Using stock 3D models, researchers have created software that allows you to rotate and animate objects in 2D photographs.
The UK data protection watchdog wants to know whether any UK laws were violated by the social network's manipulation of users' news feeds.
It appears the social network's Data Use Policy has changed since the criticized study was conducted. Still, the company maintains the research was done to improve services.
EA's remake of the Peter Molyneux classic for mobile represents some of the more unscrupulous tactics mobile gaming has to offer.
You can move, close, and pin multiple tabs in Chrome in certain instances, while an extension for Firefox adds this functionality.
In order, perhaps, to pressure their parents unduly, teens are now posting their holiday wish lists for all to see. Oh, and their biggest shopping influence is, sigh, Taylor Swift.
The FirstLook rover is augmented with tools like a thermal camera and sensors to detect radiation or chemical and biological agents.
Arstechnica provides persuasive evidence that Samsung is artificially boosting the speed of its new Galaxy Note 3 in popular benchmarking software.
On today's show, we watch researchers manipulate liquid metal, tell you how you can donate to charity for a chance to play video games with Will Ferrell, and check out Microsoft's new interactive art installation.
Microsoft unveiled this huge cube as a digital experience at a festival in Seattle this week; you can dance with it and see your body reflected in a bunch of little cubes. Do you have your dancing shoes on? Let's boogie.