Royal Caribbean's new Quantum of the Seas cruise ship is so jam-packed full of tech and gadgetry that it could leave you hankering for a more simple age of travel.
"What's Westworld?" everybody under the age of 50 is probably asking themselves right about now. Only the greatest movie about killer theme park robots ever made.
When I saw that a super stealthy startup called Magic Leap had raised £334 million to make animals appear out of thin air, I resolved to find out exactly what was going on. Here's what I found.
Airbnb already provides reimbursement for property damage, now they've added liability insurance that will protect both hosts and their landlords should anyone get injured during a stay. The coverage is automatic and goes into effect in January; sadly it's U.S. only for now. [Airbnb] Read more...
Zip lines are great and roller coasters are great, so why not merge the two? It's one kilometre long, and looks terrifyingly awesome.
As virtual reality matures, we'll be aroused in three-dimensional immersive alternative realities. People will look back on our passive and lonely 2D smut and pity us. But… when?
They'll "tell the story of the universe," by using Magic Leap's augmented reality technology to create an immersive live show next year.
Suggested Stories means you can let the search engine pull up a customised selection of stories to read about based on the terrifying amount of personal data it has on you.
The world's most powerful computers can't perform accurate real-time translation. Yet interpreters do it with ease.
Some people wouldn't care if they lost their umbrella's sleeve. Others would be mortified. This is for the latter.
A fascinating story about the role of accidental discoveries in science and design.
ISPs don't always get it right when it comes to those all-important data speeds they promise.
Anything that brings more attention to pedestrians is good for cities – like these whimsical takes on the classic green man at the crossing.
Though the sale of the giggle-inducing balloons is a legal grey area, those selling them tend to be linked to criminal organisations.
The Systems Engineering Simulator is where you can learn to fly, drive, and design better space vehicles.
DARPA wants it know that Google and other commercial enterprises are not their enemy.