So this is the paparazzi-thwarting reflective visor. It makes life a living hell for paparazzi because they’ll never be able to take a proper photo of you when you’ve got this The post For the Unpicturables: Paparazzi Thwarting Reflective Visor appeared first on OhGizmo!.
Video: Hong Kong police often uses tear gas, among other things, to disperse the thousands of citizens that participate on the Occupy Central demonstrations. The stabilised gif above shows a badass protester catching one of those tear gas grenades midair and throwing it back at them. More »
After the first shudder, it sounds even more terrifying: a pill coated with tiny needles that injects you from the inside of your intestine. But the scientists at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital who developed the capsule say that these swallowable microneedles could be a new (and painless!) way to deliver drugs. No more shots! Read more...
It's the year 2014, and we've yet to have our flying cars and commuter jet packs. But we do have a glimpse of the future with the advent of the "internet of things." It's essentially the idea of connecting everyday objects -- be it thermostats or...
I became aware of harmonics and the sound of different shaped waveforms early in my electronics career (mid 1970’s) as I was an avid fan of [Emerson Lake and Palmer], [Pink Floyd], [Yes], and the list goes on. I knew every note of [Karn...Show More Summary
Yes, there were times when no one cared about how thin a television was. The new iPad TV Stand hearkens back to those times, when there were only, like, three channels, and you had to get up and turn a dial to change between them. Why...Show More Summary
Google is not yet ready to reveal anything about the Android L’s official launch – unlike last year, the company didn’t even announce the official name of its next major Android release ahead of its rollout – but the company is still working on improving the Android L experience. Show More Summary
Most new fitness trackers these days have heart rate monitoring capabilities, but so far, they’ve turned out to be more gimmicky than useful. A lot of trackers can only check your heart rate when you’ve stopped long enough to actually...Show More Summary