Evan Booth subverts the idea of airport security by showing how easy it is to craft weapons - like guns and grenades - out of things like magazines, batteries, and Lynx.
Call your girlfriend and tell her that there's a dancing robot version of Robyn, because science.
Technologies like 3D scanning can be used to help wheelchair operators move more independently.
Bill Gates is paying big for better contraception. Here's what scientists came up with.
It's easy to overstate how creepy the Kinect camera's constant surveillance will be, but that doesn't stop it being still quite creepy indeed.
High Speed 2 hasn't even been built yet and it looks old-fashioned compared to Japan's maglev trains - but, like Concorde, their futuristic appearance is deceptive.
Bitcoin is incredible, but the power of a currency is its credit - and Bitcoin hasn't got there yet.
In another universe we communicate with our colleagues not by email, but by automated, coffee-dispensing, video-message-broadcasting trolley.
Rather than mimicking Apple or Samsung smartphones in North America and Europe, Nokia should look through its archives - and to its success in Africa - for inspiration.
Hugh Loebner is offering researchers $100,000 to develop a computer that thinks like a human. But is that really the best use of artificial intelligence?