When I was 14, I was too busy revising Shakespeare and algebra for my exams. Nathan Ambrosioni isn't your average 14 year old, as he has been busy directing a frighteningly good looking horror film that will be shown at the Cannes film festival.
Ever left a chocolate bar long enough for it to turn white? While it's harmless, the sweet stuff doesn't look that appetising after it happens. Scientists at Nestle have started work to figure out what's going on at a microscopic level by X-raying chocolate.
What's the connection between Sub Zero and Khaleesi from Game of Thrones? Find out in the latest honest game trailer about 'Mortal Kombat X.'
The assumption is that having more sex will make you happier, but I'm afraid that isn't the case. According to researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, increased frequency of sexual activity leads to a decline in actually wanting it, meaning enjoyment (and happiness) is reduced.
Florida based tech company 'Number one' is working on a display concept, which aims to be the last step before we turn to Minority Report-style holographic displays. Long time followers of New Rising Media will know we've seen our fair share of holography, but this seems to be the most logical next step towards that.
When PC gamers warmly welcomed Grand Theft Auto V on April 14th, the modding community exploded. With all kinds of unique mods from the convenient life-savers to the hilariously insane, I've decided to countdown my top five favourites of the hundreds of options.
NASA has begun exploring new ways to explore planets through their Innovative Advanced Concepts program (NIAC). One of these is a robotic eel, which they can use to travel across Jupiter's gas giant of a moon 'Europa.'
Does Facebook filter what views and opinions you see on your news feed? In a study conducted by the social network, it turns out you've only got yourself to blame for not having enough friends with diverse beliefs.
Artificial organs are an incredible area of innovation, but one thing that's always been a problem is where they get the power to run from? A team of students from Rice University called "Farmers" are developing a leg brace that could generate energy straight to an artificial heart using a modified leg brace with a motor on the joint.
Grand Theft Auto wasn't the huge 3D universe of strip clubs, therapists and complex plots straight from your favourite crime shows. It used to be a top-down romp where you grabbed a weapon and took destruction to the flat streets of Liberty City. YouTuber Vojta Paul has created a real-life love letter to the times of old, by filming a game sequence through his own streets using a drone to recreate the top-down view.