The first thing most of us did with all the infinite opportunity of a nascent Apple App Store? Use our phones to feign downing a pint.
Nature is crazy.
If this is true, it's a sad, sad, day for anime fans.
They can spot whether the fruit and veg is ripe or not.
It's designed to help people navigate the basics of iOS.
Considering the issues of treating malaria in the developing world, this treatment can't come soon enough.
Maybe one day you'll be able to store your shoe collection somewhere other than their own wardrobe.
Though it looks like more like a lower-case T than an X. Could it be the T-Wing?
Can't see Google's car managing this anytime soon.
Well it sounds dumb, but it's slightly better than filtering your feed so much it barely looks recognisable.
Subjects in the lab wear markers and are tracked down to the nearest millimetre using infra-red cameras and markers with the same technology used in cinema for motion capture.
And how a certain Mr Moroder was at the centre of the synth storm that defined much of a decade.
Guns for a video games are a gimmick, sure, but a great gimmick at that. And thanks to the Oculus Rift and Trinity VR's Magnum, it's about to get even cooler.
Unfortunately, LG's latest high-end offering can't seem to keep up with its price tag.
"Feisty one, you are!"
They'll actually be able to sell them to the public, produced through Shapeways' existing 3D printing infrastructure.
As a child of the CD generation, I'm programmed to put the most delicate surfaces of a gadget facing upwards, a habit that this rumoured feature will try to hard to break.