Emails replaced written letters; texting replaced emails; Twitter replaced texting, and one day these Chuckimals could be the only source of electronic communications we rely on. They're plush toys embedded with electronics, including an accelerometer, that let you record a thirty second message that's automatically played back upon impact when thrown at someone.
British chip company ARM has announced its latest processor evolution, in the form of its Mali-T658 GPU. ARM says this'll provide "desktop-class performance" with "ten times" the power of its 400 series found in the Galaxy S II.
Cramming yourself into a Winnebago for your next road trip to Glastonbury? Ludicrous. Get there in the back end of a big-rig, rolling disco, the world's biggest limo.
I'm old enough to remember using cassette tapes but also young enough to know it was already ancient technology. But still, there's something about cassette tapes that interested me more than CDs or MP3s. A strip of freaking tape can hold music? And now that they're pretty much dead, it's sad. Thats why AirCassette is so awesome.
Just what the hell is going on here? A sweet under the microscope? An oil slick? Are we all on drugs right now? No—well, maybe you are—but this picture isn't the result. It's from spaaa-aaace.
As the printed word gives way to digital distribution, libraries must change in both form and function in order to remain relevant in the Internet age. One New York book repository has taken the lead in this effort by installing the country's first "maker's space" within a public library.
Buying a new gadget is hard. We try to help as much as we can! But there are little things you need to know, like the exact size of a camera compared to another camera, before you buy. CameraSize does exactly that.
Jesus wasn't born so you could throw tacky popcorn garlands and chintzy glitter balls all over the tree. Christmas is about bravery, tiny plastic parts, and being able to follow instructions. So, Lego mastermind PowerPig is back with DIY ornaments.
The name of this forgotten place is Object 825 GTS, a top secret Cold War nuclear submarine underground base located in the Balaklava Bay, Crimea, Ukraine.
Amazon has, apparently, ponied up for a speech recognition company called Yap, the Atlantic reports.
This is what happens when a 230-ton Airbus A330 has the right angle of attack, the right low speed and the right amount of head wind: it gets suspended in the middle of the sky for a few seconds. It feels like it's flying in slow motion, then it freezes for a couple of seconds and keeps moving in slow motion.
Not sure how to classify Monster Burner. It's kinda sorta like a fantasy medievalist interpretation of Space Invaders. But it has another whacky dynamic at play, deeply rooted in puzzles, dominoes and fireworks.
I know. Just let me finish. It sounds crazy -- Hotmail is the leper colony of email, right? The running joke, the email potato famine we all fled for Gmail a decade ago -- yeah. But that was then. Hotmail is changing.
BGR just leaked info about the HTC Ville, an Android phone that'll supposedly be announced by HTC at next year's Mobile World Congress, and it looks really great... except for one thing. It plasters the needless HTC Sense all over Ice Cream Sandwich. WHYYY?!
Yesterday we reviewed Sony's HMZ-T1 3DTV Headset and while it provides a great 3D experience, it completely removes the viewer from the world around them. That's not the case with Epson's new see-through Moverio BT-100 video glasses. They allow for a private viewing experience while still allowing the wearer to keep an eye on their surroundings, and everyone staring at them.$