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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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  • 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...

The winners have been announced for the 2015 eVolo Skyscraper Competition

The winners of this year's eVolo Skyscraper Competition have been announced. The annual contest was established in 2006 with the aim of recognizing outstanding ideas for vertical living. This year's overall winner, the Essence Skyscraper, contains a variety of diverse natural habitats.  Read More

McLaren has revealed full details of its new 570S Coupé

Having teased some cursory details last week, McLaren has now revealed the full specs of its upcoming 570S Coupé. The 570S is the first model in McLaren's Sports Series of cars. The company describes it as "a classic sports car with mid-engine rear-wheel drive layout and carbon fiber structure."  Read More

LabDisk is a device for detecting multiple diseases quickly and non-invasively

Typically, tests for diseases must be done one disease at a time, and can take days to be processed through a lab. A new device developed in an EU project, however, can test for several diseases at the same time and provide results within an hour. The LabDisk is designed for use in Africa.  Read More

The Smoky Park Supper Club restaurant is built from 19 shipping containers (Photo: Keli Ke... A new restaurant due to open in the US is claimed to be the largest in the country to be built using shipping containers. The Smoky Park Supper Club in Asheville, North Carolina, is constructed from 19 containers and was built by shipping container construction firm SG Blocks.  Read More

LGA's Bedford Park House is designed to be sustainable without looking conspicuously so (P...

For many people, the idea of green living might give the impression of needing to make big changes to their lifestyle and home. A new house in Toronto, Canada, however, shows that needn't be the case. LGA's Bedford Park House is a modern home with green design embedded throughout.  Read More

North West Bicester is a government-designated eco-town being built in the UK

An eco-town described as the UK's "most sustainable development" is moving closer to being occupied. The first residents are expected to move into North West Bicester later this year. Planning permission has also just been granted for up to 2,600 homes in the next stage of the project.  Read More

Roots Up has designed a greenhouse for use in hot, dry climates that collects dew for irri...

In hot, dry areas of the world, collecting enough rainwater to grow crops can be difficult. Another potential source of water for collection, however, can be dew. Roots Up has designed a greenhouse to collect dew in Gondar, Ethiopia, as part of a scheme to help local farmers with low-tech solutions.  Read More

The latest LivingHomes C6 home on display at the Dwell exhibition, which is due to be buil...

Back in 2013, Gizmag covered the launch of the C6 sustainable prefab homes from LivingHomes. The residences were designed to be low-cost and to be LEED Platinum certified. Since then, the company has installed one in LA, recently broke ground for another in San Diego and has yet another ready for installation.  Read More

Switchmate is a new device that turns existing light switches into smart switches

Being able to control your home's lights from your phone can be useful. Lights can be switched on or off from your bed, for example, or set to come on when you arrive home. Now, Switchmate is offering this functionality without the need for new fittings and wiring like, say, the WeMo Light Switch.  Read More

McLaren has announced the 570S Coupé, which will be a V8-powered two-seater with a carbon ...

McLaren has announced the first model to be launched in its upcoming Sports Series of cars. The 570S Coupé will be a V8-powered two-seater with a carbon fiber structure, and will debut at the New York International Auto Show next week.  Read More

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