Just one more thing (to put on your wrist).
Virtual reality via headsets like Oculus Rift is getting really good, but the experiences are lacking a critical facet for the most part: Your hands.
Got a bucket and spade handy?
If your journey to work through London is marred by the odd late tube train, spare a thought for how hard the network works during peak times. This visualisation of TfL data by Spatial Analysis shows that peak Central Line journeys combined travel far enough to get you to Australia every day. Click through for the full-sized map. [TimeOut]
After years of ignoring the promise of NFC, Apple may finally be ready to take the plunge.
Like a woman stuffing a cushion up her jumper to get a seat on the tube. If women even wear jumpers any more these days. I don't know.
O brave new world, that has such ignored tweets in't.
If arranging all of those coloured squares has become child's play for you, don't worry, some twisted individual has created a Rubik's Cube with an X-shape that looks like a complete nightmare when it's all mixed up.
There's a lot of washing-up waiting for the lucky winners.
In a little over a decade, ATM skimmers have gone from urban myth to a wildly complex, ever-evolving suite of technologies that has the potential to be the worst nightmare of anyone with a bank account.
E-number rush a bit harder than usual?
This is what your average Instagram picture looks like. Pretty sure I've seen something similar in a museum for modern art.
This isn't doom-mongering, but a call to arms.
There are some good deals knocking around here today.
He creates jobs and nice telephones and laptops, so is more than welcome to be the king of us.
The images have been released to coincide with the UK launch of the tablet following its US release back in June.