It will bend but no promises on it actually working after being bent.
Texas Motor Speedway and Panasonic are partnering up to build the “Big Hoss TV,” the world’s largest HD screen. The Big Hoss will measure at 218 feet wide 95 feet tall, resulting in a viewing area of 20,633 squ...
Man sets himself up to ride a roller coaster... on roller skates. Without the, you know, roller coaster train.
No, my caps lock isn't broken -- someone really thinks techies can teleport stuff over the phone.
This game is 95% legit.
This Galaxy S3 was left on the roof of a car going 50 miles per hour (80 KPH). Rather, that is what is left of a Galaxy S3 that was left on the roof of a car going 50 miles per hour.
Are you calling me a liar?
I didn't realize machines have body parts. Then again, I also didn't realize insects have machine parts.
The title of this article is not a joke.
974 people playing Super Mario. In one video. Yes, really.
I really hope that Ethernet wire connected to the laptop is not live. [via kyouteki]…
...Or at least that is what I imagine happened for the laptop to end up like this.
BBC news reporter goes to grab an iPad he can hold during live TV, "mistakenly" picks up a ream of paper instead and holds the paper throughout the whole broadcast.
How young must you be to use an iPhone? Toddler age sounds about right.
I always knew Star Wars was real.