Aircraft and military manufacturer Boeing has been granted a patent on a system that is designed to prevent explosion shockwaves from harming a target.
A different approach to heat can make a big difference in the taste of food. Appliance Science looks at the warm (but not boiling) physics of sous vide cooking.
The awesome zapping power of a laser cutter is harnessed to dispose of an invading space army in fiery style.
How can a fan make things cook quicker? It's all about the physics of circulating air. Appliance Science looks at how convection ovens work.
Unveiled at MWC 2015, the BlackBerry Leap runs the new 10.3.1 OS, and is equipped with a 5-inch HD display and 8-megapixel camera.
If you have an iPad Mini and yearn for a physical keyboard, the Phorm case provides tactile button guides that appear and disappear when you need it.
The humble toaster is a combination of physics and chemistry that produces a tasty treat. Find out all about the science of toasters and toast in appliance science.
How can an electric field cook your dinner? Through the science of induction. In our latest Appliance Science column, we look at how induction cooktops work.
Lego dominoes and an elaborate marble run power a fan-made kit that romps through physics concepts using a combination of imagination and Lego building skills.
The Typo2 keyboard case connects via Bluetooth to offer error-free typing.