The Rubik’s Cube has been baffling brains since the early 80’s and can still be found in stores…however a new electronic version of this humble 3-D puzzle has just surfaced. It’s called Rubik’s Spark and while it looks like the original cube, it’s not covered in colourful stickers and you don’t physically twist parts of it, instead you’ll simply tilt[Read More…]
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Last month Microsoft launched their re-designed XBox One S games console with Ultra HD support among the features. Sony has followed this with a slimmer and lighter Playstation 4 console arriving in stores last week. The new PS4 is 30 percent smaller and 25percent lighter than previous models and even uses 34 percent less power. If however you’re looking for[Read More…]
If you’ve been using computers long enough to remember when they weren’t all connected to the internet here’s something fun that will bring back some good memories. The Internet archive at www.archive.org recently made thousands video games from the 80’s and 90’s available to play online in your web browser. Originally designed to run on IBM compatible PCs these MS-DOS[Read More…]
A long time ago in a galaxy far away…actually just last week in this galaxy Lucasfilm and Disney Interactive launched an official Star Wars mobile app. Apart from keeping users up to date with details of the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie, the app also features sound clips and trivia, an augmented reality light sabre trainer and even[Read More…]
Even been told you look either older or younger than you really are? Were they being extra nice or a bit nasty? Well how about letting a computer have a look and give you an answer based on an equation? Microsoft recently set up the website how-old.net which allows users to upload a photo of themselves to then be delivered[Read More…]