Winter's quickly approaching and that subterranean studio flat of yours won't be getting brighter any time soon. So, instead of knocking out walls for an impromptu sunroom, just fake it with these illuminated faux-shades.
How did President Franklin Delano Roosevelt get into the Waldorf-Astoria without alerting the paparazzi? A secret subterranean train station, obviously.
All those packages you get from Jersey and Guernsey will soon cost a bit more, thanks to the government giving in to EU demands to stop businesses in the Channel Islands skipping charging VAT on small purchases.
After receiving some weird and wonderful entries to our first-ever 3D printing challenge, we've not only selected a winner, we've actually 3D PRINTED THE SHIT out of the winner. Well, we didn't 3D print the creator of the winning model...that'd just be weird (and expensive).
Our brothers down under at Giz Australia interviewed Edward Linacre, the winner of the annual James Dyson Award, about his Airdrop irrigation creation. If you ever wondered about the difficulties of inventing something, give it a read -- from the long hours, to stress about patents, to being inspired by Star Wars, Linacre spells it all out. [Giz Australia]
Or better said, the people using Photoshop would never cease to amaze me.
An enormous list of possible HTC mobile phone names has appeared online, which contains some believable and some not quite so believable future HTC model names.
You might have missed out on the chance to buy the Comet chain of stores for only £2 but to be honest, you probably dodged a massive bullet. You’d never be able to keep them all tidy by yourself.
Google's top man Eric Schmidt has added his voice to the debate surrounding who-ripped-off-who? in the smartphone world, claiming its Android efforts pre-date the arrival of Apple's iPhone.
I'm already living the Philip K. Dick life. I've got the communicator, the tablet computer, the everywhere-Internet. All I need now is a deadly government conspiracy and an immersive 3D environment that lets me jack in and walk around.
We take remote controls for granted. For most of us, they've existed from the day they were born. We knew how to use them before we could even begin to fathom how they work. But really, they're magnificent devices.
Retail park based electrical chain Comet has found itself a new home, with existing owner Kesa selling the entire franchise, all the stores and stock, to a private company. For £2.
Unlike the GoPro Hero2 which needs a housing to protect it from the elements, Oregon Scientific's ATC Mini is waterproof right out of the box. Ready to capture your extreme underwater exploits to a depth of 66 feet, though at a disappointing 720P.
Honda Asimo, the frighteningly realistic yet increasingly useless humanoid robot, has learned another new trick! It can pour drinks. Watch Asimo roll out a cart, open up a thermos, grab the cup, tilt the cup, pour, finish the pour and hand it off to a pretty lady.