With July over we are well into the second half of the year already. So let's take a look back at this eventful month and see which were the best apps to be released.
It's another reason why calling a Trilby a Fedora is a travesty.
Don't open the link if you just ate, it's a little bit disgusting.
This kid is so lucky. I wish my dad made me thinks like this.
This thing could shoot a barrage of flame up to 40 metres away.
National Geographic photographers deserve some respect for going to such terrifying places. The only thing between Aaron Huey and this 1000ft hole was a sheet of ice. One crack and that's it.
Most people dismissed the EmDrive as impossible and ridiculous. Well guess who's laughing now.
There's a lot to like about designer Antonio Serrano's Lil Torch concept.
This lovely chunky mechanical pencil from Wöther might actually have you downgrading from your pen.
Those five-second ads before YouTube videos are so annoying – but would you skip it knowing it would result in the death of a puppy?
If verified, this could be a possible new source for stem cells – potentially a huge breakthrough in the world of medicine.
You won't believe how good some of these pictures are.
While most outdated systems are simply scrapped, a lucky few find new purpose after their time in service, like the Martin JRM Mars.
Sitting derelict at the Museum of Flight for 14 years, the very first of its kind is currently undergoing a rigorous restoration process to restore its former glory.
The device is more than 1,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair, or 100 times smaller than a single red blood cell.
The Rolto printer uses a free accompanying app to ensure that exactly what you see on screen is reproduced on its tiny roll of thermal paper.
These days, there's no need to stuff drugs up your butt to get them into a prison: you can just drop them in from your trusty drone. Unless you crash it, that is.