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What's your favourite cube?
It's holds a whopping one person at any given time. Maybe two if they're really skinny and have no understanding of personal space.
Knitting isn't just for your gran anymore.
The case is part of a larger campaign to cash in on the 20th anniversary of the rainbow-coloured, plastic fantastic iMac G3.
Kinect was never for you. Yeah, you with the Xbox One that was bundled with a Kinect.
Bit of a weird thing but he managed to smile for a photo.
Artist Dima Yarovinsky wanted to show how “small” we are against the power of massive corporations, which is pretty grim when you think about it. Makes for some pretty art, though!
Wall++ offers new ways to interact with a smart home just by walking around in it.
“AMD has found a way to have their cake and eat it too.”
After watching this I just want to spend the rest of my days as stress-free as possible, dribbling paints and smearing colours.
What if AI could write pop songs? How would we train them, and would the final product be as good as what’s on the radio? Could it be better?
Creativity is often shaped by constraints.
Just in time for Infinity War.
Using ingredients found in bones and teeth, Chinese researchers have developed wallpaper that sounds the alarm when heat and flames are detected.
It sounds and looks bonkers, but it's a real thing.
It’s strange to think of colour as something that can be discovered, but humans have been creating new pigments for as long as we've been around.