Curious about Rogen’s penis-slapping scene? Did you know the identity of the dog in the film? Why were there so many Lord of the Rings references? All these questions — and more — were answered during
Now you can play Windows Solitaire in first-person. Sort of. Solitaire.exe is the latest creation from Camp Cult. The group describes itself thusly on its Patreon page: Camp cult, at the core is the collaboration
Polymer scientists at the University of Akron have developed a layer of transparent electrodes that is flexible, durable and, although unconfirmed, more efficient than modern touchscreen technology. If
For some of us, the closest we'll ever get to becoming Wolverine is making a pair of cardboard claws, growing a bitchin' set of sideburns and developing a cigar-chewing habit. The more industrially inclined,
They're mouthy and covered in sequins, so very Miley. Miley Cyrus played the first of the European dates on her Bangerz tour in London last night — she'd canceled earlier dates in Amsterdam because of
Here’s skeuomorphism at its most unintuitive. For a long time, iOS was criticized for its skeuomorphic interface–artifices like simulated green felt poker tables, wood grain bookshelves, and leather stitching
Turkish designer creates medical cast using 3D printing which could heal broken bones faster A 3d printed medical cast could help bones to heal up to 40 per cent faster. The black cast, known as the Osteoid,
Virtual reality headsets are usually used to transport their wearer someplace fantastic, but a new experiment with the Oculus Rift has it doing something a bit more disorienting: warping reality by keeping
It's early evening on a Thursday and you're at a networking event, balancing a small plate of appetizers in one hand. Someone comes up to you to say hello. She acts like you've met before, but you can't
Yes, Google X tried to design a hoverboard. If Back to the Future has taught us anything, it’s that hoverboards are amazing, and it is one of 2014’s inexcusable tragedies that they are not yet real. Which
In the spirit of "Could Bruce Willis Save the World?" and "Gravity Fact Check," we'd like to take Hollywood perhaps a bit too seriously and examine the scientific plausibility of what's called "whole emulation."
Call it what you will: Resolution-gate; the Great Console War of 2013/2014; bloody nonsense. Whatever you call it, I’ve decided that the entire fiasco over the disparate resolutions in cross-platform on
Sometimes it can be relaxing to peer into a fish tank and just pass a few minutes in quiet contemplation. Just you and the fish. But if you’re at work, this isn’t really a very practical way of de-stressing.