Browsing All Posts published on »February, 2011«

Vuzix Wrap 280, the mobile 3D TV

February 25, 2011 by


  A massive widescreen television for £199 that you can carry around anywhere. This seems like a bit of a no-brainer. Advertisements

The £1 million luxury car that’s simply electric

February 22, 2011 by


Rolls-Royce have recently announced that they are going to unveil their one-off electric remake of the luxurious Phantom in March. The Daily Mail believes the EX-102 will cost around £1 million but is this a realistic price? Over £600,000 more than a standard Phantom, surely no-one would spend more than half a million on being […]

Religion to Science: “Bring It”

February 21, 2011 by


Anonymous has now supposedly targeted an anti-gay church in the US which responded to threats from the cyber group by saying; “Bring it.” The Westboro Baptist Church’s response to a post on was met with scepticism as claims emerge that suggest the threats were not made by Anonymous. Unfortunately without having a recognised figure […]

Rovio, the Wi-Fi robot

February 20, 2011 by


Ever go home for half term to find your little brother has had his hands all over your perfectly organised DvD collection? Well meet Rovio, your replacement while you stay at university. Rovio is essentially a remote control robot that you can operate using your computer, mobile phone or games console. You can view what […]

The Moller Skycar M400

February 16, 2011 by


  When you win the lottery this is  what you’ll want to buy first. A £324,000, 380mph, flying car. Let’s start with the realistic drawbacks. For example there are a number of questions that arise with your future purchase. You’ll want to consider how you plan to tax this ‘car’? I mean road tax doesn’t […]

“Let us teach you a lesson you’ll never forget: don’t mess with Anonymous”

February 8, 2011 by


The Anonymous Saga continues… And that’s really what this is turning into now. It seems like a Sci-Fi story gone wrong. ‘Anonymous’ has now attacked the US security firm HBGary because it claimed to know the identity of the top members of the cyber group. Now we can add even more attacks to the already […]

World Web War I

February 5, 2011 by


The resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak seems imminent. Despite the staggering devotion shown by the protesters what’s been interesting me is Mubarak’s attempts to ‘retract’ the Internet and the mobile phone networks from the people. Obviously this was an attempt to hinder the Egyptians ability to communicate and thus kill off the never-ending protests. […]