Researchers at MIT have created the Cheetah 2 robot. Basically it's a mechanical nightmare that runs, and even jumps over hurdles, and might possibly include a feature of a mouth, claws and sharp teeth in the future. Who knows?
This text message has been going around and it can apparently crash your iPhone. We're not sure if it really works because we've not actually tried it out on anyone just yet, but that doesn't mean you should either.
Cortana is making her way into Android and iOS too because it doesn't want to be contained in just Windows' ecosystem. Which is a smart thing for Microsoft to do. Very smart. Check out a video of it below:
Machines are clearly not ready to drive us around just yet if this one example is proof of that. A recent test for a self-parking car in the Dominican Republic went horribly wrong because the car suddenly decided that it hates humans.
Who knew iPhones could survive trips down to the ocean floor? Gregory Papadin was vacationing in Menorca, Spain, when he dropped his iPhone into the ocean. After retrieving it, he discovered it recorded the entire two-minute drop to the bottom of the ocean floor.
This is KFC's Tray Typer Keyboard. It's only available in Germany for now, but it's a pretty genius product. It lets you keep your fingers clickin' good, basically solving a first world problem of letting you text with sticky fingers while you enjoy your food without getting your real smartphone screen dirty.
Believe it or not but a lot of us don't really make calls anymore. We do call, but it's not very often. There's more messaging then there is talk time. So with that in mind, shouldn't the next iPhone be without the phone app?
Is this even safe at all? Colin Furze is famous online for his outrageous hacks and inventions and his latest project involves taking the common go-kart and turning it into a jet-kart! Basically, he added two jet engines on the kart. Watch him take a go at it:
Streamed TV has exploded in popularity. What was once a peripheral competitor for a market largely shared by satellite and cable is fast becoming a major player, and shows every sign of continuing to gain ground on other platforms. Internet options tend to be more flexible, not to mention cheaper, making them excellent options for anyone interested in a narrower range of content than the hundreds of channels that traditional providers give.
Thinking of getting a drone? How about one that will just fly on its own? You don't have to control it. In fact, you can even just throw it in the air, and it'll start flying. Plus, it'll start following you around too. This is the next POV for GoPro cameras we're sure.
Good actors and a nice storyline isn't enough to make a movie great. You need effects. And one of them is sound. The effects on Star Wars are so iconic that you can immediately recognize them upon hearing them. Check it out below:
Home entertainment doesn’t have to come at sky high prices. Here’s how to improve your home entertainment possibilities on a budget.
Combine TV, Internet and Phone BillsThere’s no economic sense in paying for separate television, internet, and phone services. In fact, you can end up paying twice as much in bills compared to if you combined all three services into one package.
Medical tech is getting more advanced and we could soon be seeing something new being introduced: tiny robots to perform surgery. The video below shows off a demonstration of some stitching being done on a wounded grape.