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The country’s Thai Delicious project aims to highlight sub-standard attempts at its national dishes using a robot that analyses and compares food against a government standard.
After last week’s postponement, Chinese gamers can finally experience a major console launch with the release of the Xbox One, following the country's 13-year ban on video game systems.
Team Nixie has produced a highly innovative mini-quad-copter you can strap to your wrist, in a bid to win Intel’s Make It Wearable contest.
Here's a brief sample of the best games you're going to want to play this Autumn 2014, including Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Assassin's Creed: Unity.
Chris Hemsworth is swapping Thor's hammer for a computer keyboard in Michael Mann's new thriller, Blackhat, that will hit cinemas in January 2015.
Fans attending this year's Ryder Cup in Scotland will receive special, interactive wristbands allowing them to take part in various events and share their experiences on social media.
Two Norwegian artists have created a waist-high art sculpture that analyses tweets in real-time and oozes different coloured paints depending on the emotions contained within them.
A university student has created Chargeboard, a skateboard that charges your electronic devices using the kinetic energy generated by its wheels, and which also includes built-in speakers.
We caught up with Matt Shea of the popular game network WildTangent to see just how mobile games have affected the notion of modern day gaming.
The 40th Ryder Cup tees off in Scotland on Friday and there are plenty of ways to follow all the action and ensure you don't miss a single shot of golf's ultimate team competition.
The software giant has built a four-foot high art installation using five PCs, five projectors and four Kinect sensors in order to create an interactive dance party.