Trend Results : "Tether"


Blog Post Results (1-20 of 2003)

FILTER RESULTS

You can now play an NES with modern, wireless controllers

For the last decade, we've taken for granted the fact that game controllers no longer need to be tethered to your console. But if you're a classic gamer at heart, you're stuck within a limited range of the Nintendo Entertainment System. Show More Summary

Tale Of Tales (Movie Review)

PLOT: Inspired by the 16th century Italian fairytales Giambattista Basile, three interlaced tales of nearby European kingdoms offer up giant beasts, doppelgangers, ogres, witches, warlocks, virgins...all tethered to a disturbingly irrevocable...Show More Summary

Army, NFL Scientists Team up to Develop Injury-Reducing Neck Tether

Army scientists, working with officials from the NFL, have developed a wearable device that helps reduce head neck injuries.

Nikon’s new SnapBridge Bluetooth remote control app finally does Bluetooth triggering and image transfer

SnapBridge is Nikon’s new Bluetooth remote control protocol & mobile “tethering” system featured in their newest DSLR the Nikon D500, as well as several of their upcoming compact cameras. In anticipation of their impending release, Nikon have now released the other half of this equation in the form of an Android app, with an iOS version [...]Show More Summary

Oil Prices Are Tethered to Loads Of Overseas Stock ETFs, Too

An oft-repeated claim about the stock market this year has been: so goes crude, so goes the market. Ned Davis Research observes that lots of overseas stock ETFs have also been moving in unusually tight correlations with crude this year as well. Read More »

Breaking Your Barrier

Don’t be the circus elephant tethered to a pole. This Passover transcend your mental limitations.

Video: Can Space Elevators Actually Work?

last weekHumor / odd : mental_floss

All we need is a 36,000-kilometer tether and an absurdly large budget.

$25 bluetooth headphones that sound good

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

I've wanted a set of bluetooth headphones for a while. The cord free-ish operation, and no need to actually be tethered to my phone seemed too good to be true. This $25 pair does it all. The earliest generations of bluetooth headphones seemed that this technology would never take to quality listening. Show More Summary

A Twee Throws In Brooklyn

“An annual competition to see who can hurl a banjo farthest into the Gowanus Canal came un-strung on Sunday afternoon, after neighbors called the cops, and the five-stringed instrument then hit a tree and broke free from its tether, floating off into Brooklyn’s Nautical Purgatory. The snafu brought the contest to an abrupt end, but […]

Fun Friday: AR and VR

I’m pretty skeptical about the early implementations of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. I think the early versions are expensive, require powerful computers, are tethered, require headsets, and can cause headaches and worse. But I am in the minority in our business and in the tech community. VR and AR are among the most hyped […]

7 Things You Need To Know About Tethering In Lightroom

Mornin’ everybody. I get a steady stream of questions about tethering into Lightroom (that’s where you connect your camera directly to your computer and when you shoot, your images appear really large on screen, instead of seeing them on the tiny 3? monitor on the back of your camera). Show More Summary

Randy Jackson on 'American Idol': 'I Still Think It's the Best Show'

American Idol paved the way for what a reality competition could be: a stellar, rotating cast of heartwarming contestants tethered by a charismatic crew of judges and a host. Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell were an all-star team; Cowell was the cynic, Abdul the optimist and Jackson kept it...

This 'Kite Runner' arthopod kept its young tethered to its body with strings

Modern-day parents aren't the first to put their kids on a leash. This week researchers describe an unusual 430-million-year-old arthropod that appears to have kept its young tethered to its body with strings in order to keep them safe. Arthropods are a diverse group of animals that include crustaceans,...

Ancient 'Kite Runner' Carried Its Babies Around in Pouches Tethered to Its Body

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Animals have evolved all sorts of different ways to carry around their young, but scientists have never seen anything quite like this before. Read more...

Extinct animal flew underwater kites made of its own young

A "kite runner" fossil found in the UK looked after its offspring by tethering them to its body

Chasing after a prehistoric Kite Runner

New Haven, Conn. - Scientists have discovered an ancient animal that carried its young in capsules tethered to the parent's body like tiny, swirling kites. They're naming it after "The Kite Runner," the 2003 bestselling novel. The miniscule creature, Aquilonifer spinosus, was an arthropod that lived about 430 million years ago. Show More Summary

The Beeline iPhone Tether Case: Never Drop Your Phone Again

No one is immune from dropping their phone. We all do it. Sometimes, your device survives the fall, other times not so much. Either way, you really don’t want to drop your phone and tempt fate.…

North Carolina governor's race now ground zero for LGBT rights battle

North Carolina's GOP governor, Pat McCrory, is now hopelessly tethered to the anti-LGBTQ law he signed within hours of its passage last week, while his Democratic challenger, Attorney General Roy Cooper, has completely distanced himself from it. The AP—the largest news organization in the world (i.e. Show More Summary

Yes, I'm Pregnant. And Riding My Bike.

"You're 8 months pregnant! Can you please stop riding your bike?" my concerned co-worker pleaded with me on a recent Friday. As we headed to lunch in her car, she'd spotted my bike glinting in the sunlight, conspicuously tethered to a signpost in front of our office. Show More Summary

Video of the Day: IndyCar Wheel tethers

IndyCar guru Jon Beekhuis explains how Wheel tethers help increase safety in the event of an accident.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC