Ten years ago, there were two web browsers that anyone cared about: Netscape and Internet Explorer...

Top 20 iPhone, iPad apps and games for this month

Published on 08-May-2016

With Shakespeare in the news thanks to the 400th anniversary of his death, this is the first of a planned series of 37 apps...

How to use technology to sleep better

Published on 01-May-2016
For the last three years I've been using various bits of tech to analyse my sleep and to better optimise my nights.

Tired of being tired? Instead of banning electronics from the bedroom, tech can help you get to sleep faster, sleep better...

Skullcandy Grind Wireless: great if they didn't hurt

Published on 01-May-2016

Skullcandy has made a habit out of producing pretty good sounding and attractive headphones that don't cost the earth....

The greatest Xbox 360 games

Published on 01-May-2016
Sure, the Red Ring of Death fiasco will cast a long shadow over the machine's history and reputation, but this remains one of the most important and influential launches in the console timeline

Microsoft has stopped making its hugely successful console. Here are some favourite moments from its 10-year history, writes Keith Stuart

What is a chat bot? Is it a gimmick or genuinely useful?

Published on 01-May-2016

Once, a messenger app did just that -message. But with the rise of artificial intelligence, tech companies are falling...

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets a gathering during 'Rally for Change' at Jawaharlal Nehru...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets a gathering during 'Rally for Change' at Jawaharlal Nehru...

Rahul Gandhi, newly elected president of India's main opposition Congress party, kisses the...

Rahul Gandhi, newly elected president of India's main opposition Congress party, kisses the...

A performer poses during celebrations after Rahul Gandhi, newly elected president of India's main...

A performer poses during celebrations after Rahul Gandhi, newly elected president of India's main...

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral...

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral...

Army and Air Force jawans pay homage to the martyrs of Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, on the...

Army and Air Force jawans pay homage to the martyrs of Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, on the...

Women take part in a bike rally to commemorate the Vijay Diwas celebrations in Karad, Maharashtra...

Women take part in a bike rally to commemorate the Vijay Diwas celebrations in Karad, Maharashtra...

Polling staff check EVM one day ahead of the Amritsar Municipal Corporation elections, in...

Polling staff check EVM one day ahead of the Amritsar Municipal Corporation elections, in...

Umarte Sau Crore Abhiyan Bihar members with eunuchs at a candle light march during a protest...

Umarte Sau Crore Abhiyan Bihar members with eunuchs at a candle light march during a protest...

Indian Air Force's 'Akash Ganga' sky diving team members perform during an air show on the...

Indian Air Force's 'Akash Ganga' sky diving team members perform during an air show on the...

The new Stoos Bahn, which claims to be the steepest funicular railway in the world, stands on its...

The new Stoos Bahn, which claims to be the steepest funicular railway in the world, stands on its...

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