With the DJI Osmo Mobile 2 gimbal, the company brings three axis stabilisation from their drones to mobile users allowing them to mount their smartphone to capture picture perfect shake-free stills and record butter smooth video footage. DJI takes this one step further by introducing a 4K video camera and reducing the entire package with […]
Gadgets for Education
Our favourite childhood toy, Lego, has been around since 1932. For decades, children have been playing with them building various sorts of structures – buildings, castles, Lego people, animals, cars… You name it, but it is really more than just a mere toy. Lego sets incorporate creativity and STEM activities with productive entertainment. From fiery […]
Flagship smartphones are pushing the boundaries of phone photography with each release performing better than the last. Incredible AI, use of multiple lenses, camera sensors and software are turning the phone in your pocket into a little pro-shooter.
What better way to prepare your kids for a future driven by technology, software and programming than to start them young and give them every opportunity to explore and learn coding and programming.
Just getting to know Raspberry Pi and wondering what else you need the get started? we list the must have accessories and add-ons for the small and affordable computer, now in its third generation, the Raspberry Pi 3 B+.
Introducing your children to the world of coding can be a bit of a challenge, particularly for parents who themselves have no idea about how codes work. In today’s era where the digital world has largely taken over our tasks and routines, it is essential to learn the fundamentals of coding.
Smart pens have been around for a while now – the first serious players in this technology sector, ‘Livescribe’ appearing in 2007 with their first edition smart pen.
Don’t go back to university or college without first checking our list of must-have gears to make the best of your university and college life.
5 Must-have Motorola Mods for the Moto Z Family: essential add-on modules for Moto Z, Z Force, Z Play, Z2 Force & Z2 Play
Modular phones are picking up steam. Since LG G5 and Moto Z, Android’s creator, Andy Rubin joint the game with his smartphone simply called Essential Phone. It has magnetic contacts for snap-on accessories cementing the trend.
While the stylus is nothing new, in response to stylus totting devices from Microsoft (Surface Pro 7 and Surface Book 2), Apple has come up with its own Apple Pencil, made this exclusively for iPad Pro and eventually added support to the entire iPad family. Other manufacturers are following suit, bringing back the pen input.
Despite the sometimes sinister perspectives of robots taking over our world, as portrayed in numerous films, the reality of robotics is here to stay.
Now that the dust has settled, both new generation MacBook 12 and new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar are out, we have Apple to thank for that Thunderbolt 3 with USB-C interface.
Need a self contained home monitoring camera with some bells and whistles thrown in, look no further. Here are 5 of the best connected cameras for monitoring, presence and security.
Why starter kits, these are what manufacturers put together to entice you and to get your started on your journey to building and configuring your own smart home. You can decide on one with the right amount of kit to suit your needs.
There are many reasons why one would choose an 8-inch over a 7-inch tablet. the whole 1-inch does make a big difference. So, if you do not need a big tablet, and do not like to be limited by a small 7-inch display than perhaps 8-inch is your thing.
Standard portable wireless speaker may not cut it anymore. As we move around and share our tunes with others, the sound box needs to be capable of pumping 360° omni-directional sound. We look at 10 of the best omni-directional speakers with sound to fill any room and to take with you wherever you go.
Tired of under powered Windows 10 Tablets based on Atom processors. Not one for full size tablets, then the Galaxy TabPro S strikes a balance between performance and portability.
For a long time, access to decent microscopes was something that was limited to older, typically high school age children, and then came the emergence of USB microscopes really took the jump and made micron size objects accessible, displaying them on screens.
Imagine being immersed in an experience so completely, that you’re right there; right there in front of the stage, you could practically reach out and touch the objects in front of you, or you could turn yourself 360 degrees all the way around and still see every little detail behind you.