Zounds! So this is what my ex-girlfriend meant when she said sex with me was akin to "carnal relations with an empty husk." Too much web porn! It's killing our libidos, lads, one frantically one-handed mouse click at a time.
ROSAT, the latest man-made object to fall from the heavens and threaten humanity's safety, has apparently burned up in Earth's atmosphere. The 1 in 2,000 chance of death from above we had all feared never materialised.
The US or UK versions of Nintendo's reward program, Club Nintendo, never seem to have quite the same calibre of awesome schwag as the original Japanese version. And now there's this pixelated 8-bit Super Mario throw cushion.
Looking at his work it seems like Kim Keever always has his camera in the right place at the right time for capturing stunning landscape photos.
Apps make the iPhone shine. And you want your new (or even old) iPhone to shine, right? Here are the best iPhone apps this week -- it's a solid list, you'll be heartened to hear.
Besides a reduced monthly power bill, there's a certain smug satisfaction to recharging your gear with solar energy. It's almost like you want everyone to know how eco conscious you're being.
Animoog: IMoog has packed that legendary sound into the seriously fun Animoog iPad app. It jams all of its analog cousin's wizardry into an iPad synth that's as intuitive and satisfying to play as the original. The layout is configured much how you'd imagine it-the piano keys are laid out along the bottom on the iPad's screen. Two of the synth's modules-a delay module for example-are visible at any given time. You can adjust settings like speed and frequency. And so much more. 69p.
The Libyan rebels that helped overthrow Gadaffi's regime may not have had the most advanced weaponry at their disposal. But they were resourceful and used what they had available, including converting a bulldozer into a rolling, bulletproof battleship.
Iris: Iris, which was amazingly completed in 8 hours by Android dev Narayan Babu and his team at Dexetra, is a heckuva more conversational. It understands the questions you ask by voice and then spits out answers back at you. It's not always accurate (neither is Siri) but it's only in alpha and has a pretty good sense of humour about itself. You can have a general conversation with Iris or ask her questions about science, history, culture and more.
Tools make work easier and safer. While you probably don't look at saw blades with the same level of gadget lust as you do a smartphone -- the latest additions to DeWalt's cutting line literally pull themselves through a piece of lumber.
It will probably make the memos in the break room about stealing lunches considerably harder to read, but this unique font made from model railroad layouts is still far more pleasing to the eye than Comic Sans.
It hasn't even hit store shelves yet, but the juiciest tidbits from Steve Jobs' upcoming biography are steadily being leaked by those with advance copies of the book. The latest pertains to Jonathan Ive.
We may have all survived the less than graceful return of NASA's UARS satellite a month ago, but you'll want to keep your eyes on the skies this weekend since we're not out of the clear yet.
That trendy unshaven look usually requires a careful amount of shaving in the morning. So Remington has upgraded their beard and stubble trimmer with a slick touchscreen and a cutting blade that can be electronically adjusted for a precise amount of ruggedness.
While certainly impressive technology, modern touchscreens are still kind of limited in that they only really know where on the display they've been touched.
Camping on the beach with the sound of the surf is a great way to relax, but when you're a surfer, it's also the easiest way to guarantee you won't miss a great wave when the tide rolls in.