Stranger Things is a new Netflix hit, one of the pleasant surprises of the summer. The streaming giant already renewed it for a second season, but there’s a long way to go until it launches. However, Saturday Night Live got early access...Show More Summary
There’s an elephant in the room when it comes to the Raspberry Pi Zero. The Pi Zero is an immensely popular single board computer, but out of stock issues for the first year may be due to one simple fact: you can run a Nintendo emulator on it. Show More Summary
Circles. Triangles. Squares. Those aren’t the things you expect to see in a movie but films have been using shapes to subtly influence emotion for a long time. Circles are lovable, triangles are evil, and squares are boring. Now You See It highlights the geometry used in shots to show you how movies use shapes to manipulate your feelings. Read more...
Season 7 of The Walking Dead can’t come soon enough so that light can finally be shed on season 6’s annoying cliffhanger. With just a few weeks to go until AMC’s hit shows returns, a new clip from the first episode was released, bringing us several huge clues. Show More Summary
Driverless cars are an engineer’s dream. At last, a technology that promises to remove the human factor from the traffic system. It is humans, after all, whose errors contribute to 75% of road crashes, who introduce undesirable randomness...Show More Summary
Atari is back! That’s what some dude says. There are no real details in that post, other than ‘Atari is Back!’ The ESP32 is coming, and it’s going to be awesome. Espressif has just released an Arduino core for the ESP32 WiFi chip. The digitalRead, digitalWrite, SPI, Serial, Wire, and WiFi “should” work. Show More Summary
Depending on who you're rooting, you might have a different interpretation of the first presidential debate, but regardless of whether you're voting for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, the polls show that Clinton came out on top. With the race trending in Clinton's favor, the second debate wasn't expected to draw as much attention. Show More Summary
Successfully poking fun at the ongoing insanity that is the U.S. Presidential election, Saturday Night Live was back at it this weekend as they delivered a great spoof of last week's Vice Presidential debate between Tim Kaine and Mike...Show More Summary
Samsung has a serious problem on its hands: the “safe” Galaxy Note 7 replacements that should not explode keep blowing up. Making matters worse is the fact that the company is still staying quiet. In addition to the Galaxy Note 7 that...Show More Summary
There are only two ways of creating two perfect copies of a person: 3D printing and twins. 3D printing magician [Simon] the Sorcerer 3D-printerer uses his secret knowledge to create the perfect illusion: A 3D-printing-real-people prank. You...Show More Summary
Another major console exclusive is arriving next week in the form of Gears of War 4, and you know what that means: Conan O'Brien is back with another installment of Clueless Gamer. This time, Conan has brought along Wiz Khalifa to help...Show More Summary
The short film, Farewell — ETAOIN SHRDLU, produced in 1978 covers the very last day the New York Times was set for printing in the old way, using hot metal typesetting. We’ve covered the magic of linotype machines before, but to see them used as they were in their prime is something else. Show More Summary
Allied, John Wick 2, Pirates of the Caribbean 5, and War for the Planet of the Apes are just a few of the interesting movie trailers we have for you this week. DON’T MISS: Under no circumstances should you buy a Galaxy Note 7 Allied Is this the movie that broke up Brad and Angelina? It really doesn’t matter. Show More Summary
Is Lamborghini feeling a bit jealous now that Tesla’s Model S P100D is the fastest production car in the world? With a 0-60 MPH time of just 2.5 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 10.7 seconds, Tesla’s most recent addition to its Model S line is an absolute screamer. Show More Summary
Today at the Open Hardware Summit in Portland, Alicia Gibb and Michael Weinberg of the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) launched the Open Source Hardware Certification program. It’s live, and you can certify your own hardware...Show More Summary
Amazon’s The Grand Tour is coming to Amazon Prime subscribers soon, and the company has finally released a full-fledged trailer for it. In case you were wondering whether the three former Top Gear hosts still got the magic, then this 95-second clip will put your mind at ease. Show More Summary
With Hurricane Matthew on the warpath, and meteorologists warning residents that they could very well be killed if they don’t up and leave, thousands of Florida residents over the past few days evacuated their homes in search of safer ground. But not everyone in Florida was up in a panic with an impending hurricane approaching. Show More Summary
Personal computers were supposed to all but eliminate the need for paper, but one look at your sticky note-covered screen tells a different story. Researcher Tobias Große-Puppendahl may have created the perfect compromise, however: an electronic sticky note that can replace all of your little yellow reminders. Read more...
Peering at the world through a close-up macro lens reveals tiny details that normally go unnoticed. It can also make the smallest of things appear completely grandiose. Steel wool and a battery makes for an easy way to start a fire, but zoom in as it burns and it looks like the entire world has become engulfed in a raging firestorm. Read more...
[Mike] had a bunch of disused fitness machines lying around. Being a skilled welder, he decided to take them apart and put them back together in the shape of a belt grinder. In particular, [Mike] is reusing the height-adjustment guide rail of an old workout bench to build the adjustable frame that holds the sanding belt. Show More Summary