This article on the BBC technology news site, highlights Google’s recent takeovers of companies in the robotics industry and possible future plans. Interesting times once again especially in light of Amazon’s recent drone delivery systems.
At Google I/O 2012, the Project Glass team took product demoing to a new level!
This is pretty impressive a real life working Transformer!
Tired of fiddling with cables and memory cards? You might not have to in the near future as wireless data transfer becomes more and more common
A great video about 9 year-old Caine who built an elaborate arcade out of cardboard boxes (located in his dad’s used auto parts store). Unfortunately, Caine had no customers. Then one day, the internet organized a surprise to make his day.
Just goes to show you can’t beat a bit of cardboard and a childs imagination!
You can find out more about Caine on his website.
A bit of old news but pretty impressive the video depicts what a day in the life of a Google glasses-wearer would be like. Shown literally through the eyes of a of the wearer, it all starts with the glasses booting up. A series of icons flash into his field of vision, Terminator-style. He checks his calendar and the weather, chats and shares photos with friends.
Will be interesting to see how this develops!
As the 2012 Formula 1 Season is almost here thought it might be topical!
Don’t forget if you want to see some of Europe’s best races then Leger Holidays have a great selection to choose from plus we are also running a competition for the Spanish Grand Prix!
BERG announced “Little Printer,” its Web-connected printer for the home including a broad selection of custom designed publications. BERG also introduced BERG Cloud, a new platform for creating, connecting and controlling smart products and infrastructure.
Little Printer will be available in 2012, wouldn’t mind giving one of these a trial 😉
I think if the tablet had been launched Microsoft may well have gone on to conquer the tablet market place!
The video above shows even more of its planned capabilities, maybe some of this will be incorporaetd in the Windows 8 tablets.