This Smart Wristband Takes The Heartache Out Of Long-Distance Relationships

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 30.11.2015 | UK Tech

Pillow Talk is a Kickstarter project that aims to tackle one of the biggest problems surrounding a long-distance relationship: intimacy. It's a sma...

There's An App Called Pooductive For Chatting To Other People On The Loo

The Huffington Post UK | Sophie Brown | Posted 20.08.2015 | UK Tech

We're back with yet more evidence to prove there really is an app for everything... Pooductive let's you chat with people who are also on the loo....

One Week

Martyn Sibley | Posted 14.08.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Martyn Sibley

Today I met Katy Etherington from PA Pool for a friendly coffee, Skyped Alan Chaulet in Boston about his Kickstarter to get wheelchairs on aeroplanes (more to come!), and read more of my latest book (about growing tech businesses).

This Bracelet Is Actually The Ultimate Lifesaving Survival Tool In Disguise

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 11.08.2015 | UK Tech

If Bear Grylls had five minutes, three raisins, and a stick we're pretty sure he'd come up with something almost entirely identical to the Firestarter...

New Classic 'Thunderbirds' Project Makes Me an Incredibly Proud Son

Jamie Anderson | Posted 27.07.2015 | UK Entertainment
Jamie Anderson

As a keen advocate of practical film-making, a fan myself, and son of the man behind it all - I can't help but feel an immense sense of pride, seeing this project come to fruition. The project is using original 1960s soundtracks, released as audio-only 'mini albums', and will adapt these stories, and film the accompanying visuals.

Stunning Women's Photo Project Celebrates Bottoms Of All Shapes And Sizes

The Huffington Post UK | Poorna Bell | Posted 15.07.2015 | UK Lifestyle

What does a great bottom look like? It's both Kylie Minogue and Serena Williams; it's also Tess Munster and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini. Here to cele...

Defending the Right to Health

Olivia Murphy | Posted 17.06.2015 | UK Universities & Education
Olivia Murphy

Talented health professionals from across the world are our greatest hope for realising the universal right to health in an increasingly challenging world. For this to happen, equitable access to global health training is essential. For if WHO is to be a truly global guardian of health, its workforce, and thus its interns, must be global too.

Artists are Doing it for Themselves

Katie Beswick | Posted 10.06.2015 | UK Entertainment
Katie Beswick

Just five days after its Kickstarter launch his first project, a short film called ANNA, has raised more than half the funds needed for production

The World's First Workout-Friendly Hijab Is Here

The Huffington Post UK | Sophie Brown | Posted 05.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle

A Kickstarter project for the world's first climate adapting hijab has raised £8,500 in just three days, smashing the original £3,270 target. Thr...

Not Sure Who To Hire? Hire Everyone With Crowdsourcing

The Huffington Post UK | Shihab S Joi | Posted 19.06.2015 | UK

Imagine getting the help you need to build your business without the worry of paying a regular wage. In fact, instead of a small team, you can hire…...

The Blockheads: Beyond the Call of Dury

Mark Hillary | Posted 22.05.2015 | UK Entertainment
Mark Hillary

As a band, The Blockheads should be legends - fully paid-up members of British music royalty. Many people will know them better as Ian Dury and the Bl...

This Incredible Gadget Is The Remote Control For Everything You Own

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 01.06.2015 | UK Tech

When the 'Internet of Things' finally becomes something we can define, this little guy is going to be most powerful gadget in your house. Nuimo...

Scents and Dark Confessions: The Rise of the Magazine

Peter McGuire | Posted 12.06.2015 | UK
Peter McGuire

Magazines are closing down, newspapers are struggling, and you're reading this online. Print is dying, right? Two young Irish writers beg to differ. They're proving that there's a growing market for high-quality, aesthetically attractive, content-driven niche publications.

This Gadget Can Be A Violin, Guitar And Piano

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 09.03.2015 | UK Tech

This is the Artiphon Instument 1. It's a digital instrument that can be a violin, guitar, piano and beat maker and it's currently crushing its Kicksta...

Would You Buy A 'Fart In A Jar'?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 24.02.2015 | UK Comedy

The Reddit thread s****ykickstarters is, as you might expect, full of the weirdest, wackiest and sometimes downright stupidest pleas for Kickstarter f...

The Pebble Might Now Come In Colour

The Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 23.02.2015 | UK Tech

The Pebble smart watch might not be a dominant player in wearable tech on sales alone, but with few truly compelling products to compete against it’...

PMS Bites Now Exist To Help With Your Premenstrual Woes

The Huffington Post UK | Natasha Hinde | Posted 12.02.2015 | UK Lifestyle

The week before your period can be pretty fraught. The smallest and most insignificant things can bring you to tears, your face resembles a dot-to-...

The Crowdfunding Power of Flash Gordon

Lisa Downs | Posted 11.04.2015 | UK Entertainment
Lisa Downs

Over 20 years later and I have learnt that Flash Gordon has had an impact on just about everyone who has seen it. It's not a film that people find "okay". It's a film that "blew your mind". If it didn't, you simply hadn't seen it.

Michael Rundle

Is 'CES Vs Crowdfunding' Actually A Phoney War? | Michael Rundle | Posted 16.01.2015 | UK Tech

Tech Editor Michael Rundle meets IndieGoGo CEO Slava Rubin at CES 2015, and finds out what giant tech shows - and trust - mean in an age of crowdfundi...

Britain Is Going To The Moon

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 22.12.2014 | UK Tech

A British-founded project to land a probe on the Moon has successfully completed its first round of funding via Kickstarter. Lunar Mission One will...

The Typewriter Is Back (With An E-Ink Display)

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 11.12.2014 | UK Tech

The typewriter may have been resigned to trendy shop windows and the occasional loft but while the technology is old, the function it served is as rel...

Why I Started a New Religion

Andrew Sheerin | Posted 25.01.2015 | UK
Andrew Sheerin

I wanted to do a religious game that showed religion in itself could be benevolent, it's just the application and interpretation that's problematic. Yet this gets stale quickly. The usual dividing lines in this argument run similar to those of gun control in the US: "Guns don't kill people, people kill people". Therefore, religion doesn't kill people, people with religion kill people. Drunk drivers don't kill people, drunk drivers who hit people and kill people, kill people... It's a facile argument that gets meaningless very quickly. The thing is, if religion really is so intoxicatingly corruptible, then it doesn't matter how great it is on paper, it's never going to have a happy ending.

This Thing Takes Your Blood For REAL When You Get Shot In 'Call Of Duty'

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 25.11.2014 | UK Tech

Gamers are constantly on the search for truly immersive video gaming experiences, whether it's using something as game-changing as Oculus Rift or some...

Hipster Periscopes: The Latest Tech Trend For Idiots

The Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 21.11.2014 | UK Tech

Have you ever wanted to see the world from the perspective of a child? Have you ever wanted to wander around town looking like a cardboard emu with...

These Audio Gadgets Are Pushing The Boundaries

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 19.11.2014 | UK Tech

The life of the audiophile is a tough one. From the constant battle to have the highest-quality music, to the eternal struggle of finding the best qua...