NASA's Curiosity Rover has detected the first signs of organic matter in the form of large quantities of methane on Mars, suggesting the potential for life.
Finnish startup, Canatu, has invented a way to turn almost any surface of any shape into a touch sensor - using transparent films containing carbon nanobuds.
By now you've all probably heard about the terrifying hostage situation in Sydney, Australia, as an armed gunman captured customers and staff in a Lindt cafe. The situation has attracted large crowds and some have been spotted taking selfies.
Not feeling too fussed to check your Facebook news feed, or tweet that picture from last night? You're alone, as social media use in Britain has actually fallen over the last year.
There have been some amazing advancements in prosthetic limbs, from mind control to 3D printing. But none have been able to feel a sense of touch. That is until now, as a team of American and Korean researchers have developed an artificial material that stretches and senses just like real skin.
Magnetic levitation is fascinating to see and a team from Oxford are bringing this experience to us all with their Kickstarter project called 'Halitron.'
Knowing the audience of this site, chances are you've already seen the new 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' trailer, but you may have not seen these awesome parodies.
A lot of people are inventing many ways they see humans controlling computers in the future. A team at Bristol University have had a go at answering this question by using focused ultrasound to create 3D haptic shapes out of air that you can see and touch.
To combat the rising number of drink-drivers around Christmas, Sussex and Surrey police will share the names of people convicted on Twitter.
Copious amounts of offensive internet memes, comic sans text, Doritos and Mountain Dew sum up the rather insane experience that is GAME OF THE YEAR: 420BLAZEIT, a 360 no-scope to the face of modern FPS culture.