This VR game is the best way to find Fantastic Beasts

Form an orderly queue Potter fans, this virtual reality (VR) mobile game for Fantastic Beasts is a thing of beauty. With Harry Potter fever still very much alive, Warner Bros. has recently released a VR game focused around the popular Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them franchise. Here’s a little taster of what to […]

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Is Intel leaving consumer IoT to focus on autonomous cars?

It was reported earlier this month that Intel will eliminate nearly 140 jobs after dropping three of its IoT-focused product lines. It followed news in June that last month’s news that Intel was discontinuing development of the company’s Galileo, Joule and Edison lines, originally developed to power a range of IoT-based devices and applications including wearables, smart speakers, […]

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Here’s how to follow Team GB at the Winter Games

Keep right up to date with the action in PyeongChang. With the Winter Olympic games in PyeongChang underway, why not get all the latest action direct from South Korea, beamed straight to your smartphone. Here’s something to get you in the mood for some serious snowsports action. The App The Team GB Winter Olympics App […]

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What is the future of self-driving car regulation?

Driverless cars are making serious progress. Waymo’s most recent disengagement report showed that the self-driving car software performed much better in 2016 than it did in 2015. Despite the cars traveling more miles overall, the software system had fewer disengagements. California requires that all companies testing self-driving cars submit a disengagement report each year. Disengagements […]

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Disney announce Star Wars: Rivals mobile game

Need more Star Wars in your life? The Force is strong with this new mobile game app. In case you didn’t have enough reasons to spend time on your favourite Star Wars games. Lucasfilm and Disney have announced this new mobile gaming app. In a Galaxy far, far away, the Star Wars: Rivals mobile game […]

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nuTonomy wants to be self-driving in Singapore by summer 2018

Self-driving startup nuTonomy said it hopes to launch a commercial ride service in Singapore by the second quarter of 2018, possibly in partnership with local ride-hailing service Grab. Originally an MIT spin-off, nuTonomy has worked on self-driving software for three years. It started trialling its tech in Singapore in 2016, and expanded its shuttle program […]

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