Just when you think you might be able to figure out how to align the well-known Rubik’s cube something else comes along to challenge your mind even further, meet the X-Cube.
If you ever wonder what it would be like to see the world through the eyes of your cat or dog, you now can with the National Geographic camera that ties around the neck of your pet, like a collar, and allows you to see everything at their level.
Flashback to the 80’s and 90’s when mixtapes were a sign of affection and the top 9 at 9 was time to sit and press record. Back then, music took a little more effort to retrieve than it does today and radio was exciting to listen to, especially if you had a boom box that… Continue reading Rewind time by adding a 3D cassette tape to your wall
Yes we are aware that these are bookshelves which are meant for actual books, but many of us are now reading from tablets, smartphones and e-readers that although it would look great to have perhaps some of our old books hanging on the wall, it would be sort of a waste when we could use… Continue reading Have your DVD’s rise with the Dark Knight bookshelves
There’s something particularly creepy about Google Now that not only makes it superior to Siri and other voice- and location-based digital personal assistants, it makes it worrisome to those who take their privacy seriously. For the first time, we get to see the full breadth of how much Google really knows about us as individuals.… Continue reading Does Google Now know too much about you for your own good?
When a company so new and so fresh off of a cash infusion from going public starts to make cost-cutting decisions surrounding their primary product, it doesn’t bode well for the future of the company. That seems to be the direction that Zynga may be heading after shutting down 11 of their titles. According to… Continue reading Is this the beginning of the end for Zynga?
The world of technology in general is often associated with computers and geeks behind them typing away at equations. The jobs in the tech sector are often considered boring and without risk. Some are riskier than others. For most, the video below would fall under the category of “Nope”. As you can see from the… Continue reading Some technology jobs are absolutely terrifying
The automation of Twitter for businesses continues to become the norm. As microblogging, interaction, and expression get replaced by RSS feeds, Facebook feeds, and post scheduling that is all dominated by links, links, and more links, the power of Twitter is being replaced by the easy alternatives to actually, well, using the service. This is… Continue reading Businesses should post fewer links and more interactions, text, and images on Twitter
Make your music dance with speakers filled with colorful water that will swish to the vibrations of the sound from the attached speakers. Speakers have almost become a necessity to own, especially with the various gadgets and laptops we collect like Barbie’s, even if they come with built-in speakers they most certainly do not do… Continue reading Water dancing music speakers
At first when I saw this I had to scratch my head, wondering what it was, the image alone is what peaked my interest and then I found out that this is a vehicle of sorts and was awed by its conception. Surprisingly, the original design began back in 1869 in France and since then… Continue reading The mind blowing motorized monocycle