Jamie Lidell is a seriously talented and internationally known musician and producer, but the music he's able make using only this iPhone app is crazy. This cannot possibly be for real. The subway just got way more fun.
Gizmodo friend and amazing filmmaker and photographer Vincent Laforet says that calling this time lapse video of Utah and Arizona "breathtaking" is an understatement. He adds "Holy cow". I agree with him completely, although I'd have added "Holy Jesus-on-a-pogo-stick-christ!"
Wow, now that's something you don't see everyday. Watch as a urology fellow at Southmead Hospital in Bristol peels a grape with the aid of a da Vinci surgical robot, which is normally used for things like heart valve repair. [News Scientist]
This didn't take a lot of time. The obligatory Hitler gets angry about the iPhone 4S video is out. My favorite phrase: "I want people to know that I'm better than they are". It's funny because it's true.
Gizmodo and their new UK branch are still excluded from Apple events because of a certain "kerfuffle" last year, which meant we weren't able to bring you hands-on photos and video. Not to worry though, as our new UK sibling TechRadar still graces Apple's good books. For now, anyway.
Nerves get to you when you have to follow on from the master of the reality distortion field. A potentially lacklustre product to launch under the colossal global attention only Apple manages to generate. Tim Cook certainly had his hands full. [Funny or Die]
China has successfully launched the Tiangong-1, its first space lab. It's the first of a series of small test stations, and the first step towards the Country's goal of having a 60-ton space station in orbit by 2020.
Time-lapse videos are can be pretty sweet—if you have the patience to make them. And if you're not tech savvy enough to build your own camera and timer setup, the Brinno GardenWatchCam (all one word, ughhh) delivers a completely self-contained rig to do just that.
Samsung and Google will be announcing Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) on October 11th. Here's an alleged video of it, from a guy who supposedly got the phone from eBay. The flavor of this ice cream is probably bullshit.
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.
Despite no official confirmation by the Pentagon, it's a very safe assumption that the US created the Stuxnet worm (with Israel's help) to take Iran's nuclear reactors offline. But when it was first discovered, it seemed too sophisticated for Earthlings.
I've never had this much fun reading the alphabet since I was a kid and finally conquered the L, M, N, O stretch of my ABCs. But this video is way cooler—the letters actually animates itself to represent a word it begins with. It's so goddamn clever.