Flaming pumpkins, Dominos crowdsources it next delivery car, and other things we didn’t cover
Astronomers release a humongous 9-gigapixel image that captures 84 million stars in the Milky Way.
Cubieboard is a serious computer on a stick with a 1GHz ARM processor that can run Android, Ubuntu, or Linux.
Lytro cameras can do 3D parallax, NASA simulates a universe, and other things we didn’t cover.
Magic Finger promises to move touchscreen control from your device’s glass to any surface.
NASA hopes to develop a commercial nasal spray that will help everyone cope with motion sickness.
Barnaby Jack demonstrates how easily he can hack a wireless pacemaker to deliver a deadly shock.
Dream Cheek introduces the next generation of office warfare with a new ball-dropping robot.
A mask to control your dreams, Raspberry Pi gets a RAM upgrade, and other things we didn’t cover.
Felix Baumgartner successfully completes his free fall from 128,100 feet in the air and reaches a speed of Mach 1.2.
Scientist discover DNA has a half-life of 521 years, crushing any hopes of creating a real Jurassic Park.
Inventor Colin Furze builds a engine powered baby pram that goes up to 50 miles per hour.
YEI show off the future of full-body, real-time motion sensing control in video games.
Gold-producing bacteria cultures, crowd-sourced dating advice, and other things we didn’t cover.
Recently declassified document reveals that the US Air Force was developing a supersonic flying saucer in the 1950s.