This sad video pretty much sums up what’s happening to our high streets here in Britain. You can see it all around us, but this match-up of opposing photos shows just how bad it’s really getting.
Those crazy scientists over at MIT have managed to install “neural probes” in a moth the size of a fist that lets them actually control it during flight. It’s all part of DARPA’s mad scheme to turn insects into the next generation of spy drones.
The living legend that is Sir Paul McCartney has removed his catalogue of solo work from streaming services in the US, coincidentally just before performing an exclusive set that'll be streamed through iTunes later today.
I have something of a sleep problem. Or I guess, more accurately, a waking up problem. And my alarm clock died. So I bought this re-issue of Braun's Dietrich Labs and Dieter Rams-designed BNC004 travel alarm clock. You should not.
The roguish Ginger Prince has upped his level of qualifications, managing to secure a full license to fly the UK Army's Apache helicopters in combat.
The image above is a not-very-realistic portrayal of how the Spatial View 3DeeScreen manages to turn several models of 15.6" Dell and HP laptops running Windows 7 into glasses-free 3D displays.
Foxconn has more to worry about. As well as struggling to deal with allegations of exploitative working conditions in its factories, it's now had the bad fortune of being hacked, having login and password information spread across the web.
Dennis Publishing has launched an iPhone app its calling the Viz Strip Teaser, which has been designed to let users view sections of issues "in a format fully optimised for your phone."
Is This Lalique Crystal iPod Dock By Jean Michel Jarre Not the Most Ridonkulous Thing You've Ever Seen?
Yes, that Jean Michel Jarre. When I tweeted a photo of the Aerosystem One dock at the launch event last night, I was met with replies from "it looks like a cheesegrater," to a patio-heater, to "a free-standing ashtray," to an "exhaust stack on a 16 wheel lorry." And that's before I've even told you of the various sex-toy jokes.
Since it came to light how bad working conditions are in Chinese factories that make iPhones and iPads, many have muttered about boycotting Apple. If that's you, you should join a globally coordinated protest against it, which is happening today. But do you care enough?
Another day, another iPad 3 rumour; this time its back shell has apparently flashed its inners to the camera. If the component is genuine it points to a larger battery; a bigger camera, and a different LCD screen from the iPad 2.
The security PIN system that Google Wallet users have to enter to verify transactions has been compromised. Thankfully, the chances of your wallet being used against you is relatively low — assuming you haven't rooted your phone, that is.
There are no hospitals in space. The closest A&E is back on Earth, and astronauts can't exactly jump in a cab to get there. So what happens if the sun burps out a massive blast of radiation while an astronaut is space-amblin' by?
Google has made the newest version of its popular browser available, offering more secure downloads and faster-loading web pages. Here's what's new.