If you spend a lot of time in Photoshop, chances are you use — or would benefit from — a tablet instead of a mouse. Wacom's offerings tend to be some of the best, and their new Intuos5 range seems no exception.
Watch This Hilarious, Yet Absolutely Amazing Video of Flying Robots Playing the James Bond Theme Tune
When I think of flying robots, music doesn’t spring forth into my mind – it’s more rise-of-the-machines-type stuff sadly. Then again I don’t work in a robotics lab at the University of Pennsylvania – but I wish I did. The classic theme tune re-imagined is simply awesome.
The recently announced and very long-awaited Skype app for Windows Phone has one rather huge flaw -- it can't run in the background.
As Japan continues to rebuild after last year's devastating earthquake and tsunami, one company has developed an ingenious new method to protect homes from the shaking — let them ride it out on a cushion of air.
There aren’t many cars that make better bedroom poster fodder than Ferrari’s. The Italian supercar maker has just busted out the fastest Ferrari to date. The F12berlinetta packs a new generation, 6.3-litre 730HP V12 engine and a dual-clutch gear box straight out of F1 – this thing will be an absolute beast doing 0-62mph in just 3.1-freaking-seconds, and it doesn’t look half bad either.
Samsung has developed what they're touting as the world's first sensor that can capture both an RGB and range (or depth) image at the same time, granting Kinect-like gesture recognition capabilities to a host of devices.
Those hoping to make their mates green with envy by projecting their latest snaps of their glorious winter ski breaks on the wall while in the pub will be sorely disappointed. We’re going to have to wait till around July to get our grubby mitts on the Galaxy Beam for £385.
Even though you're only shooting with the crappy camera built into your smartphone, Photoshop CS6's new Blur Gallery will easily make it look like your shots came from an expensive DSLR.
What would simple gas to cook, or heat your home during the winter? Would you be willing to fill a giant bag full with natural gas and carry it into your home, at the risk of, well, exploding? Because that's what villagers in the Shandong Province of China are doing.
We take clean drinking water for granted, but in the developing world it's a big and expensive problem. Now, scientists are turning to a plant known as the Miracle Tree to create a new way of purifying water.