This week we talk about a monochrome iOS, and ditch food in favour of delicious, nutrient goop.
The concept of a tablet that replaces your laptop is, in theory, a powerful one. So why launch the gadget with a prosaic ad?
A man looks to buy a mini-scale on Amazon. The site then suggests he also needs a rolling tray, zipper bags, and rolling paper. It really works. I've tried it.
We've resisted long enough: today's the day we debate Soylent, the food-substitute start-up that just secured another $1.5 million in seed funding.
A software engineer has developed a cocktail of nutrients that he believes can replace food, and has launched a crowd-funding campaign to get it to market.
Lookout Labs is the latest to release a CIQ detector in the form of a free app.
Who says you shouldn't play with your food? Here's a look at a Japanese manufacturer's DIY sushi kit that tastes like grape gummis.
The Caso VC200 Vacuum Food Sealer is a necessary accessory for sous vide cooking. Innovative cooking methods and innovative food storage solutions may not seem like they belong together, but when it comes to vacuum sealing, the future is here.
SpinVox replies to a BBC story that says its 'Voice Message Conversion System', which transcribes your voice mails to text, may just be some peeps and a pen