Smart speakers are all the rage, and the more skills they have, the more they can do. But what if you wanted to make your own skill?
Little ideas can be made into big projects, and these days, there's a good chance artificial intelligence can help. But if you thought you needed a big computer to make it happen, think again.
There isn't a new Star Wars robot this year, but Sphero has something better: a robotic ball that not only helps kids learn to code, but does so with style.
If you have a girl in your family that wants to get into game development, robotics, or anything digital, you might want to be in Sydney this July.
There are lots of easy ways to get started into coding, and Apple's Swift Playgrounds helps make that possible, but now there's one more, and you won't need an iPad to get started.
Learning how to code can end up making you money if you're able to come up with an app that can get on the top ten, but what if you're keen to code something bigger than that?