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This Video of People Climbing a Skyscraper Is So Damn Stressful

Shun Hung Square is a 1,260-foot tall skyscraper that’s the third tallest building in Shenzhen, China. It’s really, really tall. And watching the guys from On the Roofs climb it gets more and more stressful because they just keep going up. You think they’ve reached the top but there’s still another level that’s narrower and more dangerous and higher to climb. Read more...

Ecobee3 Thermostat Can Be Controlled By Amazon Echo

Recently it seems that Amazon’s Echo speaker has been gaining a ton of functionality, from being able to call you an Uber, stream music from Spotify, to ordering you a pizza. Now it looks like it can even control aspects of your home,...Show More Summary

The Independent Newspaper Calls It A Day, Print-Wise

Running a business is no easy task, otherwise just about everyone would have done so already. It takes plenty of skill to guide a company through turbulent times and choppy waters, and it seems that The Independent will call it a day where print production is concerned, resulting with a minimum of 75 journalists being made redundant in the process. Show More Summary

Drones Armed With Bazookas Are Very Real

We all know that drones in the hands of amateurs can be a rather dangerous tool, especially since there has been instances of a drone causing a toddler to lose an eye after crashing into him, not to mention being a danger to babies as well. Show More Summary

Bad Memories Could Be Deleted In The Future

The human mind is truly a wonderful thing to behold, as it has a virtually infinite repository space to carry all sorts of information, but at times things can go askew, resulting in some rather awkward or downright erratic behavior....Show More Summary

Terrier Tank A ‘Swiss Army Knife’ Armored Vehicle

We all know how modern day mobile devices happen to be a prime example in converging technology, where apart from receiving and making phone calls, these smartphones double up as GPS navigation devices, portable media players as well as our cameras, among others. Show More Summary

What it’s like to completely give up your smartphone for 18 months

Smartphones have become a very big part of our lives over the last decade, but when are they too much of a good thing? All the constant interruptions and notifications drove Jenna Woginrich to distraction, which is why she completely gave up her phone 18 months ago. Show More Summary

Suck It Dudes. Science Proves Women Are Better Coders.

Guys may loudly rule the dark corners of the internet and be considered the “computer nerds,” but according to a new paper from Cal Poly and North Carolina State University, it’s the ladies who are kicking ass and taking names when it comes to coding. Read more...

Glorious Ultra Clear Video Shows One Entire Year of the Sun

This is what the sun looks like over the course of a year. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the Sun and all of its fiery grace from January 1, 2015 to January 28, 2016. That beautiful burning orb looks unbelievable in this amount of detail. Read more...

Tech can tell if you're in love

As Valentine's Day fast approaches, many people in the thralls of a new relationship may find themselves wondering, "Does he/she really love me?". Well, if those people have access to a thermal imaging camera, they may just get their...Show More Summary

A new iPhone 7 headphone rumor may leave you disappointed

Apple’s existing headphones that come neatly packaged in every iPhone box might not get a major overhaul this year. Some rumors that claimed the iPhone 7 will lack a headphone jack had also suggested that Apple would either pack wireless...Show More Summary

Transformers 5, 6, and 7 set to release against Wonder Woman and Godzilla

Paramount’s once-idle threat of new Transformers movies for the next 10 years now has seven more years left to fill with content.

GTA V Valentine’s Day Event Is A Week-Long Affair

Remember our report on the GTA Online Be My Valentine update going live? Well, it seems that this particular event is going to last all week long, from February 12 all the way to February 18. Here are more details on the new Till Death...Show More Summary

Google Maps Now Allows Voice Guidance Disabling During Calls

Earlier this week, we did bring you word on what the latest Google Maps update (version 9.20.0) offered for users, and one of it was the ability for users to add places to their timeline – assuming you are not a paranoid android and do not think that you are being tracked with such information divulged. Show More Summary

Facebook Messenger To Enable SMS Feature

It looks like there is more than meets the eye with what is going on over at Facebook Messenger, especially since we received word that multiple account support could potentially roll out to the masses in due time. In fact, it seemsShow More Summary

Who would’ve thought that our favorite iPad keyboard would be made by Microsoft?

Microsoft is known for a lot of things these days. Windows is the most popular operating system in the world, Microsoft Office is the best productivity suite out there, Xbox One is a killer video game system, and so on. So when you think of Microsoft, peripherals certainly aren't the first things that come to mind. Show More Summary

Holy Hell, the US Military Made the Fastest Quadcopter I've Ever Seen

DARPA, the Pentagon’s research division, just revealed a speed demon quadcopter that flies 45 miles an hour. It’s like a cheetah drone. I can’t stop watching glorious footage of this glorious cheetah drone. Read more...

Google Bids Picasa Good Night

It is all about efficiency these days, and hence, for Google to invest in two different photo storage and sharing applications does not make too much economic as well as operational sense, taking the more recent Google Photos and Picasa into consideration, with the latter being dated in nature. Show More Summary

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