Well look at that. Someone truly loves you. Or they're trying to buy your love. Either way, a shiny new iPad 2 is currently siting in your lap. I think you just won [insert holiday of choice here].
The Frank Capra classic isn't known for its special effects. But since It's a Wonderful Life was shot in the sweltering heat of June and July of 1946, the filmmakers had to develop a new type of artificial snow.
Looking for more functionality from your body armour? This Kevlar gauntlet packs enough gadgetry to make Batman proud—and by proud, I mean envious.
Action movies are the reason you bought that huge TV. I'm a film nerd who loves art films and documentaries. But, my 55-inch HDTV is for explosions. Missiles, dynamite, grenades, oddly combustable cars, these are the fodder for my fire-hungry eyes. Now I can create my own mini-action movies with my own explosions, car crashes and lens flares. Lens flares!
ideos of semi-terrified kids having their teeth yanked by others in crazy ways are a dime a dozen. That's why we love this fearless and adorable kid who yanks his own tooth with a Nerf bow. Nice technique, baller kid! [via Wimp]
Like the ghost of Christmas future, YouTuber bd594 has given us a chilling glimpse of what the future of the holidays might be like. Door-to-door carollers replaced with a robotic snare drum and a flatbed scanner playing Little Drummer Boy.
The Santa questions start firing at you before your kids turn five. How does he speed around the world in a single night? How does he know what I want? Sure, you could deny Santa's existence, but be ready for some tears.
When I was a kid, there used to be a mason jar in my house that was always kept just out of my reach. It looked like it was filled yogurt, but grosser. Runny, chunky, with a sickly yellow color. I didn't find out until years later that it was actually the most delicious milk liqueur I've ever tasted.
It's Christmas morning. You're all excited as you pillage through layer upon layer of gilded paper and bows, and there it is! A 7-inch Acer Iconica Tab A100! Just what you've not been dying for! Uh. Thanks?
Air Dictate is a clever little app that ports the power of Siri over to the Mac. Kind of. It doesn't have any of the bells and whistles of Siri (don't go starting conversations!) but rather, uses the extremely accurate speech recognition engine in Siri to dictate text to your Mac.
Greubel Forsey's GMT watch promised to put the whole world on your wrist. But Dutch watchmaker Christiaan van der Klaauw totally one-ups that designer timepiece with his Aquarius Planetarium that includes orbiting versions of the Sun and six planets.