c-jump: the geekiest board game ever

Do you like winter sports? Do you like coding? Are you aged 11 or over? Then you'll love c-jump!

Happy 25th, Windows 95!

I couldn't remember Windows 95 like the big tech writers could so I compiled a list of their anecdotes for the operating system's 25th birthday.

17 Black STEM books for kids

This list of 17 non-fiction books school-age children showcase the Black scientists and inventors that have enriched STEM for decades.

The 1789: the hypercar that runs on biomethane

Vision's 1789 is a hypercar inspired by Le Mans and it cares about the environment.

Forgotten software: HyperCard

HyperCard influenced some of today's most well known programming languages but most people today have never heard of it.

The Electrodeck

The Electrodeck is an electric Skateboard Invented by Charlotte Geary, a 13-year-old girl from Bournemouth.

Remember Fluorescent Multilayer Discs?

In the early 2000s, a rival to DVDs was presented at COMDEX but they never came to fruition. What happened to Fluorescent Multilayer Discs (FMDs)?

The Galton board and the Normal distribution

Sir Francis Galton was a Victorian genius who invented the Galton board with real world applications. Find out how it works here.

Emmanuella Mayaki: the 10-year-old coding genius

What were you doing when you were 10? Emmanuella Mayaki was receiving diplomas and teaching kids in after school clubs. Come meet a coding prodigy.

Why is Richard Feynman so revered?

Richard Feynman is one of the most famous scientists of all time but what made him so loved?

The Quantum Internet

Computer scientist and physicist Stephanie Wehner wants to create a new quantum internet, swapping bits for the qubits.

Is Firefox close to extinction?

Mozilla Firefox is struggling against bigger and better browsers right now, even with a cash injection from its market competitor, Google.