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After highlighting an awesome life-sized Wall-E robot, YouTube’s Geek Week continues with even more great content. This time, it’s Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “10 Reasons To Love Science.”
This particular video is basically the famous astrophysicist’s picks for the best stuff …Read More »
Daredevil photographer takes stunning photos of Paris by rappelling down skyscrapers
Photographer Carlos Ayesta has captured the beautiful views of Paris’ skyline from a very unique perspective. Instead of taking his photos from the highest accessible floor like others might, …Read More »
Breaking Bad, which is probably one of the greatest TV shows of all time, is coming back this weekend for its final run. What’s a better way to recap the first five seasons of the show than watching it …Read More »
After numerous mediocre and sometimes even cringe-worthy commercials, Apple introduced an advertising campaign that was relatable and somehow even touching to watch.
The latest addition, called “FaceTime Every Day,” has been released and continues the focus on the people that …Read More »
Sometime in the near future, we may no longer need to leave our homes to purchase… anything. After expanding it’s online grocery service a few months ago, Amazon is now looking to tackle a different kind of marketplace — fine …Read More »
After four years since the beginning of its construction, China’s Shanghai Tower recently held a topping out ceremony. This means that the last beam on the building has been placed, or its overall structure has been completed.
Upon its completion …Read More »
Apple has banned Joyful Executions, a game where you play as the commander of a North Korean firing squad.
The goal is to “process endless waves of various enemies of the state to keep the Divine Leader happy,” which …Read More »
It looks like you won’t have to wait until November to see an unboxing of Microsoft’s next console, as they’ve just released an official unboxing video for the Xbox One.
Microsoft’s Larry Hryb serves as your guide throughout the video …Read More »
Jobs, the Ashton Kutcher-led Steve Jobs biopic is about one week away from theaters in the US. Its latest and likely final trailer should tell you whether you want to see the movie or not:
I have to say, …Read More »
In what is most likely my favorite part of YouTube’s Geek Week yet, the website has placed a fully playable version of Atari’s Missile Command in any video. That’s right, you can do this with any video — like this …Read More »
If you ever thought that Apple’s stock Clock app wasn’t elegant, beautiful or minimalist enough for you, you have to check out Rise. It’s an alarm clock so it doesn’t do anything special outside of waking you up, but it …Read More »
Lavabit, the privacy-focused secure email service, has suddenly shutdown after nearly ten years of operation. The service was notable for offering high-levels of encryption for its users, providing a level of protection not easily found elsewhere. It was also NSA …Read More »
WARNING: Passwords you save on Chrome are completely unprotected and can be easily accessed by anyone
If you’re a Google Chrome user and you tend to let your browser save your passwords, take note. Due to poor programming on Google’s part, anyone with physical access to your machine can reveal all your passwords stored on Chrome, …Read More »
Instead of announcing a new logo with, you know, the actual logo, Yahoo has decided to countdown to the unveiling of their new logo’s design with 30 different variations. So for the next 30 days leading up to September 4th, …Read More »
LG officially announced its newest flagship Android phone in New York today, the LG G2. Now because we’ve actually seen this phone before, there are a few other things about the G2 that might sound familiar.
But before we get …Read More »
A couple of months ago, Microsoft decided to market its Surface tablets by making fun of Apple’s iPad. Now it seems that Nokia has decided to go with the same tactic, as the latest ads for its Lumia 925 handset …Read More »
While most GIFs you see on the internet today tend to either be cat-related or some sort of meme, artist Guillaume Kurkdjian has created a collection of GIFs I wouldn’t hesitate to call art. They’re both adorable and beautiful at …Read More »
If South Korea has Samsung, North Korea has Samjiyon. A tourist who chooses to go by the name “Michael” was able to purchase an Android tablet in North Korea, then take it with him outside the country to share with …Read More »
The celebration of Geek Week on YouTube continues! Last time, Google showed off what a Unix version of YouTube would look like, but this one’s even better. Jamie and Adam of Tested visited Michael McMaster’s workshop to take a look …Read More »
At 600,000 pixels wide, this is the largest photo of Tokyo ever taken. What makes it even better is that the whole thing is an interactive panorama, which means you can zoom all the way into a building that you …Read More »
I’m not too surprised the latest location Google Street View lets you explore isn’t even a street. After all, prior to this we got the Eiffel Tower and even a location from Harry Potter. This time we’ve got an airplane. …Read More »
Feedly introduces Pro upgrade with ability to search, secured browsing (HTTPS), and Evernote support
Today feedly was updated to its latest version (v17) and along with it came the option to upgrade to feedly Pro. For $5 a month, Pro users will get a number of features that won’t make their way to the …Read More »
Apple’s free app of the week is Bad Piggies! Don’t worry, this isn’t more Angry Birds. While Bad Piggies is set in the same universe as our overexposed feathered friends, the Angry Birds spin-off is a very different game.
Instead …Read More »
It looks like Microsoft can’t catch a break when it comes to naming things. After having to stop using the ‘Metro’ name last year because of a potential trademark issue with a Germany retailer, now Microsoft is being forced to …Read More »
Moto X is finally official: 4.7-inch 720p screen, beautiful customizable design, Motorola X8 chip, and assembled in the USA
After all the rumors and leaks, Google and Motorola have officially announced the Moto X. If you’ve seen the device before or read about its rumored specifications – well, they were pretty spot on. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t …Read More »
Unsurprisingly, in the wake of the new Nexus 7 launch, we’re hearing some rumblings about a new iPad mini. The Wall Street Journal is citing “people familiar with the matter” regarding a new report that Apple is looking to introduce …Read More »
You might have heard that the UK will be blocking porn by default in all households by the end of 2014. But what you might not have heard yet is that this ‘porn’ filter will actually be blocking much more …Read More »
In response to reports claiming that Samsung artificially boosted the Galaxy S4′s benchmark performance, the company is now basically saying: We didn’t do it.
According to a translation of its official statement on the matter, Samsung says that the Galaxy …Read More »
If you’ve been jealousy watching your friend play around with Google Glass but didn’t manage to get into the Explorer program yourself, now’s your chance. Google has been sending out emails to owners of the Google Glass Explorer Edition, telling …Read More »
One of the more prominent features rumored to be making its way into Apple’s next iPhone is a fingerprint sensor. It began with Apple’s purchase of security firm AuthenTec last year and numerous rumors since then have indicated that it …Read More »
A user on the Tech Inferno forums has posted a gaming setup unlike any other: An 11-inch MacBook Air connected via Thunderbolt to a dedicated Nvidia graphics card.
But as you can see in the image above, it isn’t exactly …Read More »
Don’t like ads on your Facebook News Feed? Well, have some video ads then! A report from Bloomberg says that Facebook is looking into increasing their advertising revenue by adding video advertisements to the social network.
Facebook will reportedly give …Read More »
360TB on a single disc sounds great and all, but we don’t really know when we’ll get our hands on such technology. Sony and Panasonic, however, have just agreed on developing the next-generation of optical discs and are targeting 2015.…Read More »
Edward Snowden, who I’m sure we all know by now as the whistleblower that leaked the US government’s PRISM program, has his very own video game. It’s an endless runner too.
If you’ve ever played games like Temple Run or …Read More »