May the Fourth be with you! To celebrate international unofficial Star Wars day, we've pulled together the most interesting rumours from a galaxy far, far away to keep you up to date with what's going on with Episode VII.
Only on niche entertainment channel Dave, but still.
Here is our first proper look at DC's cinematic version of the Suicide Squad, as tweeted by director David Ayer last night. Read More >>
Advanced features need power, and current battery technology can only provide so much. We take a look at the future of mobile power, from solid state batteries to solar charging.
Following up on the Fairground Mixer released last year, Lego has just introduced another set that is sure to make you nostalgic for a childhood spent getting sick on fairground rides.
It’s almost unbelievable. I mean, seriously, who knew a stick of wood hid so much art?
Space missions get all the hype, but NASA Aeronautics is doing some pretty cool stuff, too.
If you were ever wondering how much land mass had to be moved to produce that diamond engagement ring, this series of photos should help put things in perspective. Read More >>
You can use it to make small objects, like your keys or pet lizard, disappear from sight.
There’s no question emojis have become wildly popular. But on Instagram, the familiar happy faces, hearts and kissing lips are more than just a cute shorthand.
It’s happening across the world, from grasslands to savannas to forest to deserts. Earth’s wild ecosystems are emptying out and falling silent.
Free Android apps are getting a bit promiscuous.
This is what a sunset in Rio de Janeiro looked like a few days ago, and it’s all thanks to that volcano erupting in Chile last week. Read More >>
It started as an April Fool’s Day lark, but a digital button placed on Reddit just one month ago has spurred a complex, sprawling online community, with offshoots that consider themselves spiritual orders.
Vin Diesel doesn’t really look like himself but as a Fast and Furious fan, I giggled. Look at this video game pretending to be a movie!
The US has a near-monopoly on GPS satellites, and other countries are trying to catch up. This is good for you, because it improves the quality of consumer location data.
Want to live in a space city? You can’t move there next week, but artist Micah Ganske has designed an incredible VR experience where you drive a small spacecraft through an O’Neill cylinder.