15 years ago, Kiyan Prince passed away after being stabbed in the chest while trying to break up a fight outside his school in London. The 15-year-old was a promising football player, an academy player at Queen’s Park Rangers–and now QPR has officially signed him in an initiative to raise awareness for knife crime, Video […]
Tapping the tiny screen of the Apple Watch with precision has a certain level of fundamental difficulty, but for some people with disabilities it’s genuinely impossible. Apple has remedied this with a new mode called “Assistive Touch” that detects hand gestures to control a cursor and navigate that way. The feature was announced as part […]
Liquid Instruments raises $13.7M to bring its education-focused 8-in-1 engineering gadget to market – .
Part of learning to be an engineer is understanding the tools you’ll have to work with — voltmeters, spectrum analyzers, things like that. But why use two, or eight for that matter, where one will do? The Moku:Go combines several commonly used tools into one compact package, saving room on your workbench or classroom while […]
This year’s I/O event from Google was heavy on the “we’re building something cool” and light on the “here’s something you can use or buy tomorrow.” But there were also some interesting surprises from the semi-live event held in and around the company’s Mountain View campus. Read on for all the interesting bits. Android 12 […]