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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.
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  • 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...

  • How to bypass country restrictions on video sites

    We're spoilt with high-quality film and television nowadays, and there are an increasing number of websites on which you can watch the content you're after. Sometimes, however, content is restricted based on the country in which you live. This articl...

  • Rawlemon's beautiful, spherical solar energy generators

    Despite their noble cause of harnessing clean, renewable energy from the sun, solar panels tend to be aesthetically uninspiring. Solar start-up Rawlemon aims to change all that with a new, and undeniably beautiful, take on concentrated photovoltaic (...

  • 3D-printing robot creates freestanding metal structures

    To a large extent, 3D printing technology is still in its infancy. If you thought it was all Etsy jewellery and plastic toys, though, think again. Joris Laarman has created a free-standing 3D printing robot that creates beautiful metal sculptures wit...

  • Alternatives to Facebook Messenger for desktop

    Facebook no longer offers a Windows desktop instant messaging client of its own. Users can, however, still use third-party applications to connect to Facebook chat from their desktops. Gizmag takes a look at a selection of options for connecting to F...

Mercedes has released images of the new AMG GT interior

Mercedes has released two images of the interior of its upcoming AMG GT. The high performance car is due for release towards the end of 2014. The company promises that the new GT will boast "the finest materials and outstanding workmanship," and describes the interior as having a modern luxury feel.  Read More

Sky, TalkTalk and CityFibre will begin rolling out a 1 Gbps network in York next year, bef...

Broadband speeds in the UK currently max out at about 300 Mbps, provided by British Telecom. Sky and TalkTalk have now announced that they intend to bring 1 Gbps speeds to UK cities. The roll-out will begin in York next year, before moving to other locations.  Read More

The final Hemosep, developed using 3D-printed prototype parts

During surgery, patients' blood is often "spilt." Such blood can be returned to the body, so long as it has been properly processed to ensure that it is not tainted. The Brightwave Hemosep autotransfusion machine can do this – and its prototyping costs have been cut by 96 percent via 3D printing.  Read More

LinearFlux's new credit-card-sized LithiumCard portable charger

There are plenty of portable phone chargers around, but often they are too bulky or too slow. US-based LinearFlux has tried to address both of those issues with its new LithiumCard charger. It's a credit-card sized device that can deliver a 1 percent increase in battery life per minute.  Read More

Zuta Labs has created a mini robotic portable printer

A portable robotic printer that works by traveling across the surface of a piece of paper is well on its way to reaching its US$400,000 Kickstarter target. Designed by Israel's Zuta Labs, the device is intended to provide users with a means of printing on the go.  Read More

Ford has unveiled the Transit Skyliner Concept luxury van

The Ford Transit Van is an automotive classic, having been on sale since since 1965. Despite that, its popular image is one of a battered old van lugging kit around. Now though, a new concept has given the Transit an "ultra-premium" makeover befitting of its 50th birthday next year.  Read More

A green roof will be installed at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn (Image: Shop Architects)

The Barclays Center in Brooklyn is set to have a green roof installed. The idea has been planned since before the arena was even built. Developers believe the new addition will be one of the largest and most impressive green roofs in the city.  Read More

Ingameoffice has installed a green wall system into the TYJ Office Building in Shenzhen, C...

The benefits to health and wellbeing of having plants and greenery around an office are well documented. This project by Ingameoffice is more than just a few pot plants, though. Its TYJ Office Building refurbishment uses a vertical planting system in which plants can be moved around.  Read More

iStrategyLabs has built a mirror that takes photos of people and then posts them to Twitte...

For those who must tear themselves away from gazing into the mirror in order to take a selfie, iStrategyLabs has come up with a solution. SELFIE is a mirror that takes a snap of the user and shares it to Twitter. It is at once a nifty implementation of technology and a humorous comment on society.  Read More

Multiple Image Resizer .NET allows users to batch resize images and perform other actions

Resizing multiple images can be a time-consuming process. Lots of batch resizing tools, however, are badly designed, drastically reduce image quality or simply aren't supported by their manufacturers any more. Multiple Image Resizer .NET (MIR) avoids all of these pitfalls. Here's a quick look at how to use it.  Read More

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