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Stu Robarts

Stu Robarts
Stu is a tech writer based in Liverpool, UK. He has previously worked on global digital estate management at Amaze and headed up digital strategy for FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology). He likes cups of tea, bacon sandwiches and RSS feeds.
Top Articles by Stu Robarts
  • Couple builds tiny house for USk, releases plans

    The cost of buying a house today can be prohibitively expensive, so it's no surprise that tiny home builds appear to be increasingly popular. One such recent project in Oregon, US, cost just US,000 in total.

  • Gizmag visits Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard, London

    Last month, a new hotel opened at the Shard in London. Shangi-La at the Shard claims to be the tallest hotel in Western Europe, in the tallest building, with the highest champagne bar and the highest swimming pool. Naturally, it seemed only right for...

  • Gizmag visits London Motorexpo 2014

    Motorexpo is the world’s biggest free-to-visit car show, with events in London, Toronto and New York. It was first run in Canary Wharf, London, in 1996, with the intention of bringing a new format to the traditional motor show. Gizmag visited the 19t...

  • Cloud Storage Comparison Guide

    Following Microsoft's recent relaunch of SkyDrive as OneDrive, there is a little more parity and competition at the top of the cloud storage market. How do the options stack up against each other though? This article provides a comparison of the main...

  • 10 useful and innovative Google services you may not know about

    Everyone is familiar with Google's flagship services, like Search, Gmail and Maps. Even blue-sky projects like its Loon Wi-Fi balloon and self-driving cars are well-known. But there are a swathe of remarkable Google services that many people just don...

There are a host of commands and functions that can be used with Google Search to get more...

Google Search is so widely used that the company's name has become synonymous with searching online. There's more to the most used search engine in the world than just locating websites though, other services aside. Let's have a look at some of Google Search's other functions.  Read More

The record-breaking Ekanoo Racing Outlaw Supra The Toyota Supra was no slouch in its time, but a newly-built drag racing version of the car has been taken to a new extreme. The Ekanoo Racing Outlaw Supra covered a quarter mile in 6.05 seconds, a New Import World Record.  Read More

Facebook Rooms allows users to have anonymous conversations about topics of interest In one form or another, Facebook has been bringing existing social groups together online for over 10 years, and has so far shied away from user anonymity. Its new app is the very opposite. Rooms harks back to the golden age of internet forums, connecting people based on interest and allowing users to post with made-up guises.  Read More

The newly-refurbished Abu Dhabi Central Market can be enclosed when it's hot outside, to b... During Abu Dhabi's winter, temperatures drop to around a comfortable 24º C (75º F) in the daytime. In summer, however, they can get close to 50º C (122º F). To combat the sweltering heat, Abu Dhabi's open air market can now close its roof.  Read More

McLaren's P1 GTR is a track-only version of its P1 supercar

McLaren has continued the drip-feed of info about its upcoming P1 GTR. The company is aiming for the racing version of its P1 supercar to be the world's greatest track car, and it has some suitably mind-boggling specs. Now, a stripped down interior and F1-based steering wheel have also been revealed.  Read More

A road in the Netherlands has had glow-in-the-dark marking painted onto it for increased v...

Drivers on a road in the Netherlands are now being guided by glow-in-the-dark road markings. The N329 in Oss is being used to pilot the concept, which is part of the Smart Highway project by construction firm Heijmans and design firm Studio Roosegaarde. Glowing Lines is aimed at increasing visibility and safety.  Read More

Google's new USB Security Key provides a secure and convenient means of two-factor authent...

There's an increasing recognition that passwords alone are not going be an adequate form of online security in the future. Two-factor authentication can vastly improve security, by simply introducing a second means of verification alongside a password. Google's new USB Security Key does just that.  Read More

The Formosa amphibious house designed by Baca Architects is nearing completion

Living in an area prone to flooding has historically meant that you need high sockets and deep pockets. Baca Architects, however, has come up with an altogether more ingenious solution. Its "amphibious house," designed to float on floodwater before being gently placed back down, is nearly complete.  Read More

LG's 34-in QHD 34UM95-P monitor has a 21:9 aspect ratio

Using a single display with a computer can be a bit restrictive, especially if you’re using lots of programs or software that need a lot of desktop space. LG's 34UM95-P monitor seeks to remedy this, either on its own or as a second screen. Gizmag spent a week with this ultrawide 21:9 monitor to see how it measured up.  Read More

OMA and OLIN's design for the 11th Street Bridge Park in Washington has been selected as t...

Washington's 11th Street Bridge Park will be "a place of exchange" with programmed outdoor spaces and active zones. The design, by OMA and OLIN, was chosen after a seven-month competition to design the new civic space. It was chosen unanimously by the competition jury and topped the public poll.  Read More

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