Ai Wei Wei, arguably China's most famous artist, has a new exhibit in Taiwan right now. The piece you see, called Forever Bicycles, features thousands of bicycles welded together to create a stunning visual effect.
Not merely satisfied with having the the top research labs develop robotic dogs and cheetahs and humans, DARPA's latest endeavor will see the military agency team up with MIT to develop FastRunner, a robotic ostrich capable of outrunning us all.
Futuremark, arbiter of all synthetic benchmarks that upend message boards and LAN party envies around the globe, is ready to make you feel bad about your rig all over again: 3DMark for Windows 8. But there's a twist!
The iPhone 4S battery problems continue! Even a software update that was supposed to fix the problem couldn't fix the problem. So what's going on? Is it a software bug? Maybe. A hardware flaw? Probably not.
Unless you're using a Bluetooth headset or their speakerphone, you can't really operate a touchscreen smartphone while it's held to your ear during a call. So this prototype once again merges a phone with a pico projector to give you full access to your device during a call, as well as the device of the person you're talking to.
Since you never actually leave your living room, the OVO-4 home flight simulator lets you skip all the unpleasantness of modern air travel, while still enjoying the mind numbing boredom of being inside a commercial aircraft for hours at a time.
Here is a recipe: Take Foursquare, remove all potential usefulness. Take the entirety of dating, add all possible creepiness. Mix. Dump in five kilos of salt. Inject into jugular. Mm! You're now using Crowded Room, today's stupidest, disquieting iPhone app.
Your quad-core computer doesn't seem so great anymore now, does it, champ? AMD's Opteron 6200 boasts 16 cores running at up to 2.6 GHz each. That is a lot of number crunching. Sadly, the monster isn't made for you.
YouTube's probably a pretty big (and wildly unproductive) part of your life. So it sucks that it's organised like a drunken blind guy's sock drawer. Google's trying to do something about that with a new and very pretty redesign available to select users, according to The Next Web.
Hidden away in a remote part of the San Francisco Bay Area, Google has a top-secret lab that's home to the future. It's called Google X and guess what? Nobody knows for sure what happens in there.
Lenovo is not one to sit around and let Asus have all the super-spec'd tablet fun. Engadget has sniffed out a rumour that they'll be bringing their own quad-core Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) very, very soon. Monster fight!
You've probably heard of 4G, but also probably haven't used it yet. It's an umbrella term covering various faster mobile data connection standards, which are gradually taking off in various parts of the world.
Amazon's pushed its Kindle Daily Deal over the pond and extended the ereading bargain hunters dream to the UK public. Each deeply discounted deal lasts a day, with a fresh one served up as the clock strikes 12-midnight.