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Controlling Arduinos from a mobile phone can be a challenging task. The amount of effort that's required to program an app often isn't worth it. So when Blynk w
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What is mono? Mono is our take on an easy embedded developerment platform. We always wanted a platform (like Arduino), with easy access to a display and Wifi.
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My review of SAM
Last year we met the team a few weeks before the unveiling of SAM and the start of their Kickstarter campaign which would achieve an impressive £125,500 in bac
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This has caused a bit of a debate in our office of few specialists.
“A generalist knows less and less about more and more until eventually he or she knows nothing about everything. A speci…
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Creating the Company of the Future — Part 2
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The 30th annual New Designers event at the Business Design Centre had a colourful array of design ideas and products on show. Three designers' responses to dementia/ Alzheimer's really caught my eye. Before my grandfather was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, about five years ago, I had next to no ...
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Doppel came about from some research into our body's reaction to non-chemical stimulants like music. What the research shows, and what most of us have experien
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URBAN PACK - A versatile 4-in-1 EDC field bag.
Inspired by the dynamic city lifestyle. It converts to sling pack, crossbody pack, shoulder pack & hip pack. Perfect for any day.
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Inspired by the dynamic city lifestyle. It converts to sling pack, crossbody pack, shoulder pack & hip pack. Perfect for any day.
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Lurid in appearance the typical Pachinko machine is designed to hook and stimulate. Typical then this is not. The Pa-Drink-O was designed and built by Instruct
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Future companies are now! Read how we broke free of the industrial age

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so this is who's behind dem Daft Punk's masks!!! :D
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Lightest, Most Compact, Folding, Electric Bike
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Nine years after its initial release in 2006 by Sinclair Research Ltd the lightest and most compact bicycle is being refreshed in line with

SAM Review: Inventing Without Wires or Code
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This Wearable Can Make You More Focused
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Doppel came about from some research into our body's reaction to non-chemical stimulants like music. What the research shows, and what most

Interview with Gael Langevin, the Sculptor Who Created 3D Printable Robo...
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French model maker and sculptor Gael Langevin spoke to us about how he created InMoov - the life size 3D printable robot which has attracted

Interview with Raivis Lancetovs Co-Founder of DISPLIO
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1. What is DISPLIO? DISPLIO is a little wireless wifi gadget that shows you whatever you want to see on an e-ink screen. You choose which wi

Beautifully crafted toy has a digital personality
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Play time has dramatically changed over the years. What was once a rag doll is now an iPad. Toy robots have become iPads. Mud pies? iPads. B

MIITO aims to re-invent the kettle
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Get some Honest advice
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New technology and innovation company Modular Innovations, started by two advertising execs, have developed an app for the purpose of honest

Build your own laptop, powered by Raspberry Pi
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Makers, to your soldering irons!
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As a maker, your soldering iron is an essential part of your toolkit. The problem is, using solderless breadboards is so easy that it doesn'

Controlling Remote Control Plug Sockets with Arduino
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Give your projects machine vision with OpenMV Cam
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Easily Create an App for your Arduino Project with Blynk
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Simplest Way to Control all Devices
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Trigger Things by Sound with this Beautiful Device
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Merge Networks to Boost Internet Speeds
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Pretty disappointing in every aspect except the decor. We were asked to come back in an hour when a table at the restaurant would be available. That's fair enough we thought, so after an hour we came back, but this time we were told by the manager, half walking away from us, that there were no tables available. The place was completely empty. So the restaurant manager suggested we have the bar food instead, so we did. Three platters of food at £15 each barely fed us. Additionally they had replaced the sausages with beef jerky without asking. Beef jerky isn't something you serve at a high-end restaurant as this attempts to be. We were seriously considering taking it home for our dog but decided not to offend it. As far as I can tell the chef has never been to Africa. Spring rolls, samosas, chips, two pickled onions. Granted the spring rolls had crocodile in. They were nice. They tasted like chicken.. they were probably chicken.. Still hungry and aware of the fortune we had just spent on a thimble of food we ordered one single ostrich burger between us. It's like a normal burger except with a strong taste of chicken. Go here for a look around and a drink. Stay away from the food. They're clearly not set up to serve even a small number of tables and even if you do get one the food is overpriced and bland.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The falafel version of subway. It's quick and easy but the portions aren't massive and no one really told me how the whole thing worked (almost walked off without filling my roll with food). Probably won't go back since I was hungry after eating it, but will keep the option open as a last resort.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I'm not a big fan of ale, but their Hackney Hopster was probably the nicest beer I've had. All their drinks are brewed right next to the bar and you can even see it through a window as you drink. The interior is mostly ply wood, but it feels more makeshift and hipster rather than cheap. I was starving, so I decided to try their chicken stew. Again - best stew I've ever had. Amazing that a bar could make something so nice. Really want to go back.
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reviewed 2 years ago
After wandering around Soho for 30 minutes we were glad to find Hix was fairly empty. I'd previously been to the downstairs cocktail bar and knew the standards were high (most expensive cocktail I've had in London). £17 for fish fingers was a big steep in my opinion, but they were nicely cooked with a home made pea puree. For desert I had 'Credit Crunch Icecream', which was novel and tasty. Go if you're looking for a posh night.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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reviewed 2 years ago
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I'd walked past this place many times because it looks like a chain on the outside (sorry). But the inside is far more friendly with interesting tiles lining the checkout. I had a Kofta wrap which was small but very tasty.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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Finding this place wasn't the easiest thing; hidden behind a massive wooden door and below ground. But I really liked this place. Possibly my most favourite cocktail bar in London. The cocktail makers were standing in a sunken area so people seated at the bar didn't have to look up (handy). Comfy sofas were plentiful, although we chose a table with a broken chair which I promptly fell through. My cocktail was amazing and I especially liked the story of each in the menu. This is the first place I will recommend when asked for a cocktail bar.
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Atmosphere: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
From the outside you'd think this cafe is a greasy spoon for the local builders. You'd never imagine that it's an Italian restaurant and an institute. They say that if you ask they'll make you anything. I'd never tested this but it's nice to think they would.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
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