Huawei, known for making the Three MiFi and cheap Android smartphones, is entering the UK tablet market with a 7-inch Honeycomb device that'll set you back around £330. But someone's screwed up in the marketing department.
A Tungsten vest provides its wearer fantastic protection from radiation's damaging effects. Problem is — said vest also weighs about 60kg. So how does the Haz-Mat crew of tomorrow gird their loins in this radiation-resistant element? Exo-suits, obviously.
Ever wonder why you may look prettier in some photos and uglier in others, even with the same smile and the same lighting? It's all about the camera lens. These portraits -- taken by Stephen Eastwood -- show how this works.
Made By Hand, a documentary series of people who still, um, make things by hand, recently featured Joel Bukiewicz, a modern day knife maker who started Cut Brooklyn, a wonderful shop for handmade knives. In his featurette, Bukiewicz shows the process and immense detail he puts into every single knife.
Contradicting earlier reports from the Guardian, Reuters reported late Monday that four sources close to the matter have confirmed that WebOS is being sought by companies, potentially Oracle, and that HP is weighing the benefits of a potential sale. PC Magazine has further analysis.
The iPhone camera has a secret Easter Egg: a panorama mode. This special mode -- which Apple has not enabled for consumers yet -- will allow you to capture large panoramic scene using multiple photos. This is how you can enable it:
After demonstrating that an app can download malicious code after being accepted into the App Store, developer Charlie Miller found out that his iOS developer credentials were pulled by Apple.
I love Cyborg Vision, an augmented reality app that recognises your Facebook friends' faces and overlays their information like the vision of the Cyberdyne Systems Model 101 Series 800. Yes, this 69p app gives you Terminator's vision.
One of our favourite to-do lists/task manager apps for Android is Astrid. We love the deep feature set, the advanced tinkering and the easy to manage interface. Now it's on the iPhone. And even though the iPhone has a ton of apps like Astrid, Astrid is already one of the best.
Apple's pretty proud of its App Store approval system. Too bad security hacker Charlie Miller found a code-signing flaw that allows good apps to go bad. Here's how an app downloaded from the App Store could become a malware threat.
A vibration in your pocket only tells you that an email or text message has arrived, not what it's about. So researchers at the Nagoya Institute of Technology have developed a unique communication system that lets written messages be felt on someone else's hand, without any physical interaction.
I hope you didn't need the risk of death to convince you to not have sex with animals. But just in case, know this: bestiality will give you penis cancer.
When Giotto—considered the first artist of the Renaissance—painted this fresco at the Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi in 1290, he hid something in plain view. It took 721 years and some close up photographies for someone to see it.
This weird glowing spiral is located four hundred light years away from Earth, in the constellation Lupus. You may think it's a spiral galaxy, like our Milky Way. It's not. It's the strangest star ever found, a new kind.
I suspected Justin Bieber was no innocent when I saw him for the first time on television.