Uber has the rarest of merits for a tech company, one that all others crave: it provides a service everyone immediately wanted but no one had thought of before; namely the ability to effortlessly and cheaply travel via taxi in most major cities, without having
Most of us have a camera nearby these days, and most of them are pretty decent. Our mobile phones do a reasonable job of capturing birthdays, weddings and summer-days at the beach. However, if you’re being a little more adventurous and taking to the water
When Apple reinvented the phone in 2007 they changed not only an industry, but popular culture forever. As consumers, we became fluent in the use of apps, music and telephone calls bonded on the same device and after computer scientists had toiled on touchscreens for
With most European football leagues having finished up, the Champions’ League Final coming this weekend and the European Championships taking place in just a few weeks, you’d be forgiven for thinking that all avenues for football enjoyment were fulfilled, but allow us to, ahem, pitch
I picked up a charming book last month called Tea With Jane Austen by the British food historian Pen Vogler. Inspired by the recipes of Austen’s novels and letters it’s one of those books that very quickly nudges you towards the kitchen where you can
Japanese authorities have confirmed that, on 15th May this year, a co-ordinated network of hackers in the country made off with nearly $12.7 million in less than two hours. The gang were able to do so by stealing bank details from South African bank customers
It’s hard to get a foothold in technology, harder still to stay in the public eye for long enough to become an iconic product. But harder than either of those tasks is to survive the death of your brand and come back swinging for a
All hardy globe-trotters share a few terrifying tech travel tales, whether it’s the horror of two-pin plug adaptors or dreaded surcharge fees amassing on your phone when you thought it had roaming switched off. But, rising near the top of that pack in the past
Commuting is no fun and no matter what we use to alleviate the drudgery – freesheets on the train, car radios, head- phones – it never comes close to fun. So when I heard about the E-Twow Booster Scooter my commuter’s heart skipped a beat.
We love a robot here at eBuzz. They're getting more amazing, lifelike and capable every year, and you've probably been amazed, like us at the remarkable work of companies like Boston Dynamics.
Now it's time for a little look back, rather than forwards though. Let's step back to where it all
Maggie Zaboura from Olloclip Europe meets Joe Donnelly in East London and explains how to make your best shot, better using the remarkable clip on lens kits for iPhone and Samsung.
For more information on the Olloclip, see their website: https://www.olloclip.com/
Driverless cars have had a fairly rich history of enjoyable news stories here on Ebuzz, but they’re also very much the avenue of the future, with governments the world over looking to invest heavily in what looks to be a safer, more efficient and cost-effective
With Father’s Day fast approaching, and Dad’s being incredibly difficult to buy for, Samsung have created a gift guide for your father figure this year. Hopefully this helps put a halt on the typical “buy me more socks”!
For Dad’s who love to stay connected, the latest
Worldwide telecommunications behemoth – and boon for every mam and dad hankering for a non stop feed of baby pictures – WhatsApp has unleashed a brand new official desktop app in conjunction with its popular mobile service.
Formerly against the idea of a desktop platform at
The proliferation of robots is a topic we’ve covered many times here, mainly in terms of how inescapable our eventual destruction at their hands will be, but luckily there are those out there who have a differing view, and who are on hand to make