science
Scientists Just Worked Out How To 3D Print Organs With Blood Vessels

The likelihood of 3D printing functional organs just took a huge step forward, with scientists at the University of California working out a way to print not just the organ, but also the blood vessels needed to transport nutrients, oxygen and metabolic waste. Read More >>

gadgets
Garmin’s Newest Dashcams Feature Voice Control

The Dash Cam 45 and Dash Cam 55 are the latest from Garmin, equipped with automatic incident detection, GPS capabilities and voice control. Read More >>

wtf
We’ve Gone Too Far, Burn It All Down, Start Again

Hushme, "the world's first voice mask for mobile phones" is described by its creators as a "personal acoustic device that protects speech privacy in open space environments" and by any other reasonable human as "why on Earth do you have that on your face what is wrong with you?". Read More >>

3d printing
You Can Now 3D Print Your Own Add-Ons For Oculus’s Touch Controllers

At the moment, we think the Oculus Rift plus its optional Touch controllers is the best VR experience you can get in the comfort of your own living room. But it could be better — you now have the option of creating your own customised controller accessories. Read More >>

internet
Women, Porn, And Apple

Women account for around 26 per cent of visitors to Pornhub, according to the site's latest insights. That's enough for a noticeable drop in traffic to be evident during the Women's March in January. Read More >>

design
Lego Tape is a Game Changer

It's finally happened. We have peaked as a species. This is it, this is the best we are ever going to do. Nothing will beat Lego tape. Read More >>

cars
Ford Is Testing 3D Printed Car Parts

Ford is exploring how large one-piece auto parts, like car spoilers, could be printed for prototyping and future production vehicles, as the first automaker to pilot the Stratasys Infinite Build 3D printer. Read More >>

space
Scientists Just Found A Bunch Of Rare Baby Galaxies That Will Never Grow Old

Astronomers have doubled the number of known young, compact radio galaxies — galaxies powered by newly energised black holes — but many never make it to the "adult phase". Read More >>

research
Surprise! Video Games Still Don’t Make You Violent

Researchers in Germany recently conducted a study using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on long-term players of violent video games. They set out to prove their hypothesis that gamers have reduced empathy when compared to non-gamers because of, you know, the violent video games. Read More >>

science
Scientists Can Now Purify Water With Sunlight In 20 Minutes

Australian chemists have found a way to use sunlight to purify wastewater faster, cheaper, 15 times more efficient than anything currently on the market - all without the need for ultraviolet light. Read More >>

movies
IMDB Adds An ‘F-Rating’ To Make Female-Led Films Easier To Find

Designed to highlight films directed by, written by or significantly featuring women, IMDB's new "F-Rating" is due to roll out any time now - with the first 21,800 films already added to the list. Read More >>

gaming
Nintendo Switch Controllers Work With Everything You Already Own

They'll work with your PC. They'll work with your Android phone. They'll work with your Mac. Hilariously, they sometimes won't work with your Nintendo Switch, but that's another story. Read More >>

space
NASA Wants To Launch A Magnetic Shield To Restore Atmosphere On Mars

With an atmosphere, Mars was a temperate planet with surface water - but that was 3.5 billion years ago. Imagine if we could help it create one again? Read More >>

gadgets
The World’s First In-Car Navigation System Looked Like Something From Fallout

Meet the Honda Electro Gyro-cator. It's widely considered to be the world's first automotive navigation system, developed 36 years ago. And it looked like it should be on the wrist of a wasteland warrior wearing power armour. Read More >>