Sweet? She's sweet enough for you, old man. I don't know who made this geeky confection, but I want to hug them. The attention to detail, the... the chocolate!
It's a bonanza of games hitting Android this week. Spend some time with your Android phone with Fifa '12 and Angry Birds Space. Or if gaming isn't your thing, well Tweet with Boid about how much it isn't your thing.
Pretty ladies, pretty e-mails and pretty places to remember to go to. There probably hasn't been a prettier iPhone apps of the week since like, well, ever. I would say this though, that's mostly because of the lovely ladies of Me in My Place. Sparrow, you ain't so bad yourself.
This week's best apps for iPad will totally make your life mo' better: you can learn how to properly make bacon while listening to Opera.
We pulled a bunch of detailed information about Apple's employees from LinkedIn - which is all available on the site. It turns out Apple employs way more general and administrative people than research and development engineers, according to the LinkedIn data.
Android users: are you tired of your iPhone toting friends using Instagram as their go-to "You don't have this app on Android so nany-nany poo-poo" argument?
The MiG-15 dominated the skies when made its debut in the Korean war. One of the USSR's first successful swept-wing aircraft it has since become the most-built jet of all time. Our friends at Oobject have assembled the most soaring monuments to the Soviet's favorite fighter.
Any kid knows how to produce an entire foley library worth of gross sound effects from a bowl of jelly. But Raphaël Pluvinage and Marianne Cauvard's Noisy Jelly kit produces more pleasing sounds using gelatinous shapes and a special playing board.
You probably won't always remember to bring an umbrella when the weather is gloomy, but as long you're wearing this Puma Urban Mobility Backpack from designer Hussein Chalayan, you'll always have a quick way to keep your head dry.
Most laptops can barely handle a late-night YouTube session without reaching sperm-scorching temperatures. So if you dabble in over-clocking, you'll be frying eggs in no time. That is unless you've got Asetek's new liquid-cooling system for laptops.
Just because it's the weekend doesn't mean you have to switch your brain off completely. Smarter Every Day continues its video series on the physics behind helicopters with a look at how choppers use something called a swashplate to vary the pitch of its rotor blades to climb higher and fly in any direction.
By incorporating a pneumatic cylinder and a special split-pivoting frame, Bill Becker, a retired assembly line worker, has created the Elev8 bike which is promised to be considerably easier for older folks to mount and ride.
Michael Margolis, a former Apple software engineer who worked on the Apple TV and "implemented much of the AppleTV 2.0 UI years ago," claims that its recently unveiled new UI isn't so new.
If you despise the monotonous and repetitive motions needed to produce beautiful designs on a Spirograph, just do what student Robert Howsare did. For just £30 he turned a couple of old turntables into this Drawing Apparatus that does all the work for you.
It's no secret that the movie going public hasn't exactly embraced 3D films with open arms. Yet for some reason Hollywood hasn't gotten the message and still keeps cramming 3D content down our throats.