Google is 17-years-old. And they've come a long way already, and they've also changed their logo multiple times. They've also changed their logo again. But did you even notice? Watch the evolution of Google in the video below:
You were busy thinking about your love life when you were 17. But Joe Landolina developed a compound that saves lives, and he did it all from algae. The gel would stop bleeding in just seconds. What were you doing at 17? Check out the video below:
Tyrant at work. Genius and visionary. Inspiring. He's all that. Including, being the God of presentations. Here's how people went crazy when he demonstrated how Wi-Fi works back in 1999. There's something you can learn for sure.
Who doesn't love being tall? You look good in clothes, you get to command presence, and you're almost instantly more attractive than shorter people. But every inch above 5 ft takes 1.3 years off your life. Here's why being too tall, isn't too good after all.
It rolls, it auto reconnects, it has a built-in stand, types with ease like a laptop keyboard, and has dual pairing. Most of all, it rolls and fits into a bag. LG's new wireless keyboard looks like a device worth investing in, if you're still using a tablet to do your work on that is.
Vibram shocked the world by bringing forth their Five Fingers shoes that felt as if we weren't wearing any to begin with. Now, they're using a traditional Japanese method of wrapping cloth to revolutionize the way people wear and fit into their shoes.
This is a research project from Microsoft that turns ordinary mobile phones into 3D scanners. It doesn't require any additional hardware, and it results in 3D scans that are detailed enough for 3D printing or for use in augmented-reality games. Watch the amazing demo in the video below:
One of the mysteries about black holes is just how is it possible to know anything from inside since it is impossible to escape it once you're in it. But Hawking says that he has now discovered how information is returned from black holes. Watch the interesting video below. Perhaps that's why Interstellar makes sense now?
Earth isn't just beautiful in the day. It's even more stunning in the night! Here's the evidence, as provided by NASA. This is a gallery of some incredibly beautiful night time shots of Earth. They look so alien and so unreal, but this is where we're living!
Talk about waterproof. This hydrophobic coating is impressive. So much that it will pretty much repel any kind of liquid you can imagine. Even the demo for it is incredible. Watch it in the video below:
Smartwatches are going to be more useful in the future. And Google's Android Wear just made it better. The company announced that it's bringing Google Translate to Android Wear watches. Now you can converse with anyone in any language.
There are times when you need to buy a second hand or used phone. For instance, if you have recently set up a small business and wish to equip your sales staff with cell phones so that they can market products or services on the go, you will come across a question as to which phones company should be buying?
Will it bend? Everything bends, if you put the right amount of pressure on it. Here's another bend test proving the only way to not have your phone bend like crazy is to use Wolverine's adamantium to manufacture them phones. LOL? Check it out below:
Wearable tech is coming to fashion and here it is. A jeans that will charge your phone. Is it safe, we wonder? Still, it's a stroke of genius, since, battery life is something everyone struggles with these days. Will you wear them?
Can't understand your router? Don't know how to work the Wi-Fi? Google has just taken all that complexity out of it for you and they're here with something that's incredibly easy. OnHub, a new router from Google, built for all the ways you Wi-Fi. Check out the video below:
Ever wondered why there were so few games that came in default in Windows and they were always Solitaire, Minesweeper, Hearts, and FreeCell? Turns out, those games were designed for a purpose greater than passing the time.