If we ever get back to the Ice Age again, we can be hopeful that this mashup of Volkswagen and Star Wars could provide us a means of transportation.
Designed by Craig Callum, a Denmark-based LEGO design lead, you'll see a classic Volkswagen van on top riding on the legs of an AT-AT. It's got them weapons too. Will the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles please use this? [Flickr]
Soon our devices will all be outfitted with eye tracking technology. Even Samsung's Galaxy S4 is rumored to include such tech. Samsung's Smart Scroll uses a different technology for it though. The subject however, is whether or not this poses any privacy risks.
It's hard to keep track of productivity sometimes, but if you've got some time, check out this comic from Angela Liao of 20px showing us the difference between when we expect to be productive and when we're actually productive.
Customers think that tech companies like Apple and Google can do a better job in outfitting cars with better crash prevention, pre-crash alters, and intelligent heads up displays than automakers themselves, according to a survey by CarSafetyRules.com.
Coca-Cola placed a vending machine in Shanghai's most romantic park. The vending machines are equipped with Coke bottles that were hard to open. Women who wanted to quench their thirst would need the help of someone manly enough (or strong), to open them. Sparks fly. Love is in the air.
Don't want to be dealing with wires getting tangled everywhere? Then check out SoftBank's new Itomaki AC adapters. They are shaped like a thread spool to let you wind your cable around so that 'neat and tidy' is your mantra.
Blood and oxygen are important for your eyes. The lower it goes, the higher the chance of going blind. But not if this tiny robot can help it. Called "microrobot", it was developed by researchers at ETH Zurich. It is small enough and sensitive to act as an early warning system for your eye's oxygen levels.
Hospital infections are bad. It can kill patients and costs the healthcare industry a whole lot of money. To sterilize things, and hyper infectious agents like Clostridium difficile (C-diff) or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus
aureus (MRSA), doctors are turning to a different method of disinfection
to destroy bacteria by tearing their DNA apart with UV light.
Everyone loves the Internet. But what is it doing to our brains? Epipheo created this lovely little animation describing the thoughts of Nicholas Carr, author of 'The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains'.
Not everyone can grow a beard, but if you can then you're going to like this piece of research. A new published study from the University of New South Wales concludes that men and women find bearded faces more attractive than shaven ones.
If you've got a craving for some pizza, this 99 cent app will use a compass to find a pizza place for you. The app, which hit the App Store earlier this month, points you in the direction of the nearest pizza joint.
If you could live a little longer with the help of some brain tweak would you do it? Medical advancements are proving to be able to prolong life a tad bit longer and it's not so far off from the future. Soon, people will be living longer.
A team of scientists at Los Alamos National Labs have admitted that they have been using quantum internet for the last two years. That's a whole lot of brag there.
But what is quantum internet? It's a security experts dream, and it uses a concept with the laws of quantum mechanics to create perfectly secure online communication. Attempts to intercept messages screws up the characteristic of a quantum object which renders them incomprehensible.