Microsoft has big visions for the future. If you've followed any of their previous videos, you'll know they mostly surround big screens a bendy tablets. Well in what is their "productivity future vision," the software developer has looked five-10 years in the future to a world of holograms, super thin tablets and 3D printers.
Remember the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers? Of course you do, chances are it was one of your favourite Saturday morning shows back in the day. The "teenagers with attitude" have grown up, as they fight a bloody intergalactic war in a dark over-the-top action short known as Power/Rangers.
When you think of wearable tech, would a robot that you carry via piggyback while it feeds you tomatoes during a marathon come to mind?
The smart home has always been an expensive prospect, especially when it comes to home theatre systems. Beam could be the Android-powered projector to change your mind, that fits into any standard light bulb socket. And after raising the full $287,000 (£186,393) in just three days, the excitement is clear.
Did you ever feel that the 1993 classic DOOM was missing something? One member of fansite Doomworld thought so, introducing a selfie stick complete with Instagram filters to the game...because of course that's what you thought it needed!
The cables in your life may just be for transferring power and data right now. But The Tangible Media Group at MIT's Media Lab are looking to change that with 'Cord UI,' allowing you to control all of your devices by tangling, twisting, pinching and pulling their attached wires.
In a deep exploration of his own depression, Vince Grant has created his debut EP, fittingly called My Depression Is Always Trying To Kill Me. However, he hasn't just recorded his own coping mechanism, this is a really enjoyable listen for anybody who enjoys the likes of REM and Manic Street Preachers.
One hundred people have been shortlisted by Mars One, out of which four will be the first humans to live on Mars.
In another step towards robots becoming self-aware, DARPA and the University of Maryland have created a program which gives them the ability to learn complicated skills using just a playlist of YouTube videos.
Atropa is a conceptual sci-fi short film, which asks more questions than it answers. From director Eli Sasich, this 10 minute homage to the '70s and '80s classics of the genre could (and should) be expanded into a full feature.