This is The Evolution of The iPhone in a One GIF

The iPhone has went through a few design changes, but only experienced a drastic change this year. This new GIF from GadgetLove shows how it has changed over the years.

Check it out:

Japanese Guys Test iPhone 6's Optical Image Stabilization With a Vibrator [VIDEO]

Here's an interesting way to test the iPhone 6's optical image stabilization: these guys are using a vibrator. They attach the phone to one and start taking pictures. What will the results be like?

They tape everything together.

Sennheiser's New Headphones Ad Shows Just How Much They Love Your Ears [VIDEO]

Sennheiser prides themselves in making really good headphones. So much that their latest ad shows how much they love your ears. It's incredible!

From caressing.

To a ear spa.

Lots of love.

Sony's Xperia Marketing at Tokyo Game Show is Working

Sony is pushing mobile gaming in Japan, and they are using its own smartphone line to show that mobile and console gaming doesn't need to be separate entities. They attended the Tokyo Game Show with some interesting ideas.

Fun Facts About Your Brains You Probably Didn't Know [VIDEO]

The brain is a fascinating thing. There's just so much of it we are yet to understand, but thankfully, we at least understand a good portion of it. Here are some interesting facts about your brains.

Did you know it has a similar texture to tofu?

Which Is Better, Paper Towels Or Hand Dryers?

Which is better for drying your hands? Paper towels or hand dryers? Asap Science explains that paper towels have the upper hand for cleaning bacteria off our hands. But dryers, are actually better for the environment.

HeroRAT Detects Land Mines [VIDEO]

"HeroRATs" are rats, trained to sniff out mines in Mozambique and other mine-affected countries. How they are trained to do so is simply incredible.

It's also worth mentioning that they are quite huge.

Now You Can Use Laser Light To Clean Things [VIDEO]

Here's an interesting development in tech. Laser cleaning. It actually removes rubber residue. This is all done without the use of any chemicals at all. In fact, it just uses laser light. Watch the video for an explanation:

MIT's New Robot Cheetah Jumps, Runs Around Without a Leash Too [VIDEO]

The advancements in robotics is getting serious. Now, MIT's robot cheetah can chase you down, while it runs on its own power. Also, it can jump, so don't think walls or fences will stop it. Watch the video below:

This Is The World's Greatest Car Cup Holder [VIDEO]

Want your beverage to stay in place while you navigate your way through a busy road? Car cup holders are great, but its biggest enemy: lousy drivers.

Maksim Ghyvoronsky invented an aftermarket set of cup holders that tilts and rolls along with the motion of your vehicle.

The Evolution of Humans In One Quick and Funny Animation [VIDEO]

Here's a history of our evolution. ADHD made this animation showing how we went from one point to the other and to how we got here today. Pretty cute actually!

From discovering fire.

To building the wheel.

This Kid Knows His Science

He did get it right. [TO]

Samsung Trolls The iPhone 6 Plus in a New Ad For Galaxy Note 4 [VIDEO]

Samsung trolls Apple's iPhone 6 Plus in a new Galaxy Note 4 ad, and jabs it at every chance they get. The ad is pretty good too. Check it out below.

From Apple realizing they have to make bigger phones now.

"Java 4-Ever" Is The Romantic Movie For Programmers That Love Java [VIDEO]

Even programmers deserve a love story of their own. Here's "Java-4-Ever", and it is a romantic movie for programmers that love Java. They quarrel on .Net and Java. Which is better?

How romantic can it get?

Hack Your Brain's Default Mode With Meditation [VIDEO]

What is the science behind meditation? How do we unlock the potential of our brains? Here's Dan Harris explaining the neuroscience behind meditation and why we all need to start doing it.

The Reason We Enjoy Repetition in Songs, According to Science [VIDEO]

Why do we love the choruses in songs? Is there a reason to it? Music professor Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis explains that it is actually our brains that are hard-wired to enjoy them.

How many times does the chorus repeat in your favorite song? How many times have you listened to that chorus? Repetition in music isn’t just a feature of Western pop songs, either; it’s a global phenomenon. Why? Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis walks us through the basic principles of the ‘exposure effect,’ detailing how repetition invites us into music as active participants, rather than passive listeners.

Appreciate The Apple Watch in 12 Beautiful GIFs

Didn't get enough of the Apple Watch? Here's a really good look at it, in GIFs! Explore the watch in just about every angle you can imagine. Check it out below:

1. Different colors, different straps.

Are Coincidences, Really Coincidences? This Video Explains It

Vsauce tackles the idea of spooky coincidences, like how you hear your name when no one is talking and why is it so easy for us to find hidden messages. Check out the video after the jump:

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