At around this time each year, gamers around the world tune into the Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, to see new video games for the first time. Here are eight highlights from this year's show, including some of the best-kept secrets and biggest surprises. Let's get right into it!
Have you always wanted to create your own Alexa Skills for your Echo, Echo Dot or Echo Show? Amazon has a new service to help you do just that, Alexa Skill Blueprints. Let take a look at how it works...
We use billions of single-use plastic bags, disposable coffee cups, plastic water bottles, straws and more every year. Today, I want to let you know about a few small changes we can all make in our everyday lives to help reduce these numbers and make a difference to our environment.
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We are living in a time where our smartphones, tablets and smartwatch markets are saturated with really good products and most of the big innovative things have been done, so what's the next big thing? Is it augmented reality glasses? Let's discuss...
Apple recently came out with its answer to both the Sonos sound systems and smart speakers such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home. The HomePod. Today I want to look back nearly twelve years at Apple’s first attempt at a speaker, the iPod Hi-Fi.
I have been doing some Raspberry Pi projects recently to make my digital life a little easier. Including, Plex Media server, Make your own NAS, Minecraft server and a CUPS Print server. I hope some of them will be useful for you, so grab your Raspberry Pi and let's get started.
The iPhone X impressed us with its features when it was announced but one of the features that stood out for being downright cool was Animoji. On the surface, it’s just a bunch of talking emojis but on a deeper level it’s some pretty impressive stuff; it uses technology that recognises muscle movements, which only shows potential. I’ve had a lot of fun using it and in this blog demo it for you.