This new image of the Eagle Nebula—without a doubt one of the most amazing objects in space—is stunningly trippy. It combines the two opposite ends of the electromagnetic spectrum in one shot: Far-infrared and X-ray. Absolutely gorgeous.
The Vantage and DB9 are beautiful examples of automotive craftsmanship, but I've never really lusted over Aston Martin's creations until I discovered the car maker's line of office furniture. Including this desk which looks like it's doing 150 mph just sitting there.
Remember that time you carried that box home and it was like sooo heavy? Yeah, shut up. The quarry where some of Stonehenge's original rocks came from has been discovered, and the people of 5,000 years ago dragged them 160 miles.
Airports can be a daunting place to navigate, and trudging to your gate can be time consuming and exhausting. And since Segways are downright obnoxious, I like Gustavo Brenck's Gig Pack concept which straps a collapsible scooter to your backpack.
When a bunch of fraudsters wanted free iPads, they purchased them, removed the iPad, packed the box with clay and returned it to the store. Cheeky, illegal, but ingenious. Only, the stores then sold the clay to unsuspecting customers.
I know many may disagree, but these coloured famous photos are much more powerful than the black and white originals. The perfect colouring takes away all the stylisation of the black and white and pushes the violence right into your eyes.
I first picked up a guitar when I was 11, about a year after Kurt Cobain killed himself. All I wanted was the Fender guitar he designed. I never got it, but now there's a new Cobain guitar for me to drool over.
I keep forgetting about how damn huge some drones are. Most people think they are tiny, like toy planes. As this photo of a Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk shows, they are actually big. Big as in pretty damn huge.
No, this snow truck is not jack-knifing, the trailer is supposed to do that. It's the TowPlow and it clears snow-bound lanes in a flash.
It's taken a while, but one of the greatest gaming apps of aaaaaaaall time has now been ported from iOS to Android. It's exciting news, not least because the trophy cabinet over at Hemisphere Games HQ is literally *groaning* under the weight of prizes awarded to Osmos. After all, why should iPhone and iPad owners have all the fun?
If you go out in the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise. For every bear that ever there was, will gather there for certain because — well, because they've all been recycled into rugs.
Kinect launched a little over a year ago. I'll bet you can't name very many games for it, and if you can, they probably fall in one of two or three categories: sports/exercise and dance, and they're prooooobably not exactly AAA titles.