What will children of the digital age complain about when they are 70? I personally can't wait to see the shock on my grandchildren's faces when I tell them about the days of dial-up modems and the world before YouTube. Watch this video for a look into the crystal ball.
You may not know him, but that guy on the right is one of the most influential industrial designers in history, Apple's first Jonny Ive. He designed the original Apple Macintosh, a model that influenced generations to come and defined the all-in-one personal computer. It's a classic that sits today at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Raising the bar on nerdy wedding proposals, YouTuber doctorpappa (possibly not a real doctor) decided to ask his girlfriend to marry him by donning a paper-mache Futurama Bender mask, and popping the question in binary.
Stephen Fry is a fully-fledged geek. Now, in an interview with the BBC, he has lashed out at a generation of technophobic judges who don't understand the internet.
There’s a new superassassin on his way, and he’s not pulling his punches. Jeremy Renner has stepped into the empty shoes of the Bourne franchise for its next instalment, and if this trailer is anything to go buy, Bond has some serious competition this summer.
Kodak's decision to stop producing Kodachrome film in 2009 left a hole in people's nostalgia-seeking hearts. This documentary short by Xander Robin takes us into Dwayne's Photo, the last remaining lab to develop the coveted film. It really shows how cumbersome and complex the process of developing film is/was, and why analogue photography never really stood a chance against the onslaught of digital technology. [Vimeo via LaughingSquid via PetaPixel]
Kodak’s announced that it’s no longer going to make cameras, video cams or digital picture frames to, erm, save costs. That just leaves printers then. You know, that thing that’s collecting dust in the corner that everyone still loves and uses all the time.
Scientists believe that this is the animal from which everything else evolved. The first multicellular being that spawned every living being in this world through billions of mutations, from fish to amphibians to reptiles to birds to mammals to you.
Electricity is beautiful, but transmission towers are eyesores. That contradiction hurts my brain. How am I supposed to feel when I look at a beautiful landscape, and it's ruined by giant towers disappearing into the horizon? We NEED the towers so we might as well get used to them.
PC or Mac? PC or Mac? PC or Mac? It’s a tough one, but as we don’t have a PC that’s been drastically cut in price to wave under your noses today, we’re going to say MAC ALL THE WAY, BABY.
There have been plenty of legal wranglings between Motorola and Apple, and with Google buying Motorola that doesn't show signs of stopping. Now, Google plans to grab 2.25 per cent of every iPhone sale because of the patents it owns through the purchase of Moto.
Google’s been rumoured to have some sort of GDrive in the works for literally years, and like a bad smell that just won’t blow away, it’s back with a vengeance. This time it’ll be a Dropbox competitor; will be free to most users and businesses, and we could see it in a matter of weeks.