I always knew this day would come. The day that Facebook decided my name was not real enough and summarily cut me off from my friends, family and peers and left me with the stark choice between using my legal name or using a name people would know me by.
I’m now sitting here trying and failing to think of a cooler desk ornament than a bona-fide velociraptor claw.
A Portuguese designer has invented a Braille-like language that could help those very people “see” colours by touching raised shapes affixed to objects.
If you’re looking for people with a specific set of skills or in a particular location then the list of folks you’re following on Twitter is a good place to start. Filta makes it easy for you to scour this list with a couple of clicks.
Instead of shelling out £180 for Lego’s magnificent model of the Simpsons house, César Soares used his mastery of the brick to build his own version of the animated family’s home—just on a much, much smaller scale.
Remember slap wrap bracelets that got banned in the '90s? Well they're back, and someone decided it would be a good idea to slap them onto people's faces in the form of a pair of sunglasses. Read More >>
NASA is exhibiting two remarkable pieces from its two doomed space shuttles, that have never before displayed for the public, along with other space memorabilia from the ill-fated Challenger and Columbia missions.
Theme parks aren't really the safest place to be if you've had a big breakfast, but this monster looks like it's going to bring up every last crumb you've consumed over the past month.
Personally, I’ll take myself a classic salmon roll over pepperoni pizza sushi any day, but I’ve gotta admit that chicken and waffle sushi is pretty intriguing.
More interesting than watching Kanye West by a factor of 10.
For longer hotel stays, it makes life easier to put all your clothes in drawers instead of rifling through a tangled web of t-shirts, shorts, and shoes. Or, you could make things even easier with a suitcase that transforms into a pre-packed wardrobe. Read More >
She's playing a dangerous game passing through an airport with that.
Using high-speed video cameras and robotic fingers, the system runs a series of web-based tests—which you play with yourself—in order to measure how much lag a device has.
Come on guys, it's not rocket science. Oh...it is? Oh.
Listen to this story about a new audio technology - it sounds great.
London iconic red buses are going green.
The flight leg will put the solo pilot Andre Borschberg through five days and nights of flying with only 20-minute naps for breaks, in an unpressurised cabin where temperatures vary wildly.