Watermelon Games, the company behind the brand new Sega Mega Drive title Paprium, polled its fans on which games rank among the very best.
Gennadiy Kocherga and his son Sergey put together the incredible machine out of an old Russian LADA over the course of six months.
Richard Browning is an ex-soldier and the inventor of an incredible Iron Man prototype which he claims “re-imagines manned flight.”
Nokia has released details on pretty much everything you could ever need to know about its newly-revamped 3310 handset
Netflix are thought to be subjecting certain users to ‘weekend price-hikes’ as part of new trials on pricing structures.
A bionic hand has been developed that recognises individual objects and adapts the grip to fit, much like a human hand.
The England legend and Match of the Day host has lent his support to a new application which could make it easier for people to have affairs.
The ‘hot’ setting on the service, which is supposed to make people’s selfies better looking, lightens the skin of users.
Nevertheless, say you decide to become a ghost hunter? Like any trapper you’ll need the tools of the trade. We’ve found an array of tech.
We’ve all been there, trying to decode text messages from a crush or significant other like they're ancient hieroglyphics.
A special Micro Machines-inspired game is coming to Grand Theft Auto Online very soon, and we're pretty excited about it.
Tech company Bose have landed themselves in hot water recently, after they were accused of spying on their customers.
Amazing video footage has been revealed, which shows a man relaxing while suspended high above the ground in a hammock.
A YouTube star has heavily customizes a NERF gun, and turned the toy into a highly dangerous weapon.
Your smartphone could be at serious risk of data hacking, purely because of the way you hold and tilt it.
The Tamagotchi, the iconic robot pet many of us coveted in our childhoods is back.
Take care next time you log into Facebook because the powers that be are watching and keeping close tabs on your every move.
A scientist has trained a neural network to generate things like recipes and names; she didn’t expect it to try to pick her up.
WWE fans will soon be able to take control of their favourite wrestlers on the go as part of a new mobile game being developed alongside Sega.