Take a look at the guts of the tiny and bright Kindle Paperwhite to see how Amazon packed in a well illuminated front-lit screen, a high-capacity battery, and the hardware to run the ebook reader in such a small space.
When it comes to last minute made scientist holiday experiments, we’re hard pressed to think of one more novel than turning an air hose and bacon into a high-intensity flame lance.
HabitRPG is a free web-based tool that makes enforcing new habits and keeping resolutions fun by turning your list of habits, to-dos, and daily routines into an old-school Role Playing Game (RPG).
Imagine that all your favorite movie villains attended the same high school, then take things a step further and imagine what their yearbook page would have looked like. deviantART user thegreck took that step and put togethe...
No problem to meet all those requirements for your new password, right?
When an image is edited well, you hardly notice it. When it’s edited poorly, you can’t get past the poor Photoshopping efforts of some hasty graphic designer. Check out the top 10 Photoshop disasters from 2012 for a chuckle.
We’ve shown you a photo-tour of the Rapberry Pi factory before, but this video offers an in-motion view of how the tiny little hobby boards are assembled.
This video animation takes a look at a different model for how our solar system moves through space…the Helical Model. Whether you agree or disagree it does make for interesting watching…
It would be easy to assume that the awesome deep space images NASA has been sharing with us for years are simply beamed down from various satellites and space craft before being revealed to the public, but the actual process ...
If you love the idea of creating your own instant miniature batch of snow and have the right conditions, then you will definitely want to see it in action with this video. And even if you happen to live in a warmer climate th...
You can find all of your favorite regular characters from six different series/versions of Star Trek in this awesome chart!
Whether you were enjoying free domestic calls via Gmail’s built-in phone function throughout 2012 or this is the first you’ve heard of the feature, you can take advantage of free calls throughout 2013.
Hobby boards like the Arduino beg to be built up into gaming systems; the Esplora branch of the Arduino project makes it even easier by including hardwired buttons, a joy stick, and other game-focused features right on the development board.
Perhaps you should choose a more laptop friendly route to work next time! Now about that data retrieval…
Evidence that 3D printing techniques are maturing in their capabilities: working 3D records. This interesting tutorial takes a look at how you can produce a serviceable LP with a 3D printer.
Sci Fi, City [Wallpaper Abyss]
Everyone needs a hard-drive with lots of extra space like this!
Combine an ultra-slow motion camera, a flaming pan of a gasoline, and a blatant disregard for personal safety, and you’ve got the makings of an awesome slow-motion video.
Where will you travel on the Internet today?
If Santa brought you a Raspberry Pi this Christmas, this handy list of tips for new Pi owners will help get you started.
We have a triple-treat today for those of you who prefer to have the year printed on your New Year’s wallpapers. Welcome to 2013!
Whether it is teaching bumbling crooks a lesson, fighting with those pesky Christmas lights, cats climbing the Christmas tree, and more we have a baker’s dozen of awesome video treats for your viewing pleasure today.
Once upon a Christmas holiday long, long ago, we find the original Craigslist and a very confused Santa.
If you’re in the mood for a little Christmas Day rock spectacular with guitar riffs and jets of fire–and we certainly are–this video is not to be missed.
From the website: A comprehensive and extensive chart of the Batman logo evolution, spanning over 72 years from 1940 – 2012 to map the transformation of a timeless hero.