Chances are you've seen the YouTube video called "Charlie bit my finger — again!" It shows two adorable British brothers at home. After the younger one, Charlie, takes a bite out of older brother Harry's finger, Harry protests hilariously. Show More Summary
? Ewen Chardonnet goes weightless during a parabolic flight. The idea is simple: we’re going to take back outer space from the military industrial complex and make it available to everyone. The weapons employed in the struggle will consist of rocket engines, imagination, and a dance floor. Show More Summary
YouTube's first video was uploaded on April 23, 2005
Google Project Fi, AdBlock Plus in Germany, Facebook IDs callers, Apple Watch gets fashionable, Tidal discovers Indie, and J.J. Abrams kicks off the Twizzler Challenge. Google’s Project Fi Lands on Nexus 6 Google is launching its own mobile network exclusively for Nexus 6 owners. Show More Summary
Microsoft has made it easier for Windows Phone and other...
Bonavita 1900TS makes fantastic coffee with ease and reliability for a mid-range price tag
Future of Working: Real World Robotics, Medical & Health Robotics (YouTube) — interesting talk by Kiwi Foo alum, Jonathan Roberts, given to a Future of Working event. New class of tools, where the human uses them but they won’t let ...
About two and half years ago, the Google Books team open-sourced the plans for their book scanning rig, and there was much rejoicing. As [Dany Qumsiyeh] explained in the Google Tech talk we linked to at the time, the scanner uses a vacuum...Show More Summary
For many years, whenever I saw a fully grown adult zinging around a city on one of those stand-up scooters, I’d feel a twinge of contempt. Scooters have always, to me, seemed childish. The purview of 6-year-old kids wearing purple safety helmets. Show More Summary
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2015) is taking place in San Francisco from April 8 to April 12. At the event, Apple is expected to unveil a new version of OS X, a revamped Apple TV box, a new … Continue reading...
It's new video game day, and for whatever reason many of the games we posted about earlier today as "coming tonight" became available in the US much sooner than the normal 11pm EST time. Hey, whatever! Here's a list of everything from today and some things from earlier in the week. For my money, I'm
Miniclip's working on its game Beast Quest at the moment, a sort of Infinity Blade [$5.99] take on the Beast Quest book series. Folks have been playing it in soft launch the last few weeks, both Canadians and those adding "eh" after everything they say to seem Canadian and play these games early. Well, the
The Minions are coming back to theaters on July 10 after a very successful appearance in the 2010 movie Despicable Me. To gear up for the film, EA is coming out with an iOS game called Minions Paradise, which puts the lovable yellow critters in a Clash of Clans type game. Show More Summary
I’m not precisely sure when, but at some point Facebook stopped being a mere social network and became the most important media company in the world. Moreso than every editor at the world’s biggest news conglomerates combined, Facebook’s News Feed algorithm holds enormous sway over what content digital audiences see. Show More Summary
Toyota has a reputation for designing classic family cars, but it's also one of the most innovative manufacturers around. The company not only cranked out the cutting-edge hybrid electric Prius, it's now hard at work on the Mirai, aShow More Summary
I don't know what's in the water this week with a bunch of surprise updates for games that haven't been updated in a while, but I am all in favor of this continuing to happen. The latest game to get a surprise update? Orbital [$2.99 / Free / $2.99 (HD)], the rad puzzler from BitForge.
If you want to get a closer look at the new black dune buggy that Ben Affleck’s stunt guy will be driving in the upcoming Batman vs Superman movie, here’s some up close footage from JoBlo Movie Trailers. You get up close shots of the parts and a glimpse of the weaponry. It’s like a cross between the Tumbler and sleeker Batmobiles of yore. Read more...
There are some developers who are very protective of pre-release game footage. Sometimes this is for good reason, like protecting simple game ideas from getting exposed and replicated by unscrupulous developers willing to create spurious apps before the authentic ones can come out. But often, this is just misguided silliness – not to name names,
Once they get onstage, wherever they are in the world, metal band System of a Down commits to giving their fans an experience they won’t forget. But their shows this month have been slightly different because they’re steeped in history:...Show More Summary
EA Sports UFC is a “wrestly, fighty, man-punchy game” (to use AppSpy’s own magnificent words) that recently received a worldwide launch on iOS. If you’re still uncertain about whether or not you want to give the game a download, take a look at AppSpy’s hands-on video. Show More Summary