NASA is pursuing future cosmic exploration with some rather unexpected whimsy. Occasionally fantastical but always backed by concrete science, here are 10 of the most awesomely strange projects NASA's scientists are cooking up.
Participating restaurants will have their food given a score out of 100, all calculated by the robo-tongue.
We're one step closer to Apple's all-new Yosemite OS hitting the streets: The company just released the Golden Master build to developers via the Mac App Store today.
Microsoft just announced the newest version of Windows. It's called Windows 10. It will finally span all of Microsoft Windows powered device, from desktops and laptops all the way through to tablets and phones.
Have you heard of Ello? It's a new social network site which is getting loads of buzz for its anti-Facebook Inc. stance. When it comes to the site's user experience, you could certainly saying it's lacking polish. Let's look a bit closer.
Over the past twenty years, you entire desk has collapsed in on itself and into your computer. Watch how it happened.
Flying with new airflight-on-demand service Surf Air shows just how different commuting could be.
With India's Mars Orbiter now successfully circling the Red Planet, it's now beaming back its first images—like the striking full colour photo. Snapped on September 28th from 74,500 kilometres above the planet, images like these will be used to analyse and probe the upper layers of the Martian atmosphere.
The headsets will let staff check flight times for late, panicked passengers, and use augmented reality apps to translate travel information thrust under their noses by tourists from around the globe.
The great new pilots on Amazon make a great argument for signing up for Prime.
The new waterproof Kobo Aura H2O is a £140 eReader, and a commendable effort, but unfortunately for Kobo, the Kindle will be keeping its crown for the time being.
Between them the duo was packing 432 undeclared Apple phones.
The Basis Peak bears all-round improvements on its rather ugly predecessor, the Basis Band.
Let's be honest; it's nowhere near the same as the real thing. But it will at least let you see if the size is comfortable on your wrists.
Even though October's not even here yet, we've already clearly got a winner for this year's best Halloween costume.