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LEGO Advent Calendar 2021: City, Star Wars, Harry Potter and more

In preparation for Christmas, it is always nice to have an advent calendar that prepares a little bit every day for the big day. Regardless of whether you call it Christmas Day, Tree Day, gift festival or something else, the advent calendar can [...]

Nerdy Valentine's Day: gifts for girlfriend and boyfriend in 2020

As in every February, Valentine's Day is surprisingly coming up this year too; so you should mark 14.02.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX in your calendar! If you are still looking for presents for your girlfriend or boyfriend, it will now be [...]

Like in kindergarten: Netflix deactivates the AirPlay function in the iOS app

If you are currently wondering why the transmission of Netflix content via AirPlay to the Apple TV box no longer works, the streaming service will answer the following: Due to technical restrictions, AirPlay is no longer supported for use with Netflix. [...]

Star Wars Cookbooks - Recipes from a galaxy far, far away

"Once upon a time there was a galaxy far, far away ..." - if the endorphins jump between the synapses at the beginning of this sentence, you can be happy. For the enjoyable time in Advent, for [...]

LEGO Star Wars Death Star made from over 500.000 Lego bricks

Probably the largest LEGO Death Star has more than half a million Lego bricks. It was designed and built for Legoland Windsor, west of London in England. The LEGO Star Wars Death Star from [...]

Justin Trudeau's Chewbacca socks

In the past, nerd topics were ridiculed and held back from the crowd, today news on all sorts of nerdy areas is spreading around the world as quickly as hardly anything else. So also the affinity to Star [...]

In comparison: Apple iPhone X and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2

With the iPhone X, Apple released a new premium smartphone at the September 2017 keynote that sets standards in many ways. The new Apple smartphone, which was released for the anniversary of the device series and in honor of Steve Jobs, [...]

Great Ball Contraption with 200+ modules moves Lego balls through the exhibition hall

Brickworld Chicago, a Lego Convention that was held on June 17 and 18, 2017, showed a Great Ball Contraption (GBC), a large device in which Lego balls are moved automatically. The partly motor-driven, partly [...]

Lego Boost: Robots, learning to program, using sensors and more with blocks

Lego already has a regular place in this blog, from August 2017, in addition to the robot, programming and technology sets already presented, Lego Boost will also be added. Lego Boost is intended to bring children closer to robotics and programming in a playful way [...]

Apple: MFi program for the certification of iPhone, iPad and iPod accessories

The abbreviation MFi from Apple stands for "Made for iPhone / iPad / iPod" and refers to accessories that can be used with the mobile devices from Cupertino; like Lightning cables. Is a cable [...]