With no signs of the wet weather relenting, try to capture and reuse run-off in an eye-catching, creative rain garden A few years ago, desert gardens were in vogue as we prepared for blistering hot summers;
Super Bowl commercials, shmuper bowl commercials. The best ad we've seen all year is called "Supergeil" and comes courtesy of a German supermarket chain. It stars a bearded, deep voiced German entertainer
A curious combination of familiar construction and futuristic design, the ePure Corded Handset and Base works with any mobile phone tablet or PC with an audio jack. Techies and talkers will go nuts for
The built-in speakers on most devices leave your music sounding thin. Tego Audio will bring you out of your low-fi funk with CERA—a wireless portable speaker with Bluetooth technology. Voice notification
My uncle, the painter John Christoforou, who has died in Paris aged 92, had an artistic career spanning more than 60 years. He became known for his powerful expressionist figure paintings, reflecting solitary
Needle-phobes take note: Scientists take steps toward an alternative Stronger erections. Weight loss. Better sleep. There’s a pill for almost everything and everyone—except for people who take insulin
Whatever our hands touch, our phones touch. And that means our mobile phones can be downright nasty. Some people even use their phones while they're in the bathroom stall. So it probably won't surprise
If Chipotle is Blockbuster, could Burritobox be Redbox? Piping hot tortillas filled with free-range chicken, grass-fed beef, uncured bacon, and cage-free eggs. Cold guacamole and sour cream. Hot sauce.
If you Google "Hugh Laurie" and "stethoscope", you will come up with a clutch of stories from February 2012 about how everybody's favourite pill-popping misanthropic physician is "hanging up his stethoscope"
Scientists have identified a simple, inexpensive compound that made cancer drugs more effective in mice and helped human patients weather the toxic side effects of chemotherapy. But even as they touted
A bionic hand that allows the wearer to experience genuine feeling has been developed in Switzerland. The prosthetic limb returns the sensation of touch to users by connecting sensors to nerves in their