Pebble’s death casts doubt on the future of smartwatches, while Amazon looks to the future of supermarket shopping. Meanwhile, we’re getting screwed on LEGO Batman airing dates, but will Apple’s bold cinema plan save us? All this plus Galaxy S8, Surface Phone and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
The Internet is ablaze with the news that an official Doctor Who Lego set will materialise this year. Hurrah, right? Maybe not.
Stories abound on the Internet. Here’s some thought pieces to tide over your Friday lunchtime, covering everything from cheap iOS games to the death by quarter cuts of the NBN, plus added Adam West. Because you can never have too much Adam West.
There’s some fascinating work being done in the field of robotics and education. I sat down with Macquarie ICT’s Cathie Howe to talk about how it’s changing how we both learn and teach.
The Steam Summer sale rolls on, with a variety of Lego games available for PC for under ten bucks. At that price, it’s hard to go wrong.
LEGO The Hobbit takes you back once more to Middle Earth, with plenty of studs, breaking items, collection and jumping puzzles. It’s another Lego game in other words.
Because… oh, heck, who cares why? It’s Monday morning. Just sit back, relax and enjoy.
Lego is that stuff that all parents fear treading on at night, while having the sneaking underlying respect of not being electronic. Except, when it is… and when it’s highly educational.
I could play with LEGO all day long. Except this isn’t LEGO for play, strictly speaking; this is LEGO with a distinctly educational aim. Also, there is an Elephant.
Back when 8-bit referred to the number of studs on a brick, not the resolution of Mario’s face.