Category Archives: Epic Tech Spotlight Fridays

Epic Tech Spotlight Friday (on Tuesday!) #3 – Pebble E-Paper Watch (Kickstarter)

Returning to the widely popular crowd funding website Kickstarter, this article is about the product with the greatest success story the website has ever seen: the Pebble E-Paper Watch. Raising $2M in it’s first 28 hours, and a total of over $10M (the most money ever raised on Kickstarter) with some people buying 100 watches, they truly smashed their $100,000 target. Read the rest of this entry


Epic Tech Spotlight Friday #2 – Google Project Glass

Augmented Reality, the dream of every sci-fi obsessed technology fan. Being able to browse your social networks, send messages, talk to friends, use maps and broadcast your location to friends while walking down the street with a tiny eye movement would be truly wonderful. And maybe a little expensive. Google have released the following film which outlines their aims for Project Glass, and augmented reality project.

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Epic Tech Spotlight Friday (on Saturday!) #1 – Oculus Rift

Sorry for the late post, I didn’t have a lot of time yesterday to post this.

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Apple: A Year Afterwards

(It’s not about technology, we know, but we had to.)

It has been exactly one year since the inspiring Steve Jobs died of pancreatic cancer. Millions of people sent their messages of condolence to Apple and Steve Jobs’ family, with social networking sites crashing in some places due to so much internet traffic. Thousands put flowers near 1 Infinite Loop, with many crying due to the loss of a revolutionary. Apple still have a webpage dedicated to him, with over a million people posting something on there, with many more flowing in at his anniversary. After his death, many said Apple would decline, it could not make products like it has done in the past, breathtaking products such as the iPodiPad and iPhone would not be made by Apple, and a new company would take the throne (Google). Others however said Apple will continue to prosper, even without Jobs. But how has Apple fared? How well is Apple doing a year on without the Leonardo of Silicon Valley, the man who changed the way we live? Read the rest of this entry