You may not be able to afford it, but Apple's textbook transformation is pretty neat. Its hands-on time, class. Find a cozy seat, use your indoor voices, and read along with Gizmodo. Today's lesson: Science!
I've always assumed that animals gradually become endangered over a long periods of time, like many decades. But I was totally wrong: a bat species that once swarmed caves in North America has lurched towards extinction in just six years.
Nike+ was a super sweet tool for runners to keep track of their workouts. But what about the rest of your life? What if Nike+ could keep track of that? That's what the brand new Nike+ Fuelband, an evolution of Nike+ in a simple Livestrong-styled wristband, tries to do.
The F-35 may be a lot of dubious things (overpriced, underused, occasionally broken)—but it sure is beautiful. Enjoy the eye candy American tax dollars bought in all its splendor—the F-35 just took its first flight into darkness.
We all want to be better organised, but we never get a goddamn thing done. Why? Because we can't see the fires we're extinguishing in front of us from the forest that's ablaze with things we need/want to do in the future. Agenda Calendar will help you see the bigger picture.
iBooks Author, Apple's new iPad textbook maker, is purported to be so easy to use that [insert stupid animate object here] could go and make one. So we figured we'd try our hand at it. Even if we won't win any education or design awards, making a three page book was a walk in the park.
How long have we been waiting for replicators like what Gene Roddenberry promised? Short answer: too damn long. This digitally-scanning "reconstruction sphere" just got us halfway there.
CES was more than just a Grand Canyon filled with eye candy—the sci-fi-beautiful TVs we saw are real, and you're gonna want them. But OLED? 8k? Crystal Display? What's all this mean? We'll explain the pretty new things.
Probably more than any other app, Instagram attracts the envy of many a non-iPhone owners. The insular social network, is simple, fast and easy to use. And while the company has stated plans to release on Android, the latest talk suggests that we might see it on Windows Phone first.
Lego geeks around the world, rejoice! You are not alone, even though you actually are alone, in your room, playing with tiny blocks. There is now a social network for Lego aficionados, and it's called ReBrick.
We're big fans of the SoulCalibur series, so we're curious to see how a 3D arena fighting game with 19 playable characters will translate to a touchscreen device. But before booting it up, our teeth were gritted over the frankly extortionate asking price. Even with an "introductory sale" offering a 20% discount, punters are being charged a whopping £7.99.
Everyone deserves to see the exciting life you live right? So why make them wait until you can get to a PC to upload your everyday antics when this LiveShell pushes everything from your video camera to Ustream in real-time?
In the aftermath of SOPA, the British Film Policy Review Panel is calling for the implementation of the UK’s Digital Economy Act (DEA) to be hurried along to prevent the downfall of the British film industry. It’s also asking ISPs and content owners to set up a US-style anti-piracy system.
There's nothing like a bit of DIY to make you feel like a strong, independent person. That goes double if it involves bending sheet steel with your bare hands, and that's just what you have to do with this lamp.
I admit that it looks a bit like your grandparents' bath towels, but this is actually the largest piece of clothing ever made purely from spider silk.
Between coming up with a curriculum, assigning homework, getting important messages to students, teachers have it tough. iTunes U is going to let them do all of that from an iPad. Which means students can basically take their entire course from their tablets.