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The Future of Wearables Is to Be Re-Made in China


by on August 6th, 2014

Reports in January indicated that wearable tech gadgets, particularly smart watches, were of no interest to Chinese counterfeiters. Given a few months and it now appears that big-name Chinese manufacturers could be at the heart of wearables adoption. Mobile phone maker Xaiomi announced the Mi Band fitness wearable along with the Mi 4 smartphone unveiled […]

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Virtual Sports are on their way to become very real


by on July 25th, 2014

If you tuned into ESPN3 on Sunday, July 20th, you could see the final round of The International which is the annual tournament of the popular Dota 2 video game, hosted by the game’s developer Valve Corporation. This event was the second one this year that was aired on one of the major sports channels […]

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Apple, IBM and the Enterprisation of Consumer Technology


by on July 16th, 2014

Apple and IBM have recently entered into a partnership to build exclusive enterprise-specific apps that combine Apple’s cool factor and software smarts with IBM’s business credibility and cloud services. The partnership, covering native apps, cloud services and device management, was announced by Apple under the name ‘IBM MobileFirst for iOS’. The language surrounding the release […]

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LG launches first QHD smartphone – has it done enough?


by on July 9th, 2014

“Jobs, you need a new pair of spectacles, mate”: a statement I imagine to have passed through designers’ minds at LG following the launch of its latest flagship smartphone, the G3.  It seems not so long ago that the iPhone 4 was launched, along with claims from the late Steve Jobs that around 300 PPI […]

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3D Printing your Royal Ascot Hats


by on June 25th, 2014

Last week in the UK, the Telegraph reported how ‘cutting-edge 3D printing and avant-garde fashion have been brought together by milliner Gabriela Ligenza to create a unique hat for Royal Ascot’. The hat was printed by converting a poem, written by racing poet Henry Birtles based on the event, into a 3D design. Exciting as […]

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