During Bruce Springsteen's keynote SXSW speech last night, he disclosed that, like countless artists and musical acts before him, he routinely lifted riffs from his predecessor's songs. So does this mean he's going to get sued by the RIAA for piracy or does that count as fair use?
For some reason, we humans love to make solid foods liquid, and liquid foods solid. Key Lime Pie Martini? White Russian Ice Cream? I rest my case. Today, in honour of St. Paddy's Day, we're taking three Irish liquids, and making them into one awesome solid.
Thomas McMartin sure does love the ladies—especially when they are in various states of undress. He's such a fan that he allegedly installed a motion-activated spy camera in a women's changing room. And guess who's picture was on said camera when authorities discovered the device.
Don't underestimate a hill of beans. They may not amount to much on their own but in sufficiently large mounds, they can crush a man—to death.
Thanks to the mainstream success of artists like Skrillex, dubstep is enjoying some widespread appreciation. Wait, but what is dubstep? Most people probably can't tell it apart from other types electronic music.
Was this prophecy about 2012 true? Or perhaps this prediction about 2008, if belatedly so?
Our intrepid reporter Mr. Mat Honan spent some time in Kentucky this past week, and he said the weather was incredibly, unseasonably hot. It was 27Â°C in March. Back in Blighty, we've also been enjoying an uncharacteristically warm and dry March. Not normal. What the heck?
Apple's advertising onslaught is already battering down doors and TVs around the nation—you're gonna upgrade to a new iPad whether you like it or not. But based on our little test, most people can't tell the difference anyway.
You should have bought this new Lego R2-D2, from the Ultimate Collector Series, instead of the new iPad. Why? First, because it's amazing. Second, because it's amazing. Third, because it will be sold out very soon. Fourth, because it will cost as much as two new iPads in just a year.
After a spate of recently-hacked phone nudes, it's clear our advice to never shoot pictures of your own junk isn't going to catch on. So if you're going to do it, at least do it well. Here's how to make your naked shots shine.
This video, Full Circle made by Klezinski Films, is absolutely incredible. It seamlessly shows people jumping rope from the rope's POV.
This American Life has retracted its episode about working conditions at Foxconn. Apple challenged the veracity of the reporting in the piece when if first ran in January, and in an episode set to air later today, the radio show will confirm that Mike Daisey made up some of the most shocking facts in his story.
Yes! The hackers from the Chronic Dev Team—with a special intervention by German developer Stefan Esser—have liberated the shiny new iPad from the tyranny of the app store already using a modification of the Absinthe jailbreaking tool.
The thing about the iPad's new retina screen and processor is that yes, they're nice, but it's up to developers to take full advantage of it. Here's how some of the better retina iPad apps compare to their iPad 2 equivalents.
Apple made some bold claims about its new A5X chip, claiming it would give a 4x graphical boost over Nvidia's Tegra 3. At the same time, the Tegra 3 is a powerhouse of computational processing. So lets put 'em to the test.