An international team of journalists has obtained what it’s referring to as the “biggest leak in history”: A 2.6-terabyte stash of data about offshore savings and tax havens from Panama-based legal firm Mossack Fonseca.
Food and science have always had a significant overlap. The Guardian has a series of articles summarizing all the advances being made in the growth, production, cooking, and eating of food. All of it together will blow your mind.
Did you want to go to space camp as a child? The Guardian profiled NASA’s summer camp, how it stays current and relevant, and why children — despite the U.S. government’s historically low funding of NASA — are still inspired by space.
Now, this specific map isn't in the quiz, but The Guardian has a quiz that tests your fictional geography knowledge. What really stands out is that some books have need of very elaborate maps where others have sketches you can easily imagine being done on napkins.
Perhaps the future of newspapers is all about local distribution—very local distribution, as in a whole newspaper printed for just one coffeeshop in London. The Newspaper Club has teamed up with the Guardian to launch what they call an "algorithmic newspaper," published only for one location, its content…
We all know the drill with airport security: Pockets empty, laptop out, shoes and dignity off. Degrading, but anything for safety, right? Next-gen Explosive Trace Detectors promise that we'll at least get to keep our shoes on.
The Guardian's book section has been running a slew of interesting and thought-provoking articles about science fiction books, including excerpts of rare interviews with Isaac Asimov and Douglas Adams, great authors choosing their favorite books, and a terrific China Mieville profile. Well worth checking out.
Now you can float on your raft, minus the fear of getting your digital copy of Twilight waterlogged. M-Edge's Guardian case is a bloody expensive $80, but if that means protecting your $260 ereader, then it's well worth it.
The Guardian polycarbonate waterproof case is all I need to get my Kindle on vacation to Goa. It won't only protect it against cocktail spillage, but it will make it float on the tub or the sea.
Hoping to put us out of a job, The Guardian gave British comedian Stephen Fry his own column about gadgets. You'll remember that we wrote about Fry's huge rant on smartphones (the same rant that got him this job), taking to task just about every manufacturer (including Apple) for sub-par work. In his new column, which…
Dum-da-duuuuuuum! I wish I had some fabulously portentious-sounding music to play you, complete with booming timpani, to announce some mano a mano between a bunch of Robotos and their crazy machines. Oh, hold on. Play that video and you'll have it. This is a recent Robot Fight, which took place in Osaka between a…