Last we heard from Snap, the company behind SnapChat and the ill-fated first set of Spectacles, it was trying out a bunch of new things. And now it's trying out one more, the newest iteration of its Spectacles. Big whoop, right? We've seen all this before. Except... we haven't.
We've compiled the best gadgets you should get to compliment your hella schweet new Nikon Z7 to turn it into an instant upgrade.
Unlike a nuclear weapon, which would vaporize people within 100 feet and kill almost everyone within a half-mile, the death toll from a large-scale cyberattack would be slower. People might die from a lack of food, power or gas for heat or from car crashes resulting from a corrupted traffic light system.
Fancy going symphonic but don’t know where to start? Stuff delves into the vital bits of the dedicated classical music streaming service called Primephonic…
Streaming music is great, but how about some fiction, comedy, news or sport for a change? Use these audio apps to get a more balanced aural diet…
Silicon Valley companies (and governments) already surreptitiously gather as much data on us as they can and use it in ways we’d rather they didn’t. How sure can we be that our random and personal thoughts won’t be captured and studied alongside the instructions we want to give the technology?
This week on the lightest start you'll get all week -- iPhone launches some niftly smartphone camera lenses, He-Man will be back, Elon still wants to nuke Mars, and we need this new Dualshock 4 colour.
It's time for another entry in the annals of Need for Speed. The next title to peel forth from Electronic Arts' digital garage is Need for Speed Heat, an open-world racer set in the fictional Palm City. But we've played Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, we know what an analogue of Miami looks like
Arresting this incline will be the first step towards a sustainable system of international travel – but how could it be done? A frequent flyer tax would be relatively easy to implement but it could mean the richest can still afford to fly while the poorest are priced out.