KeySmart's latest is for anyone who finds the traditional key ring too bulky and cumbersome. It utilizes a Swiss Army-style design which each key can be tucked in for a slim profile and flipped out when needed.
Here's an important invention we should all take note off: microwavable spray cake batter. Two college students invented the easiest and most effortless way to bake. All you have to do is spray the batter out of the cake into a dish and cook. Or microwave it. Brilliant:
Playing an instrument requires some skills, but it also does a lot to your brain. Anita Collins goes on to explain what happens in musicians' brains when they play and examines some of the long-term positive effects of the mental workout. Watch it in the video below:
The fight against HIV is progressing. We're slowly getting close to beating it. The Temple University School of Medicine used a DNA snipping enzyme called Cas9 to cut out the virus. This is the first attempt to remove the HIV-1 virus from human cells and it was successful.
Penis size has always been a topic for men, with them thinking that the larger and longer the better. This ASAP science video uncovers everything you need to know about your member, and how size actually affects things, though, not every opposite member of the sex cares about it. Check it out:
Steve Jobs got fired in the 80s, and a strange thing happened at Apple when he was not around. They decided to make the gadgets everyone thought was cool, they would have to make matching clothing too. In 1986, they released what was called "The Apple Collection".
Technologies have come and gone throught the last 100 years, even ones that are reliable, and widely used. Has Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) reached that point? Is MPLS heading down the same path as all these other technologies? MPLS may not be on its deathbed yet, but it is facing some heavy competition from its competition. Some industry leaders are suggesting that within five years, a good portion of MPLS traffic will have moved to alternative systems.
It's hard to decide which phone to get if you're in the market for a new one. There's just too many to choose from these days. If you take a step back and look at them from a different point of view, you'll realize they're all pretty much similar. How about choosing something with the most practical protection: a waterproof phone.
New research is suggesting that where your date is looking can indicate whether they are assessing you as a romantic partner. Or if they are just looking for a fun time in the sack.
The new study was published in Psychological Science, and it tracked participants' eye movements when shown non-erotic images of attractive people of the opposite sex. They found that there are visual patterns that concentrate on a stranger's face if the viewer saw the person as a potential romantic partner.
It is difficult to keep folding paper in half. The reason for that: there's no paper big enough. The hypothetical though: if you fold paper 103 times, the thickness of it will be larger than the observable universe - which is 93 billion light years.
Jibo is the world's first family robot. It will be a constant part of your life and will take care of all things digital for you. Check out the crowd-funding page at MyJibo.com and watch the video after the jump:
The rule of thumb when shooting a video on your smartphone is to never shoot it in vertically. Portrait orientation makes terrible videos. Dan Toth, however, reimagined the vertical video and made it amazing.