Anyone who entertains a complex based on the idea that computers will become self-aware and start taking over the world has undoubtedly been labeled neurotic in days gone by... But it seems that the more paranoid segment of the population have finally solidified evidence for their doubt.
Gaming moves at a pace that means in but a few months this article will most likely seem ridiculous. But, like a digital Nostradamus, I shall offer my thoughts and remember anything that may come to appear false is simply a code for a greater truth.
When you're talking innovations, tech and a few gadgets in particular, have woven their way into my life and continue to impresses me more and more on a daily basis. Here's how...
Shortly after the birth of my son nine years ago my house was burgled. Whether it was New-Baby-Fatigue or something else, a window was probably left open and I awoke to my wife's lamentations and a defiled house.
Am I a geek? I suppose so, but no more so than all the other women I know.
There isn't a day that passes without an article talking about the demise of PC and desktop computing in favour of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
"I've got a great idea for a new iPhone app". As the owner of a mobile games studio, I've heard this phrase more times than I can count. I've heard it so many times that I decided to do something about it and turned to a term that has been much talked about: crowdsourcing.
An iPad will never replace mum or dad reading a book before bedtime. McDonalds never as yummy as a home cooked dinner. Being told off is better than being ignored. Kids deserve more and parents need to step up and be counted. It is time to get back to the basics of what it means to be a mum or a dad.
I have long contended that we don't actually need more than one or two personal information devices in our lives. Thus far my personal experience is suggesting that's true.
Mobile browsing while watching the TV? We're a nation of 'Dual Screeners' and advertisers are learning new tricks to keep us engaged.
Following on from last weekend's Valentine's gift guide for girls, here are a few ideas for the boys.
At CES this year, Victorinox announced their latest offering - the Victorinix SSD, which is both a Swiss Army Knife and also a 1 TB (you read that correctly, 1 TB) solid state drive (SSD).
It's not just Apple iPhones that can have battery issues when they are first released! Do you have a Nokia Lumia 800 and are you affected by the bug? Let us know...
Many of us will be asking for that one, essential piece of tech to help us with our life at university, be it for class of just for fun. These are my three biggest contenders for Santa's money this Christmas.
It's an exciting time in digital but as a Brit recently returned to these fair shores as well as an independent author, I have been pondering why the uptake of ebooks and e-readers is so behind America and even Australia. Here are my thoughts.
Having worked in the ecommerce industry for over a decade now, I am constantly surprised by the ingenious ways you can save money, from voucher codes offering percentage savings to using price comparison websites to make sure you're going to the best-value stores on the high street.