There's no denying Facebook has a massive user-base -- but you might be surprised to know that Facebook has more gamers than anyone else, as Ethan Beard, Facebook's director of partnerships put so eloquently:
Jaguar has had to recall over 17,000 diesel X-Types over an error in the code that controls cruise control. The bug affects cars that rolled off the line between 2006 and 2010, and can prevent the system from disengaging.
Finding a new pair of jeans that fit takes longer than it should. So, like a cold-hearted best friend, New Look's new full body 3D scanner will reveal the cold, hard truth about just how curvy you really are.
Sure, Siri is cool. It can make appointments, send emails, and knit you sweaters (unverified), but you have to talk into your hand. That's no fun. And where's the big, red, evil eye? There's got to be a better way!
Man and machine might not be that different in the future — especially if they share the same synthetic skin being developed at Stanford University.
The deadline for our first-ever 3D printing Challenge has been extended by one week, as Tokyo Flash has plumped out the winners' bounty with one of its just-announced Kisai Seven watches. You now have until the 31st of October to send in a sketch or render of a character or figurine of your choosing, with the winner receiving a 3D-printed model of their design, plus Tokyo Flash's latest watch.
I was watching Ghost in the Shell again today—for the umpteenth time—and got to thinking: If the technology existed in the future and I had the opportunity to do so, I'd totally abandon this meat sack that I exist in and upload my consciousness to the 'Net.
Sam and I are in two minds about the driverless tubes which may well hit London in just 10 years' time. I think we can all agree it'll be a challenge to TFL (not to mention the daily commuters), but tell us who you think has the best argument below:
A group of MPs are trying to do victims of stolen phones a favour, by forcing the networks to reduce the amounts they charge for calls made on stolen phones.
Apparently caffeinated beverages are not teaching the world to sing in perfect harmony.
ASLR is something very technical to do with computers and randomising how they use their memory. Google's sticking it in the Android "Ice Cream Sandwich" update, to ensure better security.
There could soon be a properly integrated, online, streaming, cloud-based and very futuristic unified Apple television system, with sources claiming Apple's iTunes engineer is secretly working on an all-in-one TV product.
200 passengers got the shock of their lives when their plane was forced to do a U-turn and head straight back to Standsted after their pilot's window 'patched up' with duct tape came lose.
Well, The Rapture was a bust. AGAIN. And 2012 isn't really shaping up the be the End of Days (so disappointing), so how exactly will modern culture meet its destruction? Simply: LOLCats. [Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal via Laughing Squid]