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India's largest electric two-wheeler manufacturer chose April Fool's Day to unveil a prototype of its autonomous scooter, but the advanced vehicle is far from a joke. Welcome to the world of self-driving scooters. Ok, so that’s not quite the reality just yet, but Ola Electric has given us a glimpse into a future where autonomous scooters are the norm. Funnily enough, India's leading electric two-wheeler manufacturer decided to unveil a

Sick of illegally parked cars adding more minutes to your commute? This Chinese tech might provide the solution. We’ve all experienced it… Car is parked illegally during peak hour – traffic jam worsens. Car is clamped – traffic jam still happening. Car is towed away – traffic jam amplifies even more, then takes ages to be ‘unjammed’. Of course, this scenario always happens when you have that thing that you absolutely

Brian Eno's Turntable II has just been released. It's pretty darn epic, but mind the hefty price tag. Is this the coolest turntable ever? Brian Eno has always been a pioneer. Art-school educated, multi-instrumentalist, and pretty much the sole inventor of ambient music. So, it was no surprise when Eno released a super-limited, highly collectable vinyl turntable in 2021. That edition was released in an exclusive run of just 50 –

The hype around the appearance of Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl is extraordinary. But we think there's another off-field development that's worth getting excited about, too. Each February, the buzz leading up to the Super Bowl reaches astronomical levels. There's hype around the halftime show. Big-budget commercials. And, somewhere among it all, the actual football game itself. But the atmosphere in the build-up to the 2024 NFL decider

It appears that transparent TVs are increasingly likely to hit the consumer market – but do we really want this tech innovation? It’s an interesting juxtaposition. Amid the hype and demand for televisions bigger and brighter than previous models, contrastingly, there’s also an apparent thirst for TVs that are inconspicuous. At least that’s the vibe from CES 2024, the mega trade show held in Las Vegas earlier this month.

There's no denying technology has changed the way we all celebrate Christmas. If the first thing you’re likely to do this Christmas morning is check your phone, you’re in good company. A quick Google search reveals dozens of articles and editorials on: 'How Technology Has Changed Christmas' – some dating as far back as 2010. We're not sure what sort of technology was changing the world back then –