Oh HELL no.
Series recording tools and a new Suggestions box to start appearing from today.
Planes covered in sensors that can monitor themselves for damage is the boring truth behind this one.
One introductory paragraph about going away for the bank holiday weekend coming up.
Library budget chopped while money spent on helping back a BBC drama.
It's not like we need more reasons to hate iMessage.
It's just a concept for the time being, but it's still seriously cool.
This is how the BBC captures its unique wildlife images.
Oh HELL no.
No this isn't an extract from a vampire novel, this is real science.
Sounds like something you'd read about in a science-fiction book but it's true, and it managed to crash into the Earth in 2008.
People have tried before, but still the near-century-old design prevails. This design could provide it with some serious competition, though.
Shipbuilding in the US still needs an awful lot of manual labour, and using those tools can take its toll. Fortunately we have a minimalist exoskeleton to reduce the amount of fatigue they cause.
That's not all, there will also be the option to create silent Vines, a "torch" to help you shoot in dark places, and "ghost mode" to help shot transitioning.
Now it'll only show notifications on the device you're using at the time. It's about time too.