Mark Zuckerberg was in a Q&A episode and was asked quite a lot of questions. One of the questions was just how many hours he actually works a week and what he actually does for work. Questions also came from billionaire Sir Richard Branson and pop-star Shakira. Check it out:
Teenagers today, as you know, are doing some pretty amazing stuff that will make you wonder if you wasted your childhood doing nothing. 18-year-old Kai Kloepfer thinks he may have invented the world's safest gun. He could be right.
Why does your soda or beer can look the way it does? There's actually a very good engineering explanation for this. The University of Illnois' Bill Hammack aka The Engineer Guy explains all of this in this video below:
Ever had a burning question like 'do fish drink water?' The question gets answered in this Sci Show video, and they even go as far as to show whether or not they do, and explain the difference between some fish, because some do need to while others don't. Watch the video below:
Currently relying on the less than effective contraceptive method of prayer? Or pulling out? Technology is here to save us all from mistakes we don't want to deal with in ugly ways so this is a pretty good reason to wear a condom. This condom, is so high tech, it will make sexy time more enjoyable it seems.
John Oliver had a long conversation with Edward Snowden, which then took a turn to Oliver asking Snowden on some password advice. Basically, according to Snowden, anything that is 8 characters or less is crackable in seconds. So the best is to come up with something a little harder, but easy enough to remember.
Nikon has released a selfie stick, but it's not for smartphones. Instead, it's for its line of Coolpix digital cameras. It extends up to almost 30 inches and has the ability to hold a digital camera up to 0.88 lbs in weight.
This is definitely an unorthodox way to learn how to code. It may or may not work, but one thing's for sure: it makes programming a lot more fun. And this is definitely not for kids. Check it out below:
Throughout our years of education and schooling we have been taught many skills and learning strategies, some of which are rather specialized in the form of reading. Reading has been the one consistent factor in most of our school experiences. Whether you’ve just graduated from high school or completing a PhD, it is always present and required.
If I could have a robot, I'd opt for TARS from Interstellar. It's not flashy or anything. It's just the perfect kind of robot companion you'd like to have. Designer Ian Heath has created the perfect replica. Check it out!
Technology is so entrenched in our lives that we rely and depend on it every waking moment of our lives. While it exists to make our lives easier, simpler, some might say our dependence on it is on a dangerous level. We don't interact like we do anymore, and we forget how wonderful it is to have real human interaction. Check out the video below:
Everyone knows you can't upload Instagram photos from your computer, or at least, that's what they thought. A 17-year-old guy created an app called Uploader for Instagram which allows users to do just that.
You are looking at one of the most advanced headgear for a fighter jet - the F-35 Lightning II. The helmet lets pilots see through the plane itself and uses a set of six infrared cameras located throughout the fighter jet. which would give many more views of the outside world.
Sesame Street is no stranger to celebrities. Many have come on the show to perform some nursery rhyme of sort. Ed Sheeran is the latest star on the show and he's enlisted Abby, Cookie Monster, Elmo, Grover and Murray to help him teach kids the different ways to behave at school and home.
Why bother having a selfie stick if it is not stylish at all? Motorola has a new one and damn it's good looking. Seriously. Good looking. This may be an April Fools joke, but let's hope they really make it.
I don't even have a motorcycle license to begin with but I really want this TRON motorbike. This replica was built for the Andrews Collection and is currently being sold at an auction. The TRON bike has a 96 volt direct drive electric motor, actual suspension and hydraulic brakes.
Good apps will try to mimic the real-life experience as close as possible. Slotomania gets this right by doing a good job in recreating the experience of playing a slot machine. It's close representation to real-life is accompanied by bright and colorful graphics and fun tunes each time you spin the machine.