I don't know where the Daily Mail is getting this bit of information from, but they're claiming that Steve Jobs "worked for more than a year on the products that he believed would safeguard the company" during the next four years.
Brave young David Knott took to the London streets to steal himself a new TV back during London's summer of discontent, despite being in a wheelchair with a broken leg. That's some impressive dedication to social unrest.
There is so much being said about Steve Jobs today, but what I want to know is how he affected you. With Apple having sold millions upon billions of iPods, iPhones, apps, Macs, accessories, chances are everyone reading this has bought an iProduct. But what was it? For me, it was the iBook G4.
You've seen the US site's shooting challenges; hell, you may remember the Photoshop challenges from years back. Do you know what we're going to do here on Giz UK? Get you designing 3D models, with the winner getting their model 3D model printed out for keepsies. Oh yes!
This just blew my mind. Back in 1987 Apple made a video about a future computer that would have a touchscreen with a computerize assistant you could talk to. They were off in their prediction by only 18 days. Wow.
Apple's new iPhone 4S is just last year's design loaded with a new brain and more memory. It will run your apps faster and Apple's new iOS5's Assistant, an artificial intelligence program that listens and interprets your orders. It just looks exactly the same.
If you were to poke your nose around the door of some fashionable London boutiques -- Howies, Albam, Fred Perry - you might encounter a jacket made with a mysterious material called “Ventile”. First developed for the World War II, this stuff is waterproof, windproof and 100 per cent breathable, which makes it perfect for the unpredictable British weather.
You've got to wonder whether ITV either made a simple slip-up ("oh shit, we accidentally put footage from a videogame called Arma 2 in our documentary!") or they thought no-one would notice ("eh, it's not like it's Call of Duty footage...no-one will know!")
Last week Mark Zukerberg showed off the new Facebook Timeline during the company's f8 keynote. Announced as a new way of presenting yourself on Facebook, the Timeline is an autobiography of your Facebook-shared life. But how Facebook is securing that life could surprise you.
This is the SS Gairsoppa, a merchant ship that was crossing the Atlantic until a Nazi u-boat sunk it. It was loaded with seven million ounces of silver. That's $202.74 million, which will be kept mostly by the treasure hunters.
This weekend NASA published an awesome time-lapse flyby of planet Earth taken from the International Space Station. Awesome, but jerky—until now. Someone interpolated the original frames to achieve this smooth as silk motion film. It'll leave you stupefied.