Made by Imgur user doomhandle, he spent the past year building an impressive 70 lbs Imperial Star Destroyer Tyrant. It's incredible not just from the outside but inside too!
The massive Destroyer is made up an estimated 25,000 pieces and is over 56 inches long. It comes apart to reveal 3 different levels as well as a hangar bay, which holds two TIE Interceptors, a Sentinel-class shuttle, and four probe droids.
You probably don't have a lot of time when you're home, if you are a parent. The kids will occupy most of it. Samsung's latest app is called Bedtime VR stories. It sounds like the future problem we never knew we were going to have when raising kids.
Today there are so many mobile phones to choose from, and it can cause some discussion when choosing your favourite. The five phones listed below are some of those that could make your top five list, and if not, they are well worth checking out.
After what can only be called a bad week with sales showing a 13% fall during the last quarter, things have appeared to have got even worse for Apple as the first detailed designs for the iPhone 7 range have appeared to have been leaked online.
Let’s imagine you are running your business. As a young entrepreneur, you will face a lot of lettering and communication through emails. In the beginning, it would be alright to use plain email signatures – just your name with your position inserted in a form of text.
Following Mobile World Congress in Barcelona came two awesome new flagship phones, the LG G5 and the Samsung Galaxy S7. However, amongst the best of the bunch due the February trade show was the curved variant of the Korean manufacturer’s Galaxy line. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is almost certainly the most beautiful phone on the market right now. So, naturally, we’ve checked it out. Here are our thoughts!
Astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner are building miniature sized robots the size of a smartphone and sending them to Alpha Centauri - 4.37 light years away. “For the first time in human history we can do more than just gaze at the stars. We can actually reach them.”