Tesco made some adjustments to their Express branch in Aberystwyth, mounting a sign in the regional Welsh language that says "Codiad am Ddim." While the sentiment is there to be accessible for all, the sign promises more than the store can deliver as it actually translates to 'Free Erection.'
Touchable Memories, a campaign set up by Pirate3D has shown how technology can be used to better lives, through recreating the memories of five visually impaired people by 3D printing some photographs from their past.
A rather chilly Saturday morning kicked off GameCity 9, introducing Nottingham to a rather different festival than what has been considered the norm over the previous eight years.
Speedrunning mastermind Karl Jobst has played Goldeneye, Super Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time at the same time, and has completed them all in under an hour. This is actually insane.
Remember last year's Kinect concept 'IllumiRoom'? Microsoft Research are back with their next iteration of this technology named 'RoomAlive,' which turns the whole room into an augmented-reality game through the power of multiple Kinect systems and projectors.
Independent games are quickly becoming iconic in popular culture, as the community across the globe is now welcoming the brand new experiences they bring to the table. GameLoading: Rise of the Indies looks to explore this ever expanding world in a feature-length documentary, which is gaining popularity on Kickstarter.
Liam Neeson is back with his particular set of skills, which now includes l33t speak as Taken 3 (known as 'Tak3n') has been announced. Way to take the h1gh-ground of integrity there, Qui-Gon Jinn.
Computer scientists at the University of Lincoln have created an autonomous robot, which can replicate the behaviour of swarming honeybees in large numbers. Called Colias - named after a type of butterfly - they can be used for insight into how swarms act amongst each other.
Nvidia, makers of video game graphics technology claim they have used it to recreate the lunar landing to prove it wasn't fake, refuting the hoax that it was filmed on a movie set.