Many people have profited from the Titanic tragedy, but movies and touring exhibitions don't seem anywhere near as tacky as Romain Jerome's efforts. In addition to watches and pens, it's now releasing cufflinks made from metal recovered from the wreckage.
There were a handful of new home automation solutions at CES this year, including Belkin's WeMo, which was designed to be easy to install and use. But it's still no where near as simple as ZMote's new Bluetooth Smart Cord.
Ahead of Thursday's NYC education event, Ars Technica reports via a leak source that Apple plans to announce a simpler way for authors to create and publish ebooks as well as iBook's adoption of the ePub3 standard.
Just a little fun around the News set, eh guys? A little spidey crawled across the lens while we were filming the Space Shuttle! Heh. Cute little spider dude. Aw, it looks like—AH JESUS HERE IT COMES
Scientists use spectroscopy to examine the make-up of celestial objects. Now, they're taking the technology in a decidedly different direction and using it to detect ovarian cancer.
Today it's very, very easy to pretend to care about something. The election, racism, pro-democracy uprisings. These causes are noble, and most of the people supporting them are lazy. Today, let's remember what giving a shit really looks like. Hint: not your twitter picture.
I'm not entirely sure how Etsy hasn't already been done-in by copyright lawyers, but I'm glad they're still around. Because where else are you going to find awesome unlicensed stuff like this Super Mario question block lamp?
Windows! Yes, not the phone, or the operating system, but the thing you fling open when it's too hot, wave to your friends from, and perhaps throw trash out of. Samsung's turning your household glass into a touchscreen wonder.
If you're a clumsy, phone-dropping fool, you either have a very scratched phone or a very scratched phone case. But this scratch-proof case from Nissan (yes, that Nissan) saves the klutzes of this world from their fumbling.
Although we weren't flooded by ultrabooks at CES to quite the extent we expected, the word itself was unavoidable. The skinny-sized laptops abounded, each alluring in its own way! That's when we realised that there's no such thing as an ultrabook. And we shouldn't pretend that there is.
For a masterclass in economical gameplay and storytelling, look no further than Run Roo Run. Developed by 5TH Cell, the same team responsible for Scribblenauts, this is a bare-bones platform adventure that delivers a pure hit of gaming satisfaction. Best of all, there's a cast-iron promise of additional free content in the weeks and months ahead.
Want to watch every race of the 2012 F1 season live, but hate the thought of bolting a satellite dish to the side of your house, or Rupert Murdoch? You’ve got another option thanks to Virgin.