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:
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?
Google's latest project is called Sunroof. It uses information in Google Maps to figure out how much sun falls on a roof and takes that into account of things like angle, weather, and obstructions to figure out how many panels you need to save how much on electeric bill. Check out the video below:
What if you could replace one of your fingers with a USB drive? Would you do it? This one guy may have lost a finger, but he's not letting that get him down. In fact, he modified it to become a USB drive. Genius? Check it out below:
Well, the nerf gun sure got a whole lot more badass. And dangerous? We're not so sure just yet, but if something like that can fire balls up to 70mph, we're assuming it can be dangerous on some level. Still, watching this will make you wish you were a kid again.
The folks from Gray Design has an idea for a megayacht. And it is a 229-foot one. It is jam packed with extreme luxury, and even comes with garage - because the rich like to drive their own cars elsewhere. And like any other luxury yacht, it comes with a helipad. Standard stuff, right? Check it out in the pictures below:
Want to feel safe and not worry about people mugging you for your belongings? Then carry a Nokia with you. We're talking old school Nokia phones. The ones that have anything but smart in them. Check out this comedic sketch below:
What if there were wearable technology to prevent people from lying? This one concept is surely quite a cool one, though, we doubt anyone would ever want to take it up. The reason is that it involves the dress turning transparent if one is caught lying.
Will the new iPhone 6s be able to bend, still? It'll most likely be launched in September, and while there's not much cosmetic change to it, many are questioning if it will be able to withstand the bend-test in your pocket. What do you think? Will it bend?
Here's a compilation of some extremely rare and unique watches with beautiful faces and mechanisms that you don't usually get to see. They don't make a lot of them, and they're usually available in limited quantities, for obvious reasons. There's just too much detail going on in their faces. Check it out below:
Okay, so the hoverboard is here. Somewhat. It's real, but it will only work if you're using it in a custom-built skatepark. You see, it's got a ton of embedded magnets. Otherwise the whole thing won't be able to work. Nevertheless, a very interesting piece of tech. How will this apply to cars in the future we wonder? No more tires?
iOS 9 won't be out so soon just yet, but that's not stopping this prankster from making people believe that they're looking at the latest operating system from Apple. In fact, it looks quite believable. What do you think? Check it out below:
Looking to build your own Iron Man arc reactor to wear under your shirt every other day? Now's your chance. You don't need billions. All you need is to follow the instructions in this video below. Check it out:
Cinefix is back with yet another top 10 list, this time, they focus on the most beautifully animated movies of all time. From The Lion King to The Lego Movie, check out the list below. Although, I feel like they should have included stuff from Hayao Miyazaki.
This guy is something like a budget-Tony Stark. He doesn't have access to the kind of sci-fi tech Stark has, but he does have access to LEGO. And this is almost super amazing because he actually built his own remote-controlled robot exoskeleton using LEGO. Impressive!