A window into another world is what you often see on Gizmodo UK’s ‘Watch This’ page. Showing videos from other sites or made by our very hands, you can while the hours away by checking out awesome timelapses, drone footage, educational videos, viral laugh-a-minutes, or even trailers for upcoming movies and TV shows.
Raising the bar on nerdy wedding proposals, YouTuber doctorpappa (possibly not a real doctor) decided to ask his girlfriend to marry him by donning a paper-mache Futurama Bender mask, and popping the question in binary.
There’s a new superassassin on his way, and he’s not pulling his punches. Jeremy Renner has stepped into the empty shoes of the Bourne franchise for its next instalment, and if this trailer is anything to go buy, Bond has some serious competition this summer.
If you want to sell something in tech, you can either employ cleavage or violence. In this case, the boys at G-Form are demoing their new iPhone case by beating the hell out of it with an ice hockey stick. Sure!
Oh dear Orville, has money really got that tight? You’re destroying some of my innocent childhood memories here; Keith looks like my granddad trying to be all “urban”. And what the hell have chickens got to do with a mobile phone network anyway?
We all suffer trolls badly; some of us are even guilty of a bit of trolling ourselves. But have you ever wondered what they look like in real life? Wonder no more -- the BBC managed to track down the prolific Nimrod Severn and confronted him for Panorama.
Is there a limit on how big your smartphone can be before it can be called a tablet? LG is attempting to find out, judging by this teaser vid for its upcoming Optimus Vu—a five-inch, 4:3 ratio behemoth. [LG Blog via The Verge]
Today, Nikon revealed its D800 DSLR, leaving photo and video nerds alike salivating for samples. Eager to show off the D800's video capabilities, Nikon left it to filmmaker Sandro Miller to create a film meant to make us drool. And so we have Joy Ride, which chronicles the journey of one man and his motorcycle... and not much else aside from a superfluously gross childbirth scene.
You're driving south of St. Petersburg, listening to some John Lennon. The traffic is a little heavy. God, this song is so great—and now, let us pause for an enormous electrical explosion that dominates the entire horizon.
On January 20, dozens of New Zealand police's elite special forces broke into Kim Dotcom's mansion with assault helicopters, M4A3 automatic weapons, Glock pistols, dogs, sledgehammers and even a circular chainsaw, as if they were expecting a vicious narco gang waiting inside, armed to the teeth.
The first time I saw it I thought it was a real bloke just standing there. The amount of detail is just amazing, uncanny almost. Virtual humans have never managed to look all that realistic in games, at least those rendered in real time. Maybe they move like us, but when up close and personal, there’s always been something lacking -- until now.
Even the most mundane objects and experiences seem to become totally amazing up in space. Like, say, this knitting needle that's been charged with static electricity interacting with tiny droplets of water. Combine the electric charge with the velocity of the droplet, and the result is a gravity-like orbit of the water around the needle.