If you happened to drive on London's perpetually congested A13 in late November, you may have noticed it: below a flyover, an eerily glowing orb surrounded by crowds of people who seemed to be crawling in and out of the strange erection. Read more >
2014 actually broke the existing record for the number of skyscrapers completed over a year, with 97 new buildings over 656 feet tall. But is that necessarily a sign of health for our economy? Some economists suggest the opposite.
Microsoft have been building a software platform called OnSight that's designed to let scientists carry out their work through realistic holograms of the distant planet they're studying. Using HoloLens, of course.
Microsoft has made mistakes. It knows this. But as the company proved today at its Windows 10 launch event, it's also not going to stop pushing user interface design into the future. It's just getting smarter about it.
Click through to watch this excellent supercut, which includes clips of every time "machines, doors, screens, levers, knobs and buttons" are used in Star Wars: A New Hope. It's maximum geekery, but also very cool.