In the age where companies like Terrafugia and Opener are actually building and testing flying cars, putting out a concept design and video can seem a bit cheeky.
Facebook recently announced a new addition to its line up of news feed filters to help you deal with the bane of our modern digital existence – having sports, movies and TV shows ruined by a friend.
Sack the team. The whole team. What a fall from grace this is. Steve Smith, the subject of not unreasonable debate around whether he is the greatest Test batsman since Bradman, is now a cheating captain who lacked the decency to fall on his sword after being caught.
“We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe. That makes us something very special.” ― Stephen Hawking
‘Feed free February’. It alliterates, so it must be worth doing, right? My wife and I both decided we’d skip the random scrolling down our social feeds for the four weeks of February and see how it felt. And, mostly, it felt great.
Echoing the grooves of a vinyl record alongside the ebonised ash wood base structure, this high-end turntable design is a stunner.
And looks really do matter when it comes to showing off electric cars at the peak of their powers.
Skim Reading as a Service is never going to pay the bills. It’s a tough sell. @biz and @jack, with the luxury of their incredibly brief Twitter handles, today pitched that Twitter will be better with a doubled character limit – up to 280 from the 140 it’s famous for.
Carrying better lighting to use with your phone is mostly a non-event. It’s just too hard to bother for most people.