With a newer, older, darker Doctor on the way, devotees of the show are certainly in for a treat, so in preparation for the new series, here are 23 things every Whovian should know.
So... Does anyone know how to delete Secrets?
It's the first time it's been done at such a low voltage.
While watching it I found myself trying to spot all the pairs I have ever owned.
If you think there's too much violence and sex and awful human behaviour in Game of Thrones, you'll enjoy this light-hearted remix.
The research is still in its early stages so, for now, ketchup still needs its beauty sleep.
Technically, she's still in beta on Windows 8.1, but PhoneBuff is here to show us 50 things Cortana can already do.
People that know about quantum mechanics tend to talk about it very breezily, leaving us mortals behind. Be left behind no longer, by watching this video.
Wait, is that... human bones on Mars? Not quite, conspiracy theorists: in fact it's just a rock that happens to look a little bit like a femur thigh bone. It was snapped by the Mars rover Curiosity using its MastCam. [NASA]
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The low-quality shots from the leaker show face plates in two different colours, some in a traditional Samsung blue, others in what appear to be gold.
The installation takes up the entire south wing of the museum, a sprawling amount of space that's been painstakingly transformed into a natural landscape.
Distracted easily? I have no idea what you're ta–––––––ooh look a squirrel!
While it looks like a piece of footwear from the future, it is in fact a homage to furniture from the past.
At the moment it's either accept the ludicrous permissions or don't download the app at all. But researchers have developed a third option that lets you use the app without sacrificing your privacy.
Sometimes it's easy to forget that racing F1 cars is pretty much insane. Thermal imaging proves it: they're driving fire breathing monsters.
One that makes it easier to take photos, and another that makes opening the camera app even faster.