Ben Heck's hardware hacking gets a unique CD-ROM drive spinning again.
During the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, the five young gymnasts that made up the US women's gymnastics team were dubbed the "Fierce Five," a nod to the 1996 team called the "Magnificent Seven." Members of the team all made the headlines. Show More Summary
New trailer shows improved color matching, sharpness over previous official downloads
"The FAA has a legitimate purpose at the least to acquire more information."
It's a cloudy day in Birmingham, Alabama, and Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, has invited a handful of her top regional sales general managers to have dinner. Some of her big corporate sales captains were there, too,Show More Summary
One of the first things Crowdmix CEO Ian Roberts did when his music startup moved into its fancy new London office was to block off the playground slide that came down through a hole from the floor above. The office slide was a relic...Show More Summary
Unilever is buying the on-demand razor delivery service Dollar Shave Club in a validation of the startup's novel approach to selling men's grooming products. The deal price — reportedly around $1 billion — would be about five times Dollar Shave Club's expected sales in 2016. Show More Summary
Tour de France leader Chris Froome and his Sky team are among the most tech-savvy people in pro cycling. An example is Froome's use of non-round chainrings. Froome's rings are not branded — probably to avoid conflict with his team'sShow More Summary
Elon Musk is finally ready to announce the second half of his masterplan for Tesla. And he's listening to some 2Pac to get pumped up for the big reveal. On Sunday, July 10, Musk said via Twitter that he planned to share more details about Tesla's 'materplan.' "Working on Top Tesla Masterplan, Part 2. Show More Summary
Michael Bolognino needed to find a way to prove that spreadsheets aren't just for tracking budgets or running equations. As the product marketing manager for Google Apps, his job is to c ome up with large-scale projects that showcase ...Show More Summary
"Hey! This app is using up all my data!" I was expecting to see a flood of tweets and comments with similar sentiments shortly after the " Pokémon GO" craze began a couple of weeks ago. Instead, I was met with silence regarding anything...Show More Summary
Early Wednesday morning, astronauts on board the International Space Station (ISS) welcomed a Dragon capsule, SpaceX's uncrewed spacecraft, and the 5,000 lbs. of fresh cargo it carried. The mission marks part of a new era for NASA, which...Show More Summary
How big is Jupiter? The NASA spacecraft Juno successfully entered Jupiter's orbit on July 4th, and has begun its months-long survey of the gas giant. We likely won't see much of the rich data the probe collects until late August or September,...Show More Summary
My former colleague Ellis Hamburger and I have a running inside joke. When Apple releases its "S" model iPhone every other year, I tease him for being caught on the boring iPhone upgrade cycle with the same design, while I get the shiny...Show More Summary
A deep dive into the 'likes' on Facebook has revealed an interesting trend — people who support the same candidate for President also 'like' the same movies, music, actors, and athletes, according to the Wall Street Journal. On Facebook,...Show More Summary
"I keep thinking this offense was committed by a 12-year-old. But it was not."
Fitbit’s defense "is focused on attacking the plaintiffs’ evidence as bad science."
Microsoft on Monday posted a surprising case study about a $13 billion company: Land O' Lakes. Land O' Lakes owns several businesses, among them the agriculture tech company WinField. On Monday, Land O' Lakes CIO Mike Macrie described...Show More Summary
For the longest time, if you needed a laptop for Getting Things Done, the simplest solution was to buy a MacBook Pro from Apple. Yes, it’s expensive, but there’s been little else in that “power user” range just works the way it has —...Show More Summary
There seem to be endless channels on YouTube, the site that's been around for over 10 years now offers something for everyone. There are videos and entire channels dedicated to gaming, toys, food, beauty, lifestyle, and any other number of topics. Some of the most watched people on the site never even show their faces on camera. Show More Summary