This is project Christine! Razer’s new modular PC concept that could change the way people customise their computers in the future. For more than 30 years only advanced users have been able to customise their PC, knowing where to put the parts, knowing what does what, but now with Project Christine its easy all you have to do it plug the component you want in and there you go. Yes it is that easy!
Here is our list of the top 5 Xbox One games (so far): Dead Rising 3
It would be easy to choose dead rising 3 on Xbox if you’re in to lots of blood and gore. Dead rising 3 starts off in the walled it version of Los Perdidos. A thinly covered Los Angeles that has been overrun by the undead. The whole map isn’t as big as you would think but the variety of what you can have and do makes up for that and just makes it easy to explore for hours on end. You can craft up and make 100’s of weapons and hardly ever get you to the point where you don’t want to play anymore you can always find something to do.
Over the past year, police in Compton, Los Angeles have been testing a surveillance system that allows officers to monitor every car and person in real time as they travel around the city. The system, billed as a ‘Live Google Earth’ was invented by a retired Air Force veteran who owns a company called Persistent Surveillance Systems.
Samsung have taken TV viewing to the next level with their new and improved curved TV the HU8500 Ultra HD TV. It went on sale in the UK on the 14th of April and will be followed by the company’s flagship version, an impressive 105in monster.
Last week, Amazon announced the news that they were bringing out a brand new gadget: the Dash. The product is simply a handheld device, resembling a remote control that allows you to remotely order your groceries.
A new era for road marking has been unveiled in the Netherlands after a 500 meter stretch of highway was opened featuring glow in the dark marking. The paint, which contains ‘photo-luminising’ powder charges up during the day and slowly releases a green light at night.
For those not on Beta test lists or pre-ordered via special secret codes, you can now, for one day only become a Google Glass Explorer, next week. On Tuesday 15th April 2014 Google will be opening up spots in its Explorer programme to test the fascinating and somewhat controversial technology. It is open to any adult in the US but it will set you back $1500 + tax.
A number of tech firms around the world are encouraging users to ensure that they have changed all their passwords following the release of the Heartbleed Bug which poses a major security risk.
The Heartbleed Bug was disclosed only two days ago, but has already potentially exposed usernames and passwords on sites such as Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr, Google and more. Tumblr, owned by internet giant Yahoo, has advised the public to “change your passwords everywhere – especially your high-security services like email, file storage and banking.”
Israeli startup company StoreDot has showcased new technology that can charge a mobile phone battery in under 30 seconds. The prototype was demoed at Microsoft’s Think Next Conference in Tel Aviv.
The UK Government has signed a deal with Microsoft worth £5.5 million to have extended support for the out-of-date Windows XP operating system. The deal will ensure an additional 12 months of support and security updates across the UK public sector after commercial support for the operating system ends today.