All hail the sci-fi woman of the future.
More bad news for fans of non-austere cooked/salty things.
You might as well be rolling around in a petri dish when you step on a bus.
"If you don't start dropping cake crumbs instead of bread crumbs on the floor I'm going to chew through the electric cables and burn you while you sleep," threatened newly self-aware Jerry Mouse.
Philips hopes to provide chronic-pain sufferers relief using a couple of new iPhone-connected devices.
Normal adult cells can actually be converted into stem cells, and a Japanese patient will be the first person to ever receive the treatment.
Garmin Fenix 2 watch review: It's one of the rare occasions where a massive number of features are put into a device and aren't totally messed up.
With all those gleaming, stainless-steel tools readied for painful prodding, few people look forward to visiting the dentist. But modern dentistry is a walk in the park compared with old-school methods of treating oral maladies.
Health-tracking that might actually be of some use for once?
*Christopher Walken from Pulp Fiction GIF*
Broken Britain? More like "Boozed-Up Britain". The average Brit spends 315 days of his or her life hungover, a new study has found.
You have more chance waking up during an operation than winning the lottery.
A HD camera-cum-air quality monitor.
Robbing a petrol station with a concealed sausage?
"Fat" and "bald" next on the list, please.
Don't raise the children entirely on micro-noodles pushed under their bedroom doors.
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