While there are many stunning artificial Christmas trees on the market there is nothing that can beat a real Christmas tree.
There’s no doubt that human presence causes a huge stress on our planet, Earth. As we near 7 billion people, there is more focus on using Earth’s resources more wisely and also to look after the planet with more attention to the damage we cause.
Tech columnist David Pogue shares 10 simple, clever tips for computer, web, smartphone and camera users.
Here we have chosen our top 10 of some of the most exotic and strangest sports cars that you are ever going to see.
Barry Wilmore, International Space Station (ISS) Commander, recently needed a wrench that they didn’t have at hand on-board the ISS… so NASA emailed him one.
The majority of us will never make the cut to be among the NASA astronauts who are chosen to walk on the moon but you can at least get a feel of what it’s like wearing a jacket worn by astronauts.
Visitors attending the Amsterdam Light Festival have been treated to some spooky goings on with an appearance from a ghost ship.
You probably guessed from the title that this is a water bottle with a wireless speaker on it – and you’d be right.
#10. Tacoma Washington Bridge Disaster The Tacoma Narrows Bridge is a pair of mile-long (1600 meter) suspension bridges with main spans of 2800 feet (850 m).
3D printing has been used for many things but there is no better use for the technology than when put to use to help mankind, or in this case animal kind.
There seems to be a trend going on for small houses lately and this one set in the Swiss Alps completely blends in with its environment (No, it’s not too small to see).
2014 has been a great year for engineering with many enormous milestones and achievements seeing succession and the near future already filled with exciting promises.
Unless you are among those lucky enough not to have to ask the price of things when Christmas shopping, here are 10 things that you are not going to find in your stocking this year; either because they don’t fit, or probably just because you can’t afford them.
Google’s Project Wing has been working on a VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) drone that can deliver parcels that also switches to fixed wing for flight.
The new Pyro Fireshooter by Ellusionist is a discreet device worn like a watch that lets the wearer shoot fireballs from their wrist at the push of a button.
The End of Sitting shows off a new angle on office furniture and comes from visual artist Barbara Visser and Dutch firm RAAAF.
Sony has announced that it is developing a module that can be clipped onto any pair of normal glasses and turn them into a Google Glass rival.
You may know of haptic feedback from your smartphone, press the touch sensitive buttons and you get a little vibrational feedback to let you know you’ve touched it.
The AmazingScience channel on YouTube has recently released a video of what they call the “World’s Simplest Electric Train” that is made up of just a battery, some magnets and a copper wire coil.
Chris New is a photographer/cinematographer/director who was born in Georgia but is now based in Brooklyn producing work for a digital branding firm in Manhattan.