If you want to know what a filmmaker is really like at their core, watch their first movie. Thanks to tiny budgets and a lack of experience, these movies tend to be very direct in style, and a lot more honest. Following is exactly that. It's a boiled down collection of what went on to be Christopher Nolan's main…
Not entirely cool with the idea of your iPhone or iPad following your every move without your consent? Understandable! Luckily, only a day after the privacy revelation, a fix has been cooked up that switches off Apple's covert tracking.
Over at Japan's Saitama University, researchers are developing a wheelchair that can automatically follow the person walking in front of it, using a system of cameras to lock on to the individual's shoulders, whether they like it or not. [CrunchGear]