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Official pictures: McLaren 12C Spider

Official pictures: McLaren 12C Spider

We were going to start this article off  by posing the following question: “What’s better than a McLaren MP4-12C?”. Then it dawned on us that that’s a ridiculous question, given that nothing is. But, in the event you were wondering what’s as good as the MP4-12C, then look no further than the convertible version of...
Roxie LS to be the next Lana Del Rey?

Roxie LS to be the next Lana Del Rey?

At this point last year, American singer Elizabeth Woolridge Grant was unknown to the wider public. But, that swiftly changed following the overwhelming success of the YouTube video for her single Video Games, resulting in Grant, aka Lana Del Rey, becoming a household name and one of the finest examples of how social media has...
In focus: Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera

In focus: Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera

If you look at it from the front onwards, you could easily mistake the Z2300 Instant Digital Camera for being Polaroid’s very own contribution to the smartphone market. But, unlike Microsoft and Google, who have both taken footsteps into new markets during the past fortnight, Polaroid is sticking to what it became famous for –...
Official trailer: Total Recall

Official trailer: Total Recall

The Colin Farrell-fronted remake of Total Recall is set to hit UK cinema screens at the end of August, and ahead of its launch date Sony Pictures has released an official trailer to promote the film adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s famous short story, “We Can Remember It For You Wholesale”.
Google's Nexus 7 tablet goes down nicely

Google’s Nexus 7 tablet goes down nicely

One week after Microsoft launched its rival to the iPad,  internet giant Google has unveiled its very own tablet in the form of the Nexus 7.
The camera that lets you take pictures with your eye

The camera that lets you take pictures with your eye

Steven Spielberg’s superior dystopian thriller Minority Report is famous for showcasing a number of future technologies that are now either a reality or close to being one, including multi-touch interfaces, retina scanners and customised advertising boards. It’s made the previously unthinkable a real possibility, which is why we’re excited about the arrival of the Minority...
The world's fastest sedan in slow motion bullet footage

The world’s fastest sedan in slow motion bullet footage

  In the past we’ve seen some pretty interesting ways to promote a car, including showing off its ability to play ice hockey. But none has been more effective than this stunning slow motion footage of the BMW M5 – aka the world’s fastest sedan – smashing into large inanimate objects.
The new Aston Martin Vanquish

The new Aston Martin Vanquish

This stunning beauty of a ride is the Vanquish – an all-new grand tourer from the house of Aston Martin.
Microsoft Surface to challenge iPad dominance

Microsoft Surface to challenge iPad dominance

While the iPhone has its rivals in the form of the Blackberry and HTC, Apple’s iPad tablet has gone relatively unchallenged since it hit the market in the spring of 2010. But, that all looks set to change with the imminent arrival of the Surface – Microsoft’s very own rival to the iPad.
Master blaster: photographer releases video of windblown faces

Master blaster: photographer releases video of windblown faces

Tadao Cern, the photographer behind internet sensation “Blow Job”, a series of images of models having their faces blown by air, has released a rather cool video of his popular photography project.
Instagram camera to become a reality

Instagram camera to become a reality

The Instagram Socialmatic camera has been given the green light to go into production, thanks to financial backing from private investors. Be still our beating hearts!
Magical light stencils brighten the world

Magical light stencils brighten the world

By now you may have figured out that we have an insatiable appetite for all things light-graffiti-related. After weeks of therapy (Was it the neon fashion we wore as children in the early ’90s? We may never know), we thought we’d got a grip on it, but then we stumbled across TigTab’s magical light paintings,...