I am a 29-year-old tech lover and self-confessed geek and football fanatic! When I am not playing with the latest gadget you will often find me watching my favourite TV shows including Game of Thrones, Young Sheldon, The Big Bang Theory and Robot Wars. Feel free to follow me on Instagram @robbiedunion or Twitter @robbiedunion
1 week ago
The Mayku FormBox is a desktop vacuum former that brings your ideas to life, using any vacuum cleaner to make molds in minutes with no additional software or digital model manipulation required.
4 weeks ago
This is sure to make you smile on a Monday morning. Disco Dog is a smartphone-controlled LED dog vest. It is a fun way to keep your dog visible and safe.
1 month ago
A look at Cerebra, a charity creating solutions in response to direct requests from parents and carers of children with neurological conditions who are struggling to find the piece of equipment to make their life easier, more inclusive and fun.
RS Components took on Sony UK TEC in the Raspberry Pi Derby on Friday evening to raise money for Children with Cancer UK.
Employees from RS Components and Sony UK Technology Centre head to the King Power Stadium on Friday evening to compete in the Raspberry Pi Derby, raising money for the Children with Cancer UK charity.
Staff members from RS Components and the Sony Technology Centre will head to The King Power Stadium in Leicester to compete against each other in a charity football match, with the aim of raising over £12,000 for Children with Cancer UK.
4 months ago
View all of our photos from this year's Maker Faire UK in Newcastle
4 months ago
We had the honour of visiting Ultimaker’s HQ in Geldermalsen to see the next generation of Ultimaker’s range in action, and we were very impressed by the latest printer within their line-up!
4 months ago
How did Tottenham Hotspur use revolutionary technology to persuade the NFL to agree a 10-year deal to host games at their new stadium?
As a global leader in power and automation technologies ABB know almost everything that there is to
5 months ago
Some of the biggest technological advances in the sport are being enabled by the Internet of Things (IoT) which is revolutionising football for players, coaches, event organisers and supporters. But how?
3D printing would allow players to truly personalise footwear like never before. The technology would enable boots to be created from a scan of a players’ foot, providing a perfect fit and improved control.