Category Archives: Future Technologies
It’s been a while since some future technology was posted on here. On a slight twist on things this isn’t a posting of something further down the line, but something that is merely just an idea which could [in theory] … Continue reading
Westminster Council is planning to install 14,000 smart street lights across the borough. The lights can notify engineers when they are broken or need replacing.
Logitech have been in their laboratory thinking up something rather obvious for the real world: a keyboard that you can wash in the kitchen sink.
Some future tech, or should it be dream tech(?), this week. Waking up in the same place every morning is boring. Winscape is based on large super HD plasma screens being mounted into your wall to create the visual effect … Continue reading
Occasionally you come across a site that you think ‘hmm, this could be really useful’ this is one of those: Mapnificent. Mapnificent quickly shows you places in the area you’re in or planning to visit using public transport, a bicycle … Continue reading
Details of the forthcoming controller-free environment have been announced by Microsoft this week.
Dyson, the design geniuses, that make vacuum cleaners and ‘blade’ hand dryers have now moved into making fans.
A few weeks ago you may well have seen or read in the news about Smart Meters for your home and them being installed in all homes across the UK.
This week sees the London Future House Exhibition hosted in London’s Excel Centre. Some of the future gadgets for the home are truly expensive, but others are reasonable in price and practicable.
A very interesting desktop (literally) application has been released called BumpTop. BumpTop makes the desktop so much better and user friendly. Some of you will be asking – “So what???”