An axe used to be a tool fundamental to human survival. Today, I'm just as likely to be felling trees as felling zombies. I've decided to turn to sport to tap my inner woodsman with this vicious throwing axe.
Keep this FBI video in mind next time you're tempted to use that diabolical wicked laser of yours. The feds can track your air-menacing ass from the sky—provided you haven't blinded them yet, of course.
We wanted to love the original Thrive tablet with its many full-sized ports, but oh man was it chunky. The Thrive 7-Inch is almost exactly the same, but everything is smaller. It's still chunky, but it's not too much anymore.
About ten years ago, third-year computer science student Richard Jones wrote the code that would eventually earn him £25 million.
Pigs. Pork. Bacon. Ham. Belly. Shoulder. Chops. Sausages. Iberian. Serrano. I don't care I love it all. And the only way to properly honor my love for pork is to buy Speakal's ridculous pig-shaped speaker where you change the volume by pressings its ears.
When you're taking photos with a flash, there's a problem: Because the flash is mounted on top of your camera, you get some pretty horrible shadows. One way around that is to move the flash as far away from the lens as you can, in the now-famous Strobist approach to photography lighting, but there's another way, too: Move the flash closer to your lens. A lot closer.
Karla Flores was peacefully selling seafood on the street when she heard an explosion. An object hit her face, knocking her down. When she woke up she was in a hospital with a live fragmentation grenade stuck inside her face.
I thought I'd seen a lot in my 24 years old this planet. Some shocking things. Startling things. Things that've given me a home, then taken it right away. But I've never seen anything like this: the Popeyes Dip'n Chick'n. Revolution.
The original Cardboard Warfare? Three and a half minutes of pure paper kickass. Cardboard Warfare 2? Twenty-five minutes of beiged paper, boxed artillery, fly-like-paper planes, bizzaro world fun. It's the World War 2 to the original's World War I.
On one hand, LG's Clip-On 3D glasses will leave you looking like a senior citizen, a pro baseball player, or Dwayne Wayne from A Different World (take your pick). On the other, it beats wearing two pairs of glasses.
It seems unpossible but Smozzy is an app that promises to let you surf the web on your Android phone without a data plan. Wait...what? Yeah. Smozzy uses a combination of SMS and MMS to pull off the trick.
Check the size of this monster compared to human beings. It's the Sharp Aquos 80-inch LCD television. 80 bloody inches—6.66 feet! And still, it's price tag is only $5500, which feels low to me given its insane size.
Five of the 20 best-selling casual game apps in Android's Marketplace involve illegal drugs. Virtual illegal drugs, of course! Guess how many are available for the iPhone? Yep, zero.