You may not know his name, but you’re almost certainly familiar with Frank Nuovo's designs.
EE is packing some punches following cries that its 4G tariffs were too expensive.
Never again will you have to constantly run your finger across the tape because you can't spot the end piece.
Not only will it temporarily blind and disorient any human target, it also saves on ammunition and could cut down on unnecessary loss of life.
Have you ever wondered how they do sewer maintenance in the 21st century? It's less reliant on people going poop-diving, and more focussed on things like robots
Have you ever wondered which movies were linked, no matter how subtle? Culturegraphy is an interactive visualisation that does it for you.
It's to allow people to lease software that's otherwise sitting around doing nothing.
Apparently the hackers may have done it the old fashioned way: working en-masse and guessing the correct log-in details.
Film Noir 101 is a new book that collects some of the best examples of film noir artwork from the '40s and '50s. Here are 12 of the most sinister examples from noir's golden age.
You're not born loving pizza or hating broccoli.
When the internet on your phone gets laggy, the culprit is almost always images. A new piece of code aims to fix that.
How is possible to make decaf coffee — which you can buy in whole-bean form — when the caffeine is inside the damn bean?
This is one of the original 1950s dog spacesuits, originally used to test what effects low gravity and high-speed launches had on mammals.
You've been able to connect Netflix and Facebook for a while now, but this gets more specific by letting you target a particular friend or group of friends.
That's Poirot on your Chromecast sorted then.
This map was created by Ghost in the Data using alcohol and health data from the World Health Organization. The consumption of wine, beer and spirits allows the map to show which of the three is favoured in each country.