If Back to the Future II is to be believed 2015 is the year we all get hover boards, flying cars and awful cyber punk haircuts. The barnets might be possible but just how close to an airborne Delorean are we?
Stuff's March issue has the answer. We've been around the world to find out where the Sat-Nav of Destiny is set to take us, stopping at points of interest including self-driving cars, gesture controls and alternative fuels along the way.
We've also been investigating the world of record-breaking podcast Serial and examining the renaissance it has spawned for a format too often written off as purely for amateurs. With Serial ‘doing an HBO’ on the podcast world there's never been a better time to get involved. Just ask Andy Zaltzman, Scroobius Pip or Richard Herring. We did.
If you’ve always wanted a phone shaped like the root of a bitternut hickory tree, or a pair of headphones designed to replicate the acoustic qualities of Wookey Hole caves in Somerset then we can’t help. We do, however, have a collection of gadgets inspired by nature. Just not those ones.
You’ll also find a test of all the latest smart heating systems on the market, a guide to doing your own macro photography, plus loads more, including all the latest gadget news and reviews.
It’s all in the March issue of Stuff magazine, which you can get your grubby little hands on simply by heading down to your local newsagent, pointing your web browser at newsstand.co.uk/stuff, or firing up Newsstand on your iPad.
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