Ashley celebrates the news of liquid water on Mars, ponders the creepiness of a "living" cape that responds to anyone who stares at it, checks out a new high heel design that aims to be better for wearers, and announces the show's new co-host! #TDCape
We're both impressed and wary of this futuristic fashion piece: a cape that can "see" when someone stares at it. When it realizes it's being watched, its creator says the cape "responds accordingly," which sounds pretty ominous to us.
Whether an app is malicious or simply using your data in a way you don't like, phones with a new Qualcomm chip will alert you.
The streaming-music service explains the reasoning behind the fine print, Google Photos gets nostalgic, and Final Fantasy VII comes to iOS.
Technically Incorrect: Google-owned Boston Dynamics presents the latest stage in scaring you out of your wits. It's as if the "Blair Witch Project" and a hundred other horror movies had come to life.
The UK's best technology podcast brings you all the week's biggest gadget news and a potted history of Motorola. Plus, Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales explains his new social network.
The ghostlike faces of young children hanging on smokestack streams in China brings home the threats of air pollution in a striking way.
In response to fears over privacy, small social networks offer encryption and refrain from selling user data. Now their services are coming to mobile devices.
Technically Incorrect: To hype a new TV show, Britain's Channel 4 releases an ad that purports to offer your own synthetic human being. And it's slightly disturbing.
A new technique for salvaging recordings from delicate antiques has allowed Thomas Edison's talking dolls to find their lost voices.