Future-gazing is always a tricky business: for every self-driving car that becomes reality there's a (sob!) hoverboard that doesn't.
But there's one aspect of the future that we're pretty sure about here at Stuff - namely that gaming is about to get a lot, lot better.
HTC’s Vive VR headset is just one reason why the way you play games will soon never be the same again and we’ve got 11 more to tell you about in this month’s cover feature, from mind-reading horror games to disappearing consoles.
With the smartphone world currently busier than the queue at your local butcher on Free Sausage Friday, we’ve rounded up the year’s superest superphones, from Samsung’s blockbuster Galaxy S6 to lesser-known powerhouses such as the Saygus V2.
If the downfall of Jeremy Clarkson has got you interested in cars again, we’ve taken a trip to the Geneva Motor Show to scope out the best of the on-sale-soons and the on-sale-in-your-dreams concept cars.
This month’s Projects section has a guide to action photography, Mixmag’s Gavin Herlihy explaining the how and the why of drum machines, plus there’s the usual collection of quick tricks to keep your tech ticking over.
Inside you’ll also find a guide to some of gaming’s most explorable worlds, a collection of apps to make music with, a test of Parrot’s Bebop drone and all the latest and greatest in Hot Stuff.
It’s all in the May issue of Stuff magazine, which you can make your own 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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