In today's Dealzmodo: a funky bronze Canon Printer, the new GoPro Hero, a fantastic deal on the GTA complete package, and many more.
It turns out that the SHA-256 algorithm used for mining is pretty simple and can in fact be done by hand. If indeed very slowly.
Tim Cook is making good on that promise that Apple's new campus will be the "greenest building ever".
Armed with high-tech lasers scanners, cave explorers are slowly mapping hidden underground worlds. And now they've found the world's largest cave chamber, equivalent in size to four Great Pyramids carved-out underground.
We already knew that the device's batteries were hot-swappable, but this is an even more impressive party trick.
Another nod to the fact that the Apple's wearable is being peddled as a luxury lifestyle product.
Netflix has announced that it will be streaming the Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon sequel through its platform on the very same day that it hits IMAX screens. Read more...
Although the vulnerability only affects a small number of Mac users, a fix is certainly welcome.
We still can't tell whether the film is going to be good or bad, but the visuals certainly look phenomenal.
After creating the Tetris-playing business card, Kevin Bates is back with this excellent bracelet on which you can play the classic block-busting game.
Apple's QuickType means that iOS 8 can now create entire sentences for you based on what you've already typed. But what happens when you challenge it to complete famous movie quotes?
Bending the phone on purpose accomplishes nothing.
It's OK to desire the finer things in life, but at what point do you draw the line between luxury and exorbitance? Probably somewhere well before this insane 200-foot long mega-yacht from CRN called the J'ade, which features a built-in garage that smaller boats can drive right into.
It's rather genius when you think about it, it's a communications tool the government can't block.
432 Park Avenue is now a prime target for the growing number of daredevils who climb forbidden structures and now, a 17-year-old urban explorer has done just that.