With the help of Google Keep you can get your affairs in order and knock out that entire To-Do list before lunch.
Competing Utopias is a bizarre look at what life was like behind the Iron Curtain using nothing but household objects.
Collecting whale samples is difficult, especially if you have to no stress them out. Fortunately drones are there to make the process easier.
While also taking some notes from the Walkman headphones of yore, without looking tacky.
Notch was opposed to the Facebook/Oculus deal, and now he's no longer involved with Mojang he can't prevent it from happening.
Samsung is continually improving upon its smartphone displays, and the Galaxy Note 4 is no exception. In fact it's one of them has the best smartphone displays yet.
Provided you have no qualms against taking money away from those poor downtrodden people who own Amazon.
In order to promote a new superstore coming to Clermont-Ferrand in the middle of France, the company installed a fully functional climbing wall of inexpensive modern furniture outside of a cathedral. Spider-Man's new living room?
Yep, it's time to start getting concerned.
Yep: a dedicated path for smartphone users and the other for people not hunched over their devices.
Get used to commuters running around screaming "CARD CLASH! CARD CLASH!"
At least it, presumably, wouldn't hurt as much to step on as a regular plug.
How good can a song be if it's made from samples taken from random, unconnected YouTube music clips? VERY.
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Looks like the digital assistant will find a home on the PC.
Obi-Wan Kenobi. Obi-Wan... Now, that's a name I've not heard in a long time. A long time.
The average coffee shop chucks out almost 10kg of ground coffee every day, with Bio-Bean already collecting roughly 2 per cent of the estimated 200,000 tonnes Londoners get through each year.