Walter De Brouwer and Niels 'Shoe' Meuleman (see link below to the Louis Vuitton movie) had a creative agency in Amsterdam. The fight between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in Kinshasa, Congo, made a formative impression on them. Creative...Show More Summary
A year later, HTC finally defines the Ultrapixel. Sort of. HTC has released yet another Techincal Translation short, and this time they want to talk about pixels. Not just any pixels, but the Ultra (as in big) versions found on the HTC One and the [redacted]. Show More Summary
The KUKA Robot Group is already hyping its upcoming match next week between one of its robotic arms and professional table tennis champion Timo Boll. But hobbiest engineers can make ping-pong bots too. Here's Ulf Hoffmann's garage version, which is surprisingly competitive given its amateur status. Read more...
Chevy’s 4G LTE connected car made a splash at CES. That is because their new connected car technology transforms your car into a giant hotspot that can connect up to 7 devices at one time. As a matter of fact, thanks to a stronger antennae,...Show More Summary
As we settle in to the chaos of around 30,000 people gathering into Austin’s tiny downtown area… just as we get comfy, and snug as a bug in the bed, so comes the rain! Now we have a jumble of umbrellas stabbing at us as we jump puddles and sprint from building to building. Seriously, […]
Microsoft's former CEO Steve Ballmer is known as one of the most flamboyant personalities in the tech industry. He jumps around, screams and gestures whenever he's on stage. But he wasn't always that way. As a kid and young adult, he...Show More Summary
[brightcove videoID=3315546534001 playerID=2540257919001] Bitcoin has long been the currency of choice for the dark web’s anonymous black market trade in firearms. Now Michael Cargill wants to offer Bitcoin fans a more legal way to buy a deadly weapon with cryptocurrency. Show More Summary
An educational video from NASA found viral success earlier this month thanks to a bunch of video game references -- but "Fusion vs. Fission" is only the agency's latest star-studded short.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paid a visit to Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California where he met with Apple's CEO, Tim Cook. The above video of the meeting is from the Israeli Prime Minister's YouTube account. Via: The Loop
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In celebration of International Women's Day, March 8, we bring you the story of Sheila Marcelo. Marcelo created waves in January when Care.com, the company she founded, raised $91 million in a successful IPO. But to get to that point, Marcelo had to defy her family's expectations and turn away from a lucrative career as a lawyer. Show More Summary
Microsoft's former CEO, Steve Ballmer, often calls Microsoft his "fourth child." He poured his "heart, body and soul" into the company, he said during an onstage interview with the dean of Oxford's school of business in his first public appearance since leaving the job. Show More Summary
It's not unpleasant to be rich and powerful. It's especially not unpleasant to be rich, powerful, famous and retired. So what's the best perk that Steve Ballmer, who is all of those things, enjoys these days? During his first public appearance since he left Microsoft a month ago he was asked that question. Show More Summary
If you've stuck a toe in the online dating pool, you've probably come across some total hottie and thought "oh great, that lucky so-and-so is gonna steal away all the attention from my profile." Not so, says science—in fact, it's the controversial-looking people, not the smokin' specimens, who get the most attention. Here's Head Squeeze's Hannah Fry to explain. Read more...
Steve Jobs used to tell a story about how he first became inspired by the idea of what computers could do. He'd say that once, when he was a kid, he was reading a science magazine and he found an article listing the various speeds of animals. Show More Summary
On March 11, videogame fans will finally get their eager thumbs on one of the most breathlessly anticipated new titles of the year. Called "Titanfall," it has taken four years and many millions to produce. And there is arguably more riding on its launch than any game released in recent memory. Show More Summary
The number one rule for hosting a successful dinner party? Make sure your guests fear gruesome death by dinosaur at least once during the evening. The best way to achieve the effect? These ice ripples that mimic that scene—you know the one—from the original Jurassic Park. No T-Rex needed! Read more...
Would you like to play a robot in ping pong (translated)? We sure would. Inspired by an upcoming face-off between man and machine, [Jakob] wrote in to tell us about [Ulf Hoffmann's] ping-pong playing robot. If you ever wanted to play...Show More Summary
While the number of APIs grows by leaps and bounds every year, only a fraction of websites offer official APIs. Not willing to wait, those who want and need data are increasingly taking matters into their own hands through the creation of unofficial APIs. A new tool, Gargl, gives individuals an open-source option for doing just that.
The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn't necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game