He’s well-known for his action-star status. Well, he walks the walk - the actor has a real-life passion for all things fast and furious.
The future is here, whether we want it or not.
Of all the new cars in 2017, this new take on the Aventador is the only car you are going to need in your life...
Lee considers himself a grinder, another word for a member of the ‘biohacker’ community. A niche assemblage that believes in robotic body modification.
The millennial generation may have Slovakia to thank for one of their favourite modes of communication.
This little gem sits on your counter and takes room temperature food items to -22F in slightly over two hours. Magical machine.
So far, this psychic forum has been spot on about Brexit, Trump and Beyonce’s twin joy. How is it doing this?
We all know the feeling of regret when one sends a message to someone that they didn’t thoroughly think through. Instagram is there for us.
Described as the ‘smart and wearable sex toy for couples,’ lovely comes with an accompanying app for your smart phone.
We are living in the age of “likes” and, quite frankly, loaded can’t stand it.
Japan has long been established as the spiritual home of karaoke with the Far East nation positively fanatical when it comes to singing along to their favourite pop hits.
The concept of Time Travel has been discussed at great length in movies like Back To The Future – but what about any real-life cases?
Australia has been the source of many a life-changing invention down the years from black box recorders to Google Maps. But few things compare to this.
Technology is taking us in some pretty weird and wonderful directions these days and nowhere is this more evident than in the world of education.
British man Andrew Wardle was born without a male sex organ, but he now has a fully functioning bionic penis after a series of successful operations.
The pattern lock system employed on Android devices may not be as impenetrable as mobile users may have first thought.
A mysterious flying object, spotted high in the skies of Leiria, Portugal has prompted speculation that UFOs may be spying on us.
Did you ever dream of taking a selfie without using your hands? It used to be called "someone else takes a photo for you", but now a drone can do it.
Well, the latest advancement in the protection world, is armour made from hair? Apparently, our coif is so strong and pliable that it can resist a bullet.
They are finalists in a competition called Lab2Moon created by TeamIndus, a startup that won a million bucks in Google’s Lunar XPRIZE competition.
A group of German students just created the kitchen of the future, and there’s beer Marty!
A giant head pillow for sleeping anywhere in public? Yes please.
Imagine walking to a helipad every day to get to work instead of running to the tube. You won't have to be a billionaire to do it thanks to Airbus.
A veritable feast of porn can now be accessed on YouTube thanks to a unique loophole that is allowing pirates to exploit the website’s hosting services.
After months of speculation, we finally know why the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones turned into bombs: their batteries were crap.
If one of your friends has sent you a message about how to get Internet without having to get Wi-Fi or data, sorry, it's not true.
Thanks to the incredible progress of solar innovation in the last few years, this form of sustainable energy is becoming more and more prevalent.
They entered millions of articles into a system to analyse our behaviour over the centuries.
We found a range of watches for the outdoorsy type that won't hurt the wallet one bit.