For decades, futurologists and science fiction writers have promised one extremely cool invention that has simply failed to materialise: the flying car. Now one British company has come tantalisingly close – but as Agent Cooper reports, there’s practically no chance you’ll be able to drive one any time soon.
Not content with dominating PC gaming with its hugely popular Steam marketplace, Valve is determined to bring PC gaming to your living room – and Steam Link is its latest effort. Agent Pickering has been checking out the facts.
In the latest installment of our weekly feature, Agent Hall takes you through the strangest and most interesting stories we've come across this week. From real-life hoverboards to some very awesome LEGO – and a brand-new Harry Potter story – you're sure to find something to fascinate and delight.
Our pets are an extension of our family: we love them like our children. Now, various manufacturers are jumping at the opportunity to make gadgets for our pets. Agent Watson investigates some of the options available.
The newest high-tech toys take all the latest trends in grown-up technology – from wearables to ‘augmented reality’ – and add that most vital ingredient: fun. Today, Agent Cooper shows you three of the most exciting ideas winging their way to a toybox near you.
Water damage is the second-biggest cause of broken smartphones – but the Splash water-resistant spray from Reviveaphone promises thorough protection. Can it really protect your device? Agent Hall has been pouring water all over his phone to find out.
Google’s ambitions go far beyond smartphones and search: they’re determined to get into your driveway. Android Auto brings smartphone-style features to your car’s dashboard – and Agent Watling has the lowdown.
The great inventors of the past were often thought to be out of their minds – but yesterday's eccentric ideas are today's essential technologies. With that in mind, Agent Watson looks at some of the weirdest and most creative tech innovations of 2015.
From the murderous Terminator to the loveable droids of Star Wars, robots have fascinated us for decades. Today, the technology is reaching a point where they're able to step out of fiction and into reality – Agent Cooper asks whether it's time to start worrying.