Unless you have $1,500 to throw away (and have a friend that can invite you to join the project), Google Glass in its current form is out of your reach. But worry not young Padawan, things might just work out …Read More »
A member of the Owasso First Assembly of God church in Oklahoma is under the spotlight for stealing a laptop. What’s interesting about this story is the fact this member stole the laptop from the church itself and then, for …Read More »
The PRISM project is a big deal in the United States, but it looks like it is becoming a bigger deal across the rest of the world as (some) computer users appear to refrain from trusting U.S. based cloud-computing companies. …Read More »
The Expendables 3 is shaping up to be another crazy, fun ride as Sylvester Stallone works his magic by recruiting new 90s super stars and getting rid of one. From what we understand, Bruce Willis is no longer set to …Read More »
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 »
In this economy, some people will do anything to keep their job, but would you tolerate getting tasered more than 20 times for a 9 months period? Well, this guy did (presumably in fear of losing his job.
Bradley Jones …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 »
My childhood dream has finally become a reality; someone has created a toy Laser Shark. We’re guessing the guys behind this toy were high on some drug when they pitched the idea of a toy shark with an actual laser …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 »
Rumors of Microsoft increasing the Xbox One RAM from 8GB to 12GB has officially been laid to rest by the company’s industry marketer and planner, Albert Penello via a Twitter message update. This comes as no surprise as it would …Read More »
We all got locked out of our homes or misplaced our keys at least once in our life time. Honestly, when that happens, there isn’t much you can do. You can either wait for your parents or roommates to get …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 »
Flying homebrew toy helicopters along with the ones you can purchase at a store is a popular pass time, however, it is not that fun when you realize it is impossible to fly these things to a certain distance. Attempt …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 »
A new report by Piper Jaffray analyst, Gene Munster, claims current model iPhones are more valuable on the resale market when compared to the line of Samsung Galaxy Android based smartphones. According to Jaffray, iPhones in the U.S. and China …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 »
Misfits, a company co-founded by John Sculley, former Apple CEO, has launched Shine, a personal activity tracker, in the U.S, Canada, Japan and Hong Kong. So what’s so special about Shine? Unlike other activity tracker, you could wear the device …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 »
If certain events had taken place, Dot-cor (.COR) would have been the most used domain suffix in place of Dot-com (.COM). Just imagine visiting your favorite website with the dot-cor suffix? That would be a bit weird, but not as …Read More »
A mobile phone with the ability to recharge itself — wouldn’t that be something spectacular to have in one’s pocket. And this might not be just a dream for too long since Nokia is actually working on such a phone, …Read More »
If you have ever forgotten your keys, you may like the sound of the Kwikset Kevo. It allows users to wirelessly unlock doors via an app and a bluetooth connection with the lock.
Kwikset Kevo — made by Makers Hardware …Read More »
For all you folks who enjoy making marshmallows, this little gadget could be the right thing for you. Roasting marshmallows is an ancient art passed down from the marshmallow making gods of old; however, the art was flawed. You see, …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 »
Ikea took a different approach for those who are too busy to shop or just hate shopping for furniture. Their 2014 catalogue for Android and iOS offers an augmented reality app that brings Ikea products to life in your home …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 »
After what seems like forever, Microsoft has finally brought its Bing Weather, News, Sports, and Finance apps to Windows Phone 8. The mobile versions of the apps are near identical to the versions on Windows 8, which proves apps on …Read More »