As a kid, did you ever stop to wonder what you could build with K’NEX if you just kept playing with the toy for the next three years? Here’s the answer: a massive ball machine nicknamed the Citadel that fills an entire corner of a room and is made from more K’NEX than all the kids in your neighborhood have put together. Read more...
Austin Haughwout's phone got searched after his "assaultive behavior" with cops.
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Being one of the hottest electric carmakers in town also comes with unwanted side-effects. Every Tesla-related incident, whether it’s an accident caused by human error or linked to the car’s AI features, receives plenty of scrutiny. Take, for example, a car rolling over. Show More Summary
One of Matt Damon’s most famous characters is Jason Bourne, the spy who – like Jon Snow – knows nothing. But Bourne will find out more about himself in the upcoming Jason Bourne movie, and Damon teamed up with Water.org, a charity he...Show More Summary
As the day two afternoon keynotes commenced at the Red […]
This year’s Red Hat Summit 2016 led with a number of an […]
We weren’t going to run this one, because, well, it’s just ridiculous. But enough of you have browbeat us by sending in tips to the tipline that we’re going to capitulate. We’re not going to name you all by name, because really, you should be ashamed of yourselves. Show More Summary
The California art and engineering collective (Carv) built this rather strange looking bike that looks like the offspring of a regular bicycle and one of Theo Jansen’s strandbeests. The bike was built using over 450 custom made components and took over 700 man-hours to build. Check it out in action in the video below! [JP […]
The Senator from Mass is now a Champion of Small Business If you thought Elizabeth Warren was the most anti-business Senator you have ever seen, you are likely right. Her “You didn’t build that” rant which berated entrepreneurs for thinking...Show More Summary
Despite a seemingly believable render of a red colored OnePlus 3 appearing a few days ago, the company itself has confirmed it's not in the pipeline. Sorry.
Apple changed the world nine years ago when it released the first iPhone. It sounds hyperbolic but I assure you, the original iPhone quite literally reshaped the mobile industry. It also changed the way we access information and connect with each other. Show More Summary
It's time again for yet another drone flyover of Apple's Campus 2, showing the progress being made on the company's new headquarters. The big highlights this month's video, once again from Matthew Roberts on YouTube include the exterior of the research and development facility, which is nearly complete. Show More Summary
If you’re lucky enough to have not one but two robotic vacuum cleaners at home, they can make backyard beer pong extra fun—and especially challenging. Read more...
If you're looking for a car that can really scream and you're not in a place to spend several hundreds of thousands of dollars in one fell swoop, a tricked out Tesla might be the way to go. With a Tesla Model S P90D capable of goingShow More Summary
There's a new landmark just off Interstate 280 in Cupertino, California. Commuters can now see from their car windows a mammoth five-story parking garage that can hold 11,000 vehicles. The recently completed garage seems to go on forever. But...Show More Summary
How do people find what they’re looking for on the web? Search engines. And in order for business owners to ensure that their content appears as the most relevant resource for prospective customers, they must optimize web pages to show up in search engine results for specific keywords. Show More Summary
One month after his last drone flyover of Apple’s under construction Apple Campus 2 site, Matthew Roberts has sent over an update for July that gives an up-close look at progress in recent weeks. more… Filed under: Apple
YouTuber BreaksBricks has created a delightful stop-motion Lego animation featuring a couple of retro ‘80s toy robots having a break-dancing competition—which eventually gets a little over-competitive. Read more...