Let’s be clear on at least one thing: it's a good phone. A great phone even, and no shit, it’s the best iPhone yet. But if you’re upgrading from an iPhone 6, it’s business as usual...until you get to 3D Touch.
All because the stalwart publishers of the Oxford English won’t give your neologisms official recognition for years to come, if ever. Heck, they didn’t even put hoverboard down until 2015!
An iPhone, a 5 yen coin, and a drop of water. That’s all Japanese designer Dan Tomimatsu needed to create his haunting surrealistic short film.
Here’s a good way to spend a day if you need to get away from it all.
Putting swimming costumes onto turtles is possible the most adorable scientific research solution ever devised. Read More >>
It’s a phenomenon that’s been chronicled long before the advent of camera phones and telescopic lenses.
It smells like a light red wine, but it looks like a dark white wine. It tastes like nothing you’ve had before. It is orange wine, and it is delicious.
Through the power of augmented reality, kids will be able to see a colouring book character move around in 3D - while they're still colouring it.
The billionaire was really just speaking off the cuff, and so during a SolarCity launch event in Times Square yesterday, he decided he ought to clarify.
Are you the type of person who Googles for GIFs? Then you’re going to love this new Chrome Extension. It will make sure the GIFs that appear in your search result are actually animated. Read More >>
You won't always be able to jump onto your phone and check Google.
A new study has found that these junctions can trap tiny particles of matter, blocking normal healthy flow.
Researchers at Itmo University in Russia have found a way to fold mutilated proteins back into the right shape. Afterwards, the proteins work better than they did before.
We’ve come to depend on our smartphones so much that losing one can be a real problem. If you want to make sure your phone and its contents are protected, here’s what you need to do next.
Thanks to a special camera aboard Rosetta, scientists have created a sketch of its elusive dark side of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Read More >>
Not feeling so good about ditching flimsy supermarket plastic bags now, are you?
Next week, an unassuming canal in Delft will start shooting waves 15 feet into the air with the express purpose of destroying dikes and seawalls.