The sequences of this video would marvel anyone with a pair of eyes. Couple it with the lyrics of What a Wonderful World recited by Sir David Attenborough and you make our wonderful world even more wonderful. [Thanks Nick!]
Let's talk about music streaming. How much does it figure in your listening habits? Do you ever envisage stumping up the cash for a monthly subscription? We ask because the music industry is pinning its future survival on it. Why this particular model? Because it's one that they can control.
The British voiceover artist who provided the male voice for Siri only discovered he had been included in the iPhone 4S after seeing it demonstrated on TV -- and was then asked not to talk about it by Apple's PR people.
When Apple's Power Mac G4 came out it was classified as a super computer. It had dual-processors! What would the people of the past have made of this tablet computer, which is the first to have a quad-core processor?
That's right folks, it looks like we'll be getting a slice of the streaming bonanza that is Netflix early next year. Both the UK and Ireland will see the roll out, while you can already sign up to be notified when live.
“Oh, bollocks, he’s not breathing”, my colleague says. That’s my cue to swear, drop my radio in the passenger seat, and come running to help him. This particular motorcyclist is wearing a full-face helmet, and he needs a solid dose of CPR to keep him from popping his clogs.
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!
So. This is Gizmodo UK’s new home. We hope the sofa is plush enough for you, and the fridge stocked with enough sensory delights. Some of you may be US readers and wondering how the hell you ended up here, or have other burning questions. Come on in:
We think steel, glass and concrete will live forever. Then we look at the things we've built that don't last. These 97 images from this week's Shooting Challenge are deflating, haunting...and a bit reassuring. At least nature will go on.
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!")
Facebook really changed things up last week. Oh sure, it's as disrespectful of my privacy as ever, but now it's enlisted the entire web to help. So I'm done with anything that requires a Facebook login.
Scientists at Tufts University have refined a method that allows people to send messages using fluorescent strains of Escherichia coli. There's enough color combinations to encode the entire alphabet, the numbers 0 to 9 and a few symbols.
We've been hearing about Android's answer to the iPod Touch since the days when men were men and HP made computers, but the rebranded-wait-no-back-to-the-original Galaxy Player 4 and 5 are finally here.
So your house just burned down, taking everything you hold dear with it. You suspect it was your ex, but you have no proof. Luckily, British forensic scientists have found that cat litter is great for picking up traces of gasoline. Who knew?