The following collection of GIFs aren't official apps: they're guesses, by some talented designers, imagining how common services might look under Material Design. Enjoy!
A bit more legroom and a quick exit from the flight -- whether safely landed or otherwise.
So far the cables have been found to be responsible for 29 incidents of minor burns and property damage.
Not even TMZ could confuse this for the real thing.
It's one of the most accurate monitoring spots on the body apparently, second only to your bum hole. Who knew, eh?
It's to try and increase productivity. Because apparently The Times is now a hipster café.
It's even more impressive when you think about what the canal actually is.
Gigantic 12.9-inch iPads are coming next year, according to this rumour. iPads the size of Macbooks. Sounds fantastic.
Sadly that means you won't have an excuse to go for a wander around the office in the middle of the day.
A new Oculus Rift game allows you to train like a real Jedi. It's every sci-fi geek's dream, and you can now make it a reality.
It means doctors, vets, and health officials will be able to easily diagnose viral infections in the field, rather than relying on time consuming lab work.
If you're in a building 25+ floors high, then the fire escape might not be an option in some circumstances. It makes sense to have a back-up solution.
When you've only got four inches of leg room, you want every precious millimetre.
The World Health Organization has published a report that argues for stiff regulation of electronic cigarettes — and calls for a ban on their use indoors.
Your smartphone has so much promise: loads of computational power and masses of smart software. But all you really do with it is play Temple Run on the toilet and drunkenly flip through Tinder.
After taking part in the fun space road-trip that was disguised as a movie that is Guardians of the Galaxy, I can't get enough of it.