Looking on the bright side
From holograms and electric cars to 3D printers, the future has officially arrived
Remember watching Back to the Future II and marvelling at the technology we would have? That film was made in 1989 and predicted the faraway year of 2015.
That future had flying cars and engines that ran on waste material. And while we may not quite have legitimate hoverboards or flying cars just yet, we do have some very futuristic technology knocking about.
Microsoft HoloLens is one such piece of tech. The software giant has created a...
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