Upping the ante when it comes to rotating cube frustration, these lawsuit skirting IQ Cubes from Brando are the same size as a standard Rubik's Cube. But further segment the sliding pieces into 3x3x7 and 3x3x9 configurations.
Hidden inside a Norwegian mountain, next to a cold fjord which supplies cooling water, Green Mountain is the world's most environmentally-friendly data center. It also sounds like it was built by hobbits.
This image wasn't Photoshopped. Ian Hobson created it using his drier machine and a modified laser projector. The result is how I imagine the Large Hadron Collider works deep inside—operated by Duck Dodgers, of the 24th and a half century.
Honestly. With a name like that, you're just asking for trouble. Once we clapped sight of the words "Lost" and "Winds", we went scurrying to our well-thumbed copy of Roger Mellie's Profanisaurus (5th edition) to see if it did indeed have a double meaning. Alas, no dice. Instead, we'll have to take LostWinds at surface value; a charming platform adventure built around a dashedly smart concept.
Walking through the New York wonderland during the holidays can be a pretty magical experience. This video, made by Cris Magliozzi, captures that feeling perfectly. It's a very special time lapse, made while he was walking from Central Park to Rockefeller Center.
Not even RIM's top executives dispute that the company's had a rough few months. But just hold on, they say, until BlackBerry 10. That's the rudder that'll turn this ship around. But if BGR's insider report holds up, that new course might head right smack into an iceberg of suck.
Guitar amps are heavy and bulky and my wife really doesn't want to see one just hanging out in the living room. But, she hasn't seen the stylish Yamaha THR10 practice amp
We knew that the world isn't going to end consumed by a supernova in 2012. Now NASA has published another article debunking another doomsday imbeciles' theory: cosmic alignment between Sun, Earth and the huge black hole at the center of the galaxy.
Researchers have been taking inspiration from X-Men: they've developed a way to create printed circuits that can heal themselves using liquid metal. The best bit is that, unlike X-Men, this is real.
When you're under your car's hood, getting light where you need it is imperative, but keeping it there can be nearly impossible. Assistants get bored, Mag-lights roll off bumpers, and safety glasses only point where your head does, not where you're looking. The Light Mine Pro, however, sticks and shines exactly where you need it.
Sure, you could remotely wander about a foreign city with Google Earth, but you don't get any sort of feel for the local culture that way, just a superficial view of its storefronts. The Wander app instead connects you with an actual local for a guided Instagram tour.
Rejoice! Scientists at the University of Missouri have invented a way to apply fillings that is completely painless. It uses a new plasma brush that disinfects and cleans out cavities, killing bacterias and forming a better bond for the fillings.