Over 1,000 people entered our two competitions during Film Week last week, proving it's not the end of the line for companies such as Kodak and Fujifilm. But who's walking away with one of nine Lomography cameras to keep film developers in business? These talented sods, that's who:
I'm not expert in Middle East policy, but it seems to me that if the whole world knew about Tel Aviv's Star Wars crawl escalator, Israel and its neighbours would live together in eternal peace — because it is amazing.
When is an Ultrabook not an Ultrabook? When it's got a 14-inch screen, weighs 4 pounds and has an optical drive, that's when.
This weekend saw the last lunar eclipse until 2014, giving lucky stargazers in the northern US and Canada, as well as Australia and New Zealand, a stunning view of our own celestial satellite. The moon shone a glorious red as the Earth passed between the Sun and the Moon, looking closer than ever.
Apple has announced that its Mac App Store has provided 100 million downloads since it was launched, just under a year ago. While that sounds impressive, remember that the iOS store shifts almost a billion apps a month, so it's got some way to go yet. [Apple; Image: Shutterstock]
When your correspondent was a little boy, he used to love pretending to be Batman. This involved taking all his clothes off, locking himself in the bathroom and drawing swastikas all over his naked body.
Here's the perfect last-minute Christmas gift for the musician in your life: a t-shirt with a built-in drum machine. Whether they're a busker in need of a backing track, or an annoying nephew who's keen to lay down some hip-hop beats, this shirt's what you need to get them.
The BBC has just let loose an update for its iOS iPlayer app that brings it to the iPhone and enables streaming over 3G. It's not just catch-up content either -- the app allows you to watch a live stream of any of the BBC's TV channels or radio stations wherever you've got a solid data connection.
When Canon announced the outlandish 1DX, you could be sure Nikon wouldn't be too far behind. Now, specs of the new D4 are leaking, and it looks like it could be a close fight between the two.
Whether or not you love the carefully planned, wire-diagram-styled London Tube Map or not, you'll have to admit that when cast in Lego, it certainly is a marvel to behold.
We're living longer than ever, but neurological diseases such as Parkinson's Disease still take their toll on society. Around three-quarters of those with Parkinson's in the UK suffer from speech problems. Boffins from the University of Portsmouth want to use smartphone apps to help them be better understood.
First Great Western suffered a comedic PR crisis late last week, after using the well-known rail excuse of "adverse weather conditions" as the reason for a delay in the launch of a web site.
Watching this cube slowly turn itself inside out as its internal gears mesh together is a mesmerising and puzzling experience. It looks like it should never work, but it does. I have a degree in engineering. Hell, I have a PhD in engineering. I (kind of) know how it works. But it still looks like magic to me.
The ever-popular Google Doodle is today celebrating the life of Robert Noyce, the co-founder of Intel and a man with a good claim on having played a big part in inventing the microchip.
Progress! Those that are too ill or just plain unwilling to make it to the crematorium to send off their loved one, friend or arch nemesis, can now watch from the comfort of their own home, thanks to Stafford Borough council.
BT has announced plans to hook more Scottish home and businesses up to its next-gen fibre network, hopefully allowing another 277,000 homes to connect to faster fibre-based products.